Books by Aliza Green

Fun, Easy and Delicious--Making Artisan Pasta

Making Artisan Pasta

by Aliza Green, Steve Legato, Cesare Casella

 

Field Guide to Produce

Field Guide to Produce

by Aliza Green

 

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The Butcher's Apprentice

by Aliza Green, Steve Legato

 

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Field Guide to Seafood

by Aliza Green

 

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Field Guide to Meat

by Aliza Green

 

Le Bec-Fin Recipes

Georges Perrier Le Bec-Fin Recipes

by Georges Perrier, Aliza Green

 

Starting with Ingredients

Starting with Ingredients

by Aliza Green

 

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The Magic of Spice Blends

by Aliza Green

 

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The Soupmaker's Kitchen

by Aliza Green, Steve Legato

 

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Starting with Ingredients

By alizagreen | September 25, 2006

(Running Press) by Aliza Green The revolutionary approach of Starting with Ingredients will transform the way we shop, prepare, cook, and even think about food. Each chapter focuses on a single ingredient. The accompanying recipes in Chef Aliza Green’s culinary tour de force demonstrate the broad range of possibilities for each ingredient, utilizing a variety…

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Field Guide to Herbs & Spices

By alizagreen | January 9, 2006

(Quirk Books) by Aliza Green Herbs and spices make everything taste better—but can you tell your thyme from your sage? Do you know the difference between dill and rosemary? Where can you find hyssop or rose geranium? Field Guide to Herbs & Spices is here to help. With color photographs of more than 200 different…

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Field Guide to Meat

By alizagreen | March 2, 2005

(Quirk Books) by Aliza Green What’s the difference between pork sirloin and pork tenderloin? Are Spanish chorizo and Mexican chorizo the same thing? Do quail and pheasant really taste just like chicken? Whether you’re a casual griller or a haute foodie, you need the latest volume in our popular Field Guide series – Field Guide…

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Beans

By alizagreen | September 8, 2004

BEANS (Running Press) by Aliza Green Now you can master the art and joy of bean cookery with this definitive guide to identifying, selecting, prepping, and cooking a wide range of fresh and dried beans. Aliza Grean has created a virtual renaissance in bean cuisine, where cooks can discover the variety of dishes that can…

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Field Guide to Produce

By alizagreen | March 18, 2004

(Quirk Books) by Aliza Green Produce: It’s not just apples and oranges anymore. Today’s supermarket shelves are stocked with strange, exotic, and delightful items such as quince, jicama, kumquats, amaranth, yuzus, and wing beans. But you don’t need a degree in botany to make sense of it all — just carry along Field Guide to…

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¡Ceviche!

By alizagreen | October 17, 2001

(Running Press) by Guillermo Pernot with Aliza Green This James Beard Award-winning cookbook boldly expands the traditional recipe for ceviche in 48 variations to encompass a world of flavors. Guillermo Pernot’s signature recipes from his Philadelphia restaurant, ¡Pasión!, are a fusion of Latin American and Asian cuisines. Divided between ceviches made with fresh seafood and…

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The Bean Bible

By alizagreen | June 7, 2000

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Georges Perrier Le Bec-Fin Recipes

By alizagreen | September 1, 1997

(Running Press) by Georges Perrier, Aliza Green (Contributor) Philadelphia’s Le Bec-Fin restaurant consistently garners top ratings in national rankings. Now, in answer to patron demand, the famous chef at last reveals his secrets for making such favorite dishes as Braid of Salmon and Sole with Spinach Pasta, Fanned Loin of Lamb with Curry and Zucchini…

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