Cindy Pawlcyn's Appetizers

By Cindy Pawlcyn
(Ten Speed Press, Spiral, 9781580089791, 104pp.)

Publication Date: March 2009

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Description
Cindy Pawlcyn's favorite small plates--appetizers, soups, salads, and snacks--collected from her previously published books, with 10 new recipes from her restaurants.
Cindy Pawlcyn's legions of fans have long made meals of her restaurants' sampler-size starters. Bringing home the biggest trend in eating out, CINDY PAWLCYN'S APPETIZERS offers a tempting collection of recipes designed to satisfy big appetites as well as grazers--from Grilled Oysters to Gougeres and Pepper Garlic Wings to Mustards' Famous Onion Rings. Mouthwatering photographs of finished dishes and sun-kissed wine country ingredients and a kitchen-friendly easel format make this portable Pawlcyn an appealing gift package."Chef Cindy Pawlcyn is a trailblazer in our industry. Her talent and energy have helped shape the culinary landscape in the Napa Valley as we know it today." --Thomas Keller"Cindy's cooking is a source of pure joy--delicious, regional, creative, reflecting her warm, happy personality." --Margrit Mondavi
Reviews"This guide to apps before entrees is a feast for the eyes--we almost licked the page with the Duck, Olive and Fig Skewers. But it's also mighty handy, printed with a page-at-a-time spiral binder that stands upright while you cook. (Cue the deep-rooted regret at not having thought of it first.)"--Tampa Tribune "A great little collection of appetizer recipes, from simple to sophisticated, and printed in a handy, foldable binding that allows the book to stand on its own on the countertop."--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.



About the Author
Pawlcyn was born and raised in the midwest, where she began cooking professionally while still in high school. After earning her restaurant management degree from the University of Wisconsin, she studied in Paris at LaVarenne and Le Cordon Bleu. In 1983, she moved to Napa Valley and opened Mustards, her first of a dozen restaurants. She has since been nominated twice for the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef: California.
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