Cooking with Love (Paperback)
Comfort Food that Hugs You
Atria Books, 9781451662207, 336pp.
Publication Date: November 12, 2013
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Carla Hall first won the hearts of fans nationwide on Bravo’s Top Chef, then won Fan Favorite on Top Chef All-Stars. In Cooking With Love, she serves up more than 100 fantastic recipes for food that hugs you. With her signature tasty twists on tried-and-true classics, comfort food never tasted so good!
From Down-Home Deviled Eggs with Smoky Bacon to silky and light Spicy Carrot-Ginger Soup to the ultimate Chicken Pot Pie with buttery crust on the bottom to her Granny’s unforgettably luscious Five-Flavor Pound Cake, Carla’s flavorful recipes are so deeply satisfying, they’ll become family favorites in your kitchen.
For Carla, the only way to make truly comforting food is to cook it from the heart, and in Cooking with Love, she shows you that love with her tempting, inspiring recipes for all sorts of sumptuous dishes, displayed in beautiful full-color photographs. Carla also tells funny, poignant tales of her own life cooking with family, friends, and fellow chefs.
About the Author
Genevieve Ko is coauthor of Home Cooking with Jean-Georges and senior food editor at Good Housekeeping.
Praise For Cooking with Love: Comfort Food that Hugs You…
— Daphne Oz
“Carla Hall knocks it out of the park with her first book, all about love, tradition, family, flavor and style, and flavor again. Her true natural ability to make things delicious is all over every single recipe. I love working with Carla on “The Chew” every day and simply get jiggy every time we get to taste her magic on set. With this sweet tome in the home kitchen anyone can make thoughtful tasty food with real style.”
— Mario Batali
“As a cook who enjoys kitchen experiments, I love Carla’s stories of how she develops her delicious dishes, tinkering with flavor combinations until she gets them just right. And they really are just right. And what a range: her rustic mushroom tart is great and Granny’s five-flavor pound cake is worth the price of the book.”
— Jennifer Reese