Cookbooks: The New Wine Country Cookbook: Recipes from California’s Central Coast
The New Wine Country Cookbook: Recipes from California’s Central Coast by Brigit Binns
This beautiful book whisks readers back to a lyrical time when California was a simpler place?? before it overflowed with too many people seeking Paradise?? to a fertile region nestled between Monterey and Santa Barbara.
Using ingredients indigenous to California’s Central Coast, like citrus, pomegranates, artichokes, king salmon and various shellfish, Binns creates delicious dishes for all palates. She calls on local winemakers to help pair her dishes with the perfect wines.
The New Wine Country Cookbook features more than 100 luscious landscapes and mouthwatering food photographs, plus 25 intimate profiles of local food artisans and family wineries interspersed throughout, this sunkissed cookbook radiates my radiant friend’s passion for the region, giving readers a whole new perspective on the fastest-growing wine region in California.
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