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Have a wonderful holiday. But now I have new books on my list. Great post! This has definitely expanded my Christmas wish-list! My mom already ordered your book. I really hope you can help me :. I began with Nurenberger Gluwhein instead of plain red wine. The consistency of the sorbet is perfect. And I got that recipe from the American Heart Association website! Bon appetite and let us know how your restaurant visit goes.

I have a few but now my amazon wishlist has more options for my family to look through. I lived near the Meadow and would stop by just to smell it sometimes. We used his maple sugar smoked salt as our wedding favor this summer. Just to say for all readers interested in Parisian macarons Leslie et al , the book will be distributed in the US ie Amazon after Christmas. Thanks for reposting the link to Supernatural Cooking—looks great!

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David — thanks for listing your favorite cookbooks. We wonder what your thoughts might be on this book, written by Dr. David, This is a great lists of cookbooks. The tips and stories were fun to read and I felt you really described the Paris I just left. It was our first trip Paris but not our last. Happy Holidays to you. Cheers, Jason. Thanks for this David. Thank you for this list! I have been eagerly anticipating it and am intrigued by your choices.

I would appreciate your input. Thank you and all of your posts. Coconut is my favorite! Now the coconut cookbook is on my list to Santa and I think I might have to add the Irish cookbook to my list as well. As always, your blog is delightful. Happy Holidays. Amazing list! Prunes was one of them and it was truly phenomenal! A lovely selection of books here, thanks David. A few of which I already have and a lot of which I desperately desire!!

Let me know how the Rosemary Cornmeal Crisps work out for you. I got a new ice cream maker for Chanukkah and you can guess whose recipes will be going into it. You are the sweetest of the sweet! Nice list! Now I have to find enough people that can buy those books as Christmas presents for me. David- I eagerly anticipate your blog postings and really enjoy your sense of humor. Thanks for this fabulous list of books. Thanks for all your entertaining writing and best of everything in Because of the quantity of questions people have about making macarons, time does not permit me to troubleshoot various recipes from elsewhere.

But I compiled a comprehensive list of recipes and troubleshooting advice at Making French Macarons which folks should find helpful.


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Teddy: There were tons of books that came out this year and these were the ones I used or referred to on the site. Although I did make a recipe from the Alinea book once. Do you have it? I bought one for my instructor at college and he nearly fainted and the weight of it. I really enjoying reading your cookbook posts — I remember upon reading your list for I bought several of the ones listed e.

Really fantastic list. Plenty is next on my list of books for myself. Thanks for the recommendations! I ended up buying Tartine for my father for christmas; he has been struggling with rustic breads as of late. I think the explicit detail in Tartine will help him through his troubles.

It is nice to know all of this. I am really desperate to learn how to cook and I will definitely try to buy some of the books you have recommended. I always love cooking buy just the simple menus and this year I will try to move forward and impressed my husband more when it comes to my cooking. Favorite Cookbooks of 84 comments - Never miss a post! Get posts and recipes. Get my monthly newsletter. You might also like My Favorite Cookbooks of Favorite Cookbooks of Kerrin MyKugelhopf.

Hels Bells. Brenna [fabuleuxdestin]. These all look so good! I was going to buy myself a new cookbook for xmas. Thanks for the recs! Boulder Locavore. Wow, my holiday wish list just got a LOT longer. Epic list! There are a lot of books here that I have been meaning to get. Dime Store Foodie. Maggie M. Tanja Postmodern Hostess. Linda B. New York Expat in Japan. Claudia Haas. Leslie Bonner. Brian A Thought For Food. And, of course, your cookbook is a delight. Not sure what we would do without you! Tonya What's On My Plate. S Lloyd. Lori RecipeGirl. I really enjoyed your reviews, and or two new ones onto my wishlist.

How wonderful to be cooked dinner by Rachel Allen. Nathalie spacedlaw - spacedlawyer. Hannah Bake Five. Mel Kettle. Love it. Nancy acommunaltable. Liz Butter and Onions. Thanks David! You just made Christmas shopping a whole lot easier! Helena — I think Bakewise by Shirley Corriher might be just what you are looking for. David: thanks for your quick reply. Misty in Utah. Jessica G. Jones County, p. Volleyball: The Lady Buffs lost to Philip, , on game scores of , and Warner, 7 p. Lyman, p. Timber Lake, p. Cross country: Saturday, at Gettysburg invitational, 10 a. Morris Hofer went 72 yards for a score, Nick Wittler ran in a touchdown, Wittler passed to Hofer for a yard TD play, Wittler connected with Grant Johnson on a yard TD play, and Wittler passed to Hofer for another score, and that all made it after Hofer went 68 yards for a TD on the ground.

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Episode notes : This was a grilling-themed episode. The ovens were turned off and the stovetops were outfitted with grill pans and griddles. While Chopped normally obscures brand names, the meat sauce in the entree basket was A1 Steak Sauce , a product of a Chopped sponsor. Episode notes : The theme of this episode was potatoes, which were featured in two forms in every basket. Chef Chatman is a line cook for Chopped judge Alex Guarneschelli. Episode notes : This was a home cook, team competition: four fathers paired up with their adult children. The teams were given 30 minutes in the appetizer round instead of Episode notes : While Chopped normally obscures brand names, the pomegranate juice in the appetizer round was POM Wonderful , a product of a Chopped sponsor.

Episode notes : The theme of this episode was backyard barbecuing. The classic burger fixings in the second round contained onions, tomatoes, and lettuce. The watermelon grill in the third round was half a hollowed out watermelon with fruit skewers on top placed to resemble grill grates.

Episode notes : This episode had all female pastry chefs. They were required to bake something in each round. The chefs were given 30 minutes in the appetizer round and 45 minutes in the dessert round to showcase their pastry talents. Episode notes : This is part 1 of a 5-part tournament where Alton Brown picks the baskets with specific scientific, gastronomic techniques in mind. The theme of this episode is smoke and the contestants are required to infuse smoke into each dish.

A basket ingredient in the entree round the meatballs was smoked by Alton himself. Episode notes : This is part 2 of a 5-part tournament where Alton Brown picks the baskets with specific scientific, gastronomic techniques in mind. The theme of this episode is dehydration, with at least one dehydrated ingredient in each round. A basket ingredient in the entree round the beef jerky was made by Alton from brined, dehydrated flank steak. Episode notes : This is part 3 of a 5-part tournament where Alton Brown picks the baskets with specific scientific, gastronomic techniques in mind.

The theme of this episode is molecular gastronomy, with at least one modernist ingredient in each round. A basket ingredient in the entree round lamb rib roast was set aside on a separate table. It was cooked sous-vide inside an immersion circulator. Episode notes : This is part 4 of a 5-part tournament where Alton Brown picks the baskets with specific scientific, gastronomic techniques in mind.

A basket ingredient in the appetizer round champagne was initially unveiled as a champagne flute, and the chefs were treated to a small lesson from Alton on how fermentation of grapes results in alcohol. Episode notes : This is the final part of a 5-part tournament where Alton Brown picks the baskets with specific scientific, gastronomic techniques in mind. There is no specific theme for the finale. A basket ingredient in the dessert round sorbet was shown as created by Alton via a dry ice fire extinguisher and sorbet mixture combined in a food processor.

Episode notes : All the contestants competing were food truck owners. Chef Musselmani has also competed on the 15th season of Hell's Kitchen. In the appetizer round the "skull platter" was prosciutto arranged on a prop skull to look like skin. In the entree round, the "egg eyeballs" are poached eggs in a pan, the blood shots are decorative syringes filled with a red syrup, and the "gory brain" is a glazed turkey meatloaf loaf shaped like a brain.

In the dessert round the "Halloween candy cake" was a chocolate cake decorated with various Halloween candies. The "freaky brie" was a brie cheese wheel wrapped in puff pastry strips to look like a mummy face. Episode notes : This was a competition revolving around the use of spices in every dish. Episode notes : Mediterranean ingredients were featured in each basket.

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Both guest judges, Einat and Michael, were past Chopped winners. Episode notes : Each basket contained a pie and the chefs were required to make a pie in every round. The chefs were given 30 minutes in the appetizer round and 45 minutes in both the entree and dessert round in order to properly cook their pies. Episode notes : This was a Thanksgiving themed episode. All four contestants were Chopped Champions returning to win money for their charity of choice.

By winning this episode, Chef Chapman becomes the first four-time Chopped champion. Episode notes : The theme of the baskets was "weird food". The babbouche in the appetizer round is a Moroccan snail dish. All four contestants were Chopped Grand Champions returning to win money for their charity of choice. The chefs were given 30 minutes in the appetizer round instead of the usual 20 to allow time to properly butcher and cook the goose breast. The veggie plate in the appetizer round mainly consisted of broccoli, cauliflower, and cherry tomatoes, arranged to look like a Christmas tree.

The festive pretzels in the dessert round were pretzel sticks dipped in green candy coating and sprinkled with silver nonpareils. With his victory in this episode, chef Greenberg is the first male Chopped champion to win four times, as well as the second overall winner to do so. Episode notes : Each basket contained a form of grits. Chef Chester-Tamayo cut herself in the last seconds of the appetizer round, leaving enough blood on her station and plates to deem her dish unsafe to eat. The judges allowed her to bring over her non-contaminated components from her station for them to taste after the other chefs granted her permission to do so.

Episode notes : The theme of the episode was cocktail food, with each contestant having to make small dishes suited for a cocktail party. They also had to prepare an alcoholic drink to pair with each dish. The rounds were extended by an extra 10 minutes to account for cocktail preparation 30 minutes in the first round and 40 minutes in the second and third rounds.

Episode notes : All the contestants were from New Orleans and the theme of the baskets centered around Mardi Gras. The 'moose ears' in the dessert round were pieces of fried, sugary dough drizzled with caramel sauce. Episode notes : Part 1 of a 5-part tournament.

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Each heat features chefs with a particular specialty, and their specialties would be the theme for their respective heat. In this episode, all four chefs are known for their expertise in frying and were required to fry something in every round. Unlike past frying episodes, there was an extra deep fryer in the kitchen instead of providing each chef a preheated pot of oil. Episode notes : Part 2 of a 5-part tournament. In this episode, all four contestants are known for their skill on the grill and were required to grill something in every round.

The stove tops were outfitted with grill sheets, but the chefs were permitted to use the ovens. Episode notes : Part 3 of a 5-part tournament. In this episode, all four competitors are known for their speed in the kitchen. Episode notes : Part 4 of a 5-part tournament. In this episode, all four contestants were pastry chefs who specialized in desserts and baking, and were required to bake something in every round.

The roasted head of cauliflower was topped with pomegranate seeds and mint. In the dessert round, Chef Gillet failed to bake anything in his dish. This led to his elimination. Episode notes : Final part of the gold medal tournament. Unlike the previous episodes, there's no set theme for the finale though different ingredients seem to represent the past four themes; something grilled, something fried, something baked etc. Episode notes : The theme of the episode is making chocolate desserts in every round; specifically candy in the first round, cake in the second, and ice cream in the third.

The first round was extended to 30 minutes, the second round was extended to 60 minutes, and the third round was the usual 30 minutes with an extra ice cream machine so each contestant could make ice cream easily in the allotted time. The love potion liquor in the third round was composed of white chocolate liqueur, vodka, pomegranate juice, and strawberries. The snack box in the entree round consisted of two eggs, cheese, apple slices, grapes, peanut butter, and bread.

Episode notes : The theme of the episode is at least one "epic", indulgent ingredient in every basket. Episode notes : The theme of this episode is pork in every basket. The pork chops in the first basket were given to the chefs as a whole rib roast. Episode notes : Every basket featured wild game in some form. Episode notes : Chef Bilotti has also competed on the 13 season of reality cooking competition Hell's Kitchen.

The leftover steak was bone-in strip steak cooked to rare. The veggie platter contained celery sticks, cherry tomatoes, and romanesco cauliflower. Episode notes : All basket ingredients in this episode featured southern ingredients. The fried chicken in the second round was Kentucky Fried Chicken , still in its bucket presumably marking it as a sponsor of the show because most name brand ingredients are usually obscured.


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Episode notes : This episode featured some form of seafood and meat "surf and turf" in every basket. Episode notes : Each basket had high-end, expensive ingredients. This was the first episode that touted Martha Stewart as a new Chopped judge though she has guest judged on Chopped Junior in the past. The high-roller bagel was topped with cream cheese, Riesling gelee, and gold leaf.

The Wagyu bacon cheeseburger was topped with lettuce and goose pate. The camel milk chocolate was provided by Martha Stewart from her trip to Dubai. Episode notes : The theme of this episode was doughnuts in every basket, and making doughnuts in the final round. The dough in the third round basket was made by Martha Stewart. Episode notes : This was a mushroom-centric competition with mushrooms found in every basket and a wide variety of mushrooms stocked in the pantry. The chefs had to feature mushrooms in every dish in addition to the basket ingredients.

Episode notes : All the contestants were firefighters. A second deep-fryer was provided in the appetizer round to help ensure all the chefs managed to cook the chicken wings. The cherries jubilee in the third round was presented in a pan and on fire, inside the basket, surprising the competitors. Episode notes : This episode had beach and sea-themed ingredients in each basket which means seafood as well as picnic-type items that people might take and eat at the beach. The sweet starfish in round 2 were rice crispy treats shaped like stars.

The rum runner in round 3 was a cocktail consisting of dark and light rums, pineapple juice, banana liqueur, and cranberry juice. Episode notes : The contestants were all children. Instead of the usual 20 minutes, the first round was extended to 30 minutes. In the third round, the kids were given miniature gumball machines filled with candy, and a roll of quarters to get the candy out.

Episode notes : The theme of the episode was Cuban ingredients in every basket with Cuban-born chefs participating. Episode notes : This was a Halloween themed episode with Halloween themed basket ingredients. In the first round: the "rat" meatballs were just regular meatballs with edible fake rat ears and eyes on it, the "mac o'lanterns" were orange bell peppers carved into jack o'lantern faces and filled with mac and cheese, and the eye-tini was a martini with a fake eyeball lychee with blueberry stuck in it. In the second round: the shrimp cocktail was served in chilled gelatin inside a prop head bust, and the loaded mashed potatoes had a spider web design piped on with sour cream.

In the third round: the "creepy crawlies" were dates cut to resemble bugs, and the meringue was in the shape of bones. Episode notes : This was the first of a five-part tournament, where sixteen past champions competed. In the appetizer round, Chef Johnson did not cook her smelt. The judges did not eat her dish as a result, citing the risks of parasites from freshwater fish. Episode notes : This was a Thanksgiving themed episode where three Chopped judges, and Ted Allen, were joined by their siblings to compete for their charities of choice.

Since Ted was competing, the judges took turns performing his hosting duties, and unveiling who got chopped each round Scott presented the first round, Tiffani presented the second round, and Chris presented the third round.

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Episode notes : This a Thanksgiving themed episode the second Thanksgiving episode that aired in , following "Thankful Siblings". The first round had 30 minutes to accommodate multiple side dishes, the second round was extended to 45 minutes to give enough time to butcher and cook the turkey, and the third round was 45 minutes to give enough time to bake a pie. The first chef eliminated had a donation made to No Kid Hungry in their honor.


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Episode notes : This was a holiday-themed episode where grandmothers competed, all of them working or having worked in the kitchen professionally. The first round was increased to 30 minutes instead of the usual 20 minutes. Episode notes : This episode featured runners-up from various multi-episode Chopped tournaments who didn't win their final rounds. Episode notes : The theme of this episode was making breakfast versions of each round's dish with at least one breakfast ingredient in each basket.

The round 1 "breakfast in bread" ingredient was eggs and bacon in a sourdough breadbowl. Though it was not mandatory, some contestants made cocktails to pair with their dishes. Episode notes : The theme of this episode was "good food that's good for you", meaning lighter and healthier ingredients in every basket and every dish. Episode notes : Each basket had seafood ingredients that are dangerous to obtain. In the dessert round, hammers were provided to help the chefs crack open the caltrops, and Ted warned the chefs that the caltrops were toxic if not cooked.

Episode notes : This was a team cook episode where the duos were young siblings. As with most other child-themed Chopped episodes, the first round was extended to 30 minutes. Episode notes : This was a special all-desserts episode with all pastry chefs. There was chocolate in every basket; the first round was dark chocolate, the second round was milk chocolate, and the third round was white chocolate. The first round was extended to 30 minutes. Chef Dan forgot an ingredient in both the second and third round, leading to him getting chopped. Episode notes : This episode had a German slant and a German judge by having every basket feature beer and bratwurst.

The "beer flight" in the second round consisted of two sour ales, an IPA, and a Scottish ale. Episode notes : All four chefs were female butchers. All rounds were entree rounds consisting of 45 minutes to allow enough time to butcher the proteins. The meat in each basket were pieces so large that they had to be grabbed from the pantry. The theme reflected that; they had to make pizza in every round. Round 1 was extended to 30 minutes to allow the chefs enough time to cook their pizzas. Episode notes : The theme of this episode was "budget baskets" with every round having low-cost ingredients.

Episode notes : The chefs were required to make pasta in every round. There was an entire counter in the pantry filled with various types of pastas that the chefs could use. Episode notes : The stuffed croissant in the second round was matcha tea flavored and stuffed with lemon curd. At the end of the second round, Darius discovered he cut himself, and as a result his dishes couldn't be tasted due to contamination. In the third round, Anna also cut herself but caught the injury in time. Episode notes : All of the basket ingredients were chosen by the fans via social media: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Episode notes : Different types of belly meat was featured in each basket. The chicken cocktail in round 2 contained gin, salt, pepper, and a raw chicken egg. The piggy dumpling in round 3 was a steamed bun that looked like a pig with edible nose, eyes, and ears and was filled with custard. All 4 chefs were men. Episode notes : The theme of this episode was brunch, with every basket containing ingredients associated with brunch. The boozy cereal in round 3 was cinnamon squares in a cup of cream and Caribbean rum.

Episode notes : The theme of this episode was bacon in the appetizer round, burger ingredients in the entree round, and beer in the dessert round. The gourmet burger blend was a blend of short rib, brisket, and flat iron. Episode notes : This was a cheese themed episode with cheese in every basket. The lemon soda in the first round was an Italian style "limonata" despite having the brand name obscured, it seemed to be San Pellegrino. The ants in the second round were dried and flavored with basil.

Episode notes : The theme of this episode was ice cream in every round, with the chefs having to make ice cream in the dessert round. The cheeseburger in round 1 had a fried ice cream ball as one of the toppings along with lettuce, cheese and tomato. Chef Brant forgot one of his ingredients which led to his elimination. A second ice cream machine was brought in for the dessert round. Episode notes : In the second round, "'o pere e 'o musso" is described by the judges as a Naples street food made of boiled pig snout and pig foot.

Episode notes : The baskets in this episode celebrated American summertime food. The patriotic eggs in round 1, the star spangled spaghetti in round 2, and the candy chocolates in round 3 were dyed red, white, and blue. Episode notes : This was a grilling episode where the ovens and the fryer could not be used. Episode notes : Every basket in this episode featured hot dogs and there were several different types of hot dogs in the pantry from venison sausage to cocktail weenies.

The "wieners in a quilt" in the third round were just hot dogs rolled in crescent dough. Episode notes : The beef cake in round 1 was cooked steak, skewered onto a cake prop, and covered in edible flowers. Episode notes : This episode focused on "epic burgers" with a pantry full of burger toppings and every basket containing a burger or burger ingredient. Episode notes : This is 1 of 2 special ' Brady Bunch ' themed episodes with basket ingredients inspired by Brady Bunch episodes and the s. Home cooks competed and were judged by 3 of the original 6 kids from 'The Brady Bunch' the other three judged next week's episode.

Episode notes : This is the 2nd special Brady Bunch episode. This time, the basket ingredients were inspired by the Brady Bunch Hawaiian episodes. Home cooks competed and were judged by 3 of the original 6 kids from 'The Brady Bunch' the other three having already judged the previous week's episode. The burnt beans in round 3 were French-style candy covered peanuts. Episode notes : The chefs were required to make melty, "ooey, gooey" cheese dishes, and there was cheese in every basket. Episode notes : The theme of this episode was weird ingredients in every basket.

The "unicorn barf" in round 3 was a colorful marshmallow treat. Chef Jen cut herself in the third round which slowed her down. The ingredients in every basket were inspired by horror films. The pea soup in round 1 was meant to evoke ' The Exorcist '. The "maggots" on the round 1 cupcakes were made of fondant. The fava beans and the chianti in round 2 was a reference to ' The Silence of the Lambs '. The "severed fingers" in round 2 were shortbread cookies shaped and colored to look like fingers.

The "eyeball dip" in round 3 was a scoop of sweetened cream cheese with a kiwi and blueberry iris and pupil in a pool of raspberry coulis. Episode notes : This is part 1 of a 5-part sweet focused tournament with a different dessert in every episode of the tournament. This episode centered around chocolate and the pantry was filled with various different chocolates and sweet ingredients. They had 30 minutes for all three dessert rounds; the first round had to feature spicy desserts, the second round had salty chocolate desserts, and the third round had sweet chocolate desserts.

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