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The don't panic pantry cookbook : mostly vegetarian comfort food that happens to be pretty good for you

Galuten, Noah (author.). Teig, Kristin, (photographer.). Shlesinger, Iliza, 1983- (writer of foreword.).

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  • 1 of 3 copies available at LARL/NWRL Consortium.
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1 current hold with 3 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Breckenridge Public Library 641.5 GAL (Text) 33500013741723 New Checked out 04/14/2023
Crookston Public Library 641.5 GAL (Text) 33500013741731 New Checked out 04/11/2023
Godel Memorial-Warren Library 641.5 GAL (Text) 35500006641938 New Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780593319840
  • ISBN: 0593319834
  • ISBN: 9780593319833
  • Physical Description: xxxv, 196 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, [2023]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (page 181) and indexes.
Summary, etc.: "Delicious, nutritious, umami-heavy, well-balanced recipes for accessible whole-food meals, by the food writer and co-host of Don't Panic Pantry. As the world changes around us, we are constantly vacillating between two different versions of ourselves: the one who wants to be healthier and the one who wants to be excited, or comforted, by the food that we eat. We all want to eat "better," but what does that mean? This book is here to say: Don't Panic. In this age of too much information, Noah Galuten has refined his home cooking philosophy to a few key points: 1.Too much of any one thing is bad; 2. Balance is good; 3. Refined sugar is bad (and it is hiding everywhere); 4: Heavily processed food is bad (this is where most of the sugar is hiding); 5. We should eat less meat, and eat higher quality meat instead; 6. We should be focused on fiber instead of protein; 7. Stock your pantry to make home cooking the more convenient option. Here, the host of the IGTV's hit cooking show "Don't Panic Pantry" gives us new favorite go-to recipes like a Chef Salad with Probiotic Ranch and Cheddar Croutons, and Pasta with Rosemary-Bacon Tomato Sauce (or a vegetarian version using dried mushrooms instead). There are recipes for a 30-second Vegan Tahini Dressing that will become your new favorite dip; there's a recipe for Miso Roast Chicken with Vegetables that you can prep in advance and leave in the fridge for several hours, or even a day, that makes a one-pan dinner for your entire family. But it's also-for when you really need it-the fresh herbed panko crusted Mozzarella Marinara that made his famously funny wife, comedian Iliza Shlesinger, break down in tears. Here are your pantry staples for the future"--

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2022 December #1
    Chef and YouTube star Galuten (On Vegetables, 2017) wants to remind readers that home cooking can be fun and comforting with these pantry item recipes that will make meals sing. In addition to recipes for items he recommends always having on hand, such as chicken stock, vegan dashi, and ghee, Galuten also offers recipes like Shantam's kitchari and barely beef chili that rely on other pantry staples. Some recipes cover multiple pages and include long blocks of text. Some of the suggested equipment and ingredients may be inaccessible or unnecessary for the average home cook, but most of Galuten's recommendations can be adjusted easily enough to fit readers' needs, especially readers who are energized and inspired by the idea of creating their own pantries. Copyright 2022 Booklist Reviews.

Author Notes

Noah Galuten is a chef, James Beard Award-nominated cookbook author, and host of YouTube cooking show, Don’t Panic Pantry. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, daughter and small dog.

Subject: Cooking, Italian
Cooking, American
Cooking (Vegetables)
Genre: Cookbooks.
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