One of the world's most vaunted ingredients, prosciutto di Parma is also a surprisingly versatile kitchen staple. In this edition, chef Sara Jenkins teaches us how to use this delicious ham in dishes that travel far beyond Italy's borders, from tacos to grits and more.
Size: 4.5" x 7.5"
Length: 48 pages
Sara Jenkins is a New York City-based chef, restaurateur and cookbook author. The daughter of a foreign correspondent and a food writer, Sara grew up all over the Mediterranean and ate her way through several cultures and cuisines. She began her cooking career in Boston, then worked in Florence and Tuscany before moving to New York, where she ran the kitchens in several top ItalianÂ restaurants before opening two of her own: Porchetta and Porsena. She's authored two cookbooks: Olives and Oranges and the forthcoming Four Seasons of Pasta, which she wrote with her mother, Nancy Harmon Jenkins. As Mario Batali put it, "Sara's one of the few chefs in America who understands Italy and how Italians eat."
Printed in Virginia
Short Stack is a series of small-format cookbooks authored by America’s top culinary talents. Each edition is a collectible, single-subject booklet packed with recipes that offer ingenious new ways to cook our favorite ingredients.