Peaches have a Golden retriever-esque likeability that makes them a staple of our summer cooking. But beyond the sweet, familiar peach pies and cobblers is a far more complex, versatile ingredient than we ever imagined. From delicate ceviche to a piquant Bloody Mary riff, Beth Lipton coaxes new potential out of these delightful stone fruits.
Size: 4.5" x 7.5"
Length: 48 pages
Beth Lipton is the food director for Health magazine, where she writes, edits and develops recipes. Her writing has appeared in print and online for publications including People, Travel + Leisure and Time, and her first cookbook, You Made That Dessert?, was released in 2009. Beth has cooked for restaurants, hotels and caterers in New York, Los Angeles and Philadelphia. She also works as a health coach.
Printed in Virginia
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