Dimensions: 224 pages, 10 × 8 × 1.1 in
Published: May 27, 2014
Publisher: Weldon Owen
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 161628823X
ISBN - 13: 9781616288235
From the Publisher
Summer Food features more than 90 recipes for light and flavorful fare for every meal of the day—from brunch favorites to light suppers, refreshing cocktails, and fruit-forward desserts. Dishes like grilled escarole with plums and goat cheese; salmon with crème fraiche and garden herbs; quinoa with capers, torn basil, and tomatoes; and lamb burgers with minty pesto celebrate the fresh flavors of the season and are well suited for sharing with friends and family at alfresco meals. Gorgeous, photography throughout the book showcases the simplicity and beauty of summer cooking. Stunning scenic photography of the seaside, finished dishes, and summer ingredients, emphasize the book’s carefree nature and style.
From Paul Lowe, founder of Sweet Paul Magazine, with Nina Dreyer Hemsley and Jim Hensley.
The perfect solution for home cooks who want easy, fresh recipes for light and flavorful fare that makes the most of seasonal ingredients and eating outdoors. With crowd-pleasing yet wholesome recipes like orzo with grilled corn, olives, torn basil and tomatoes; watermelon and chili salsa; grilled beets with mustard sauce; grilled pizza with pesto and prosciutto; lamb burgers with mint and feta dressing; and linguine with lox, lemon, and dill, this enticing collection is full of great ideas for low-key meals and simple menus for picnics and barbecues.
About the Author
One of the co-authors of Summer Food is Paul Løwe. Born and raised in Norway and currently based in New York, Paul has worked as a craft and food stylist for more than 20 years. His work has appeared in Real Simple, Parents, Better Homes and Gardens, Country Living, Good Housekeeping, Cooking Light, Food Network, and Cosmopolitan. Paul creates and curates the Sweet Paul online magazine, which is full of easy-yet-elegant recipes, stylish crafts, and ideas for entertaining. In Spring 2012, the first print edition of the magazine was launched in Anthropologie stores nationwide.