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Wildwood Cooking from the Source in the Pacific Northwest

Cory Schreiber

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ISBN 10: 1580081428 / ISBN 13: 9781580081429
Published by Ten Speed Press, Berkeley, Ca., 2000
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Hardcover, covers decorated with sepia-toned photo of trees. 234 pages in near fine condition, faint wear to covers. 1st edition, 1st printing. Signed by the author with personal inscription on pre tittle page. Beautiful photos throughout. A culinary tour of the Northwest by Chef and owner of the famous Wildwood restaurant.; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall; Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 004385

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Title: Wildwood Cooking from the Source in the ...

Publisher: Ten Speed Press, Berkeley, Ca.

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition.

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Chef Cory Schreiber opened the Wildwood restaurant in Portland five years ago and has rapidly become a leading figure in the region's bustling culinary scene -- winning the James Beard Award in 1998 for Best Chef: Pacific Northwest. Schreiber emphasizes organic produce prepared in ways that allow the natural beauty and flavors of the ingredients to shine forth, unobstructed by fussy embellishments. With its lavish food and landscape photography, inspired recipes, and passionate personal narrative, Wildwood presents the dishes that have earned Mr. Schreiber national acclaim, and offers a window into the source of his creativity.


At Wildwood, the popular Portland, Oregon, restaurant, chef Cory Schreiber cooks dishes closely tied to local foods of the Pacific Northwest. A fifth-generation Oregonian and fourth-generation restaurateur, he is devoted to the plump oysters of Yaquina Bay, wild mushrooms from the slopes of the Cascade Mountains, and juicy berries from the Willamette Valley--all recognized as world-class ingredients.

Wildwood the cookbook holds your attention in the kitchen and out. Schreiber shares his family's history, starting in 1864, when his great-grandfather settled in Oysterville. He describes his experience as a boy catching a 24-pound wild king salmon he could barely hold on the line, then explains why its firm flesh is prized and recommends poaching or grilling as the best ways to cook such firm-fleshed fish.

Through his recipes, Schreiber shows how to build on the glorious flavor found in the best-quality ingredients. His Tomato and Fennel Vinaigrette is based on Summer Tomato Sauce seasoned with garlic and fresh herbs. Olive Oil-Braised Bell Peppers use the Mediterranean technique of simmering vegetables in oil until they are meltingly tender. While Schreiber spotlights the foods of Oregon, cooks everywhere can emulate his respect for local ingredients and for the land and waters that produce them. --Dana Jacobi

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