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The Chili Cookbook: A History of the One-Pot Classic, with Cook-off Worthy Recipes from Three-Bean to Four-Alarm and Con Carne to Vegetarian

Robb Walsh

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Ten Speed Press
15 October 2015
Main courses
Chili is one of the most all-American foods around. It is universally loved and perfect for nearly every occasion a church potluck, sports- or TV-viewing party, casual dinner with the family, or late-night dorm room snack. Despite the evergreen popularity of chili, there are surprisingly few books on the subject. Enter The Chili Cookbook, written by veteran author and Tex-Mex sage Robb Walsh. With its impeccable recipes, fascinating and unexpected historical anecdotes, and whimsical package, The Chili Cookbook is sure to become an instant classic.
By:   Robb Walsh
Imprint:   Ten Speed Press
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 209mm,  Width: 183mm,  Spine: 20mm
Weight:   650g
ISBN:   9781607747956
ISBN 10:   1607747952
Pages:   200
Publication Date:   15 October 2015
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

ROBB WALSH is the author of 12 cookbooks. He has been nominated for 14 James Beard Awards and has won three. Walsh has worked as a commentator on National Public Radio s Weekend Edition Sunday, served as the restaurant critic at the Houston Press from 2000 until 2010, and has written for Gourmet, Saveur, Fine Cooking, Garden & Gun, and more.

Reviews for The Chili Cookbook: A History of the One-Pot Classic, with Cook-off Worthy Recipes from Three-Bean to Four-Alarm and Con Carne to Vegetarian

Robb Walsh s new book embraces, examines, and celebrates all variety of chili pepper stew. Lucky us.Walsh is one of the great chroniclers of Texas foodways, a thoughtful historian and a warm, charming writer to boot, and while many cookbooks are written to be read as much as cooked from, rarely does one so deftly strike a balance between both. - Eater While no individual chili is capable of satisfying everyone, I guarantee every chili fan will find a recipe inThe Chili Cookbookthat suits their needs. Robb Walsh, a food writer best known for his books onTex-Mexandbarbecue, is about as comprehensive as one can get in single subject cookbook. - Epicurious As far as I m concerned, there are only two books on the history of chili: my father s A Bowl of Red and Robb Walsh s The Chili Cookbook. - Frank X. Tolbert 2 Walsh is one of food writing's best storytellers, so the book is satisfying even if you never whip out your Dutch oven and get cooking. You should, though: The fascinating tale is best enjoyed with a big bowl of chili con carne. (Walsh's recipe from El Real in Houston is killer.) - Serious Eats


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