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Shortstack Editions are an ode to the featured ingredient. These pocket-sized cookbooks explore the different ways to cook a single ingredient, be it sweet or savoury. Current Shortstack Editions include: Honey, Avocados, Ginger, Chocolate, and more.
Shortstack Editions are an ode to the featured ingredient. These pocket-sized cookbooks explore the different ways to cook a single ingredient, be it sweet or savoury.
- Eggs: Eggs are the superheroes of our refrigerators, just as essential at breakfast as they are at dessert. The recipes in this collection offer creative takes on iconic egg dishes, as well as less familiar preparations that are poised to become favourites.
- Chickpeas: Chickpeas are undeniably having a moment, but this edition proves their position as far more than just a trend: the reach of chickpeas is astonishingly deep, and undeniably cross-cultural. And from each culture’s iconic chickpea recipe, new techniques and smart approaches emerge. This edition will show these versatile legumes in a new light.
- Apples: We’ve always thought that the “apple a day” directive seemed a bit excessive—until now. Andrea Albin has opened our minds to the iconic fruit, weaving it with seamless creativity into every meal.
- Avocados: Katie Quinn taps into this popular zeitgeist, while also examining some offbeat applications for this beloved ingredient. Got avocado fever? This book will bring more cowbell, with recipes like avocado baked eggs, avocado fries with spicy mayo, and avocado guava handpies.
- Broccoli: "Eat your broccoli." No other chef has taken this childhood prescription to heart as much as Tyler Kord, one of New York's most innovative chefs and a professed broccoli enthusiast. Tyler's edition will teach you many new innovative ways to enjoy this flavourful and nutrient-rich vegetable, and show you just what a flavour chameleon it can be.
- Chocolate: Susie Heller's ode to chocolate improves on the touchstones that chocolate fans know and love (killer caramel brownies and the only chocolate layer cake recipe you'll ever need), while still finding room to explore new ideas. This edition is must for every sweets lover.
- Eggplant: Learning how to cook with eggplant is like a ticket to taste through the world. This little berry (yes, it’s a berry!), is a staple in cultures as wide-ranging as Korea, Israel, and suburban Chicago. Through poignant personal narratives, Raquel’s recipes (think Stuffed Indian Eggplant in Saag Sauce, Sabich, and Eggplant & Pork Larb) will reacquaint you with this magical ingredient.
- Ginger: Mindy Fox's recipes are the cream of the crop. From ginger-cumin rice to sticky Jamaican-style chicken, this love letter shows that you don’t need a lot of space to pack in a lot of flavour.
- Honey: Term of endearment. Tea-time staple. Honey may be ubiquitous, but it is also misunderstood. This edition goes deep into the hive, unlocking this ancient ingredient's vast potential. From cocktails to popcorn, caramel to pickles, these recipes bolster honey's rightful place as a pantry essential.
- Lemons: From the juice to the peel and everything in between, Alison Roman's ode to lemons covers every inch of sour ground. These recipes will make lemons even more of a staple in your kitchen, adding depth and flavour in dishes like Wilted Greens with Crispy Lemons and Chickpeas, Whole Lemon Salsa Verde, and Lemon-Coconut Tea Cake.
- Strawberries: From its ruby-red colour to its sun-ripened sweetness, the strawberry is a dramatic fruit. This edition will put the show-stopping berry through its paces, in both savoury and sweet applications.
- Tomatoes: Few things are more delicious (and easier to cook with) than a ripe tomato. These recipes get to the heart of this fruit’s popularity and its versatility, utilizing both peak-of-the-season summer fruit and high-quality canned tomatoes.
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