Pizza Dough: 100 Delicious, Unexpected Recipes
Published by: Egg and Dart Press
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Fun and delicious, pizza dough is an infinitely versatile ingredient that can be shaped, twisted, stretched and rolled into breakfast treats, sandwich breads, and sweets. With pizza dough, home cooks can make everything from bagels to breadsticks, flatbreads to calzones, doughnuts to Danish and beyond. With this book, food blogger Gabi Moskowitz shows how to make eight doughs and a multitude of recipes that are uniquely perfect for entertaining friends or noshing on your own.
The variety of recipes in this book is not only for pizza lovers. It’s for anyone who loves to eat. The recipes can scale down or dress up for all kinds of diners both pennywise and pound-foolish, both upscale and DIY, for children’s parties, hipster parties, or for an elegant evening at home.
The BrokeAss Gourmet Cookbook
Published by: Dynamic Housewares
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Live the good life on the cheap
Gabi Moskowitz makes broke taste good.
- Roll out some of her simple-yet-elegant Sundried Tomato Ricotta Gnocchi (inspired by a rude ex-boyfriend who made fun of her potato dumpling-making skills).
- Tuck in to a meltingly tender Easy Molasses Pulled Pork Sandwich.
- Warm up on cold nights with rich, creamy (New York Times-mentioned!) Brown Butter-Pumpkin Mac and Cheese.
- Impress that special someone with Gabi’s famous Third Date Chicken (when you’re ready to commit, of course).
- When unexpected company arrives, wow them with Corn Meal Shrimp Po’ Boy Sandwiches or Hipster Dogs (no actual hipsters harmed in the making).
- Be sure to sweeten your guests’ departure with crazy-good Salted Fudge Brownies.
Gabi makes it all easy and fun—you’ll soon feel like she’s your quirky, food-obsessed best friend, chopping onions alongside you in the kitchen.
Renowned chef Gabi Moskowitz founded brokeassgourmet.com in 2009, in an effort to teach her broke friends to feed themselves well. Her no-nonsense, soup-to-nuts kitchen expertise, money-saving recipes, and charming anecdotes brought the blog national acclaim. She lives, writes, and cooks in the Mission district of San Francisco.