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The Kitchen Counter Cooking School: How a Few Simple Lessons Transformed Nine Culinary Novices into Fearless Home Cooks (英語)


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51 人中、49人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 5.0 This is truly a life changing book! 2011/10/13
投稿者 Dot McIntyre - (Amazon.com)
形式: ハードカバー Amazonで購入
I have been cooking for many, many years. I have children, grandchildren and now a great grandchild! I have cooked for everyone and I thought I knew a lot about cooking.

However, as I went through this book, I learned so many things I have done wrong all my life - such as keeping too much food in the refrigerator and pantry. There is only two of us now and we do have a busy life so I guess as Kathleen says, "I buy for the life I inspire to have rather than my real life."

I used to end up with wilted romaine, yellow broccoli with flowers, and limp celery too often. After reading the book, I have changed my buying habits - I shop more often and buy less produce at a time. So far I have wasted nothing and I feel so proud.

I even put a photo at the back of my fridge which I can always see - so my fridge isn't stuffed any more. Sometimes it looks even a little bare but there is no waste.

I also learned to taste all kinds of canned goods - what a difference in canned beans when I was making chili. I even threw out one can - it was that bad. Some store brands are better than others but sometimes you have to go with the name brand for taste and texture.

I have been practicing my knife skills too and I chop things so much faster now. I like showing that off to my hubby (who doesn't cook at all by the way).

My pantry is getting bare but that's okay - I know everything I have and I am sure nothing is out of date.

The bonus is I have saved a lot of money at the grocery store and I like that. I make all my own salad dressings now and that is great fun and a real saving.

You're never too old to learn new tricks in the kitchen.

This book is not only a great read - it is life changing! I loved it.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 well written but not sure of the intended audience 2011/10/13
投稿者 mikemac9 - (Amazon.com)
形式: ハードカバー Amazonで購入
After reading her 1st book I knew I was going to buy any subsequent ones because she is such a good writer. The writing does not disappoint, it is as good as ever. What I enjoyed less about this was what it covered. The first book was about much more than just attending a prestigious cooking school in France, although that alone made it worth reading. It was also a captivating personal story of adventure and challenge. This book is covers a more narrow ground. While she does try to bring her students alive with descriptions she of course knows far less about the students then herself and the difference shows.

My real puzzle about this book, though, is what it is intended to do. Michael Ruhlman comes to mind as an author who wrote about cooking school and then went on to write books explaining how to cook. This book goes partway there, describing the author's foray into teaching cooking skills. But even though it includes recipes and advice, it is not detailed enough (no drawings, for instance) for a culinary novice to learn from it alone. Certainly the 9 students she describes leading in class gained confidence and skills, but I doubt they would have found the same success if just handed this book instead.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Interesting as well as practical 2015/6/16
投稿者 C. Little - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
I listened to this from the library and decided I just had to buy it simply for the recipes as well as tips on techniques like cutting onions without tears. I found it well-written and engaging.

If you are a person that doesn't know how to cook or thinks you have to buy a bottle to get a sauce you like and cooking is a lot of hard work, please buy this book. If you are someone who wants to teach another person how to cook, buy this book. Cooking from scratch is not hard and not expensive, and being healthier is not an impossible expensive dream. No one needs all the nasty chemicals that pre-made foods contain.

You can enjoy yourself in the kitchen, and impress your friends and maybe even your MIL. ;)
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Yes, You Can Cook! 2015/11/9
投稿者 T. Haugen - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
The Kitchen Counter Cooking School, took me to one of my favorite places, the grocery store. Sharing her passion for cooking and teaching, this book illustrates Kathleen’s desire to help demystify cooking and get people eating real food. As a cooking teacher myself, this book not only filled me with inspiration, but gave me empathy and changed the way I share my kitchen knowledge with others.
As a person, as a teacher, as a writer and as a cook; the word that describes Kathleen Flinn and her work is approachable. Her books, classes, writing and recipes are all approachable. New cooks and veteran cooks alike benefit from Kathleen’s honesty and wit.
I have read each of Kathleen’s memoirs and they are drastically different books. They are each impeccably written and researched, full of tantalizing recipes, but travel down different roads at different places and times.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 Thoughtful insights into how we eat today 2016/3/1
投稿者 S. L. Cormeny - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
I was most interested in Flinn's bird's-eye view of food culture in the USA in the early 21st century, and her passion to help "correct" bad eating habits by upending some food culture assumptions and sneakily capitalizing on others. Those were my favorite insights from the book. As someone who has already gone on the journey that Flinn lays out, from kitchen novice to confident home cook, many years ago, I even felt like I added a few techniques and principles to my own arsenal of culinary good habits. I will definitely look up the cookbooks she name-checks and am looking forward to trying out her fish-and-vegetable roasting method. For me this goes on my virtual bookshelf next to Tamar Adler's Everlasting Meal and Mark Bittman's How to Cook Everything.
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