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Author: Rick Tramonto
ISBN: 0375507604
Language: English
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Regional & International
Publisher: Random House; 1st edition (October 22, 2002)
Rating: 4.4
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Rick Tramonto, executive chef of Chicago's widely acclaimed Tru restaurant, is well known for his passion for and . This book was written before copious pictures came to be expected. So much of the Amuse-Bouche delight is in it's appearance

While most people won't find many occasions to serve amuse-bouche at home, the recipes are easily adapted to become passed hors d'oeuvres, first courses, or even main courses. So much of the Amuse-Bouche delight is in it's appearance. There might be a lot of good ideas here, but I can't picture them.

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With Amuse-Bouche being all the rage at the top restaurants in the country, Rick Tramonto delivers a book worthy of the pedigree of the people involved. Tramanto himself is a top rated chef, having been nominated for the James Beard award for best chef in the Midwest, four times, and winning the title in 2003. Here he presents an amazing collection of recipes that will inspire chefs of all levels.

Rick Tramonto's Amuse-Bouche is a 'Tru' delight! Who said cooking had to be difficult? Rick will guide you in transforming a few ingredients into perfect little palate teasers. This book is destined to be an indispensable part of your cooking library. -THOMAS KELLER, The French Laundry. Rick Tramonto dazzled America with his groundbreaking food and audacious presentations at Tru. Now he brings his inventiveness and creative spirit to the uniquely exciting subject of marvelous miniature mouthfuls. Be prepared to be amused. -PATRICK O'CONNELL, The.

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book by Mary Goodbody. Many of the best restaurants tantalize diners palates with charming, intensely flavored tastes that tickle the tongue and delight the eye.

book by Mary Goodbody. Amuse-bouche (pronounced ah-myuz boosh) are today what hors d'oeuvres were to America in the 1950s: a relatively unknown feature of French culinary tradition that, once introduced, immediately became standard fare.

Amuse-bouche (pronounced ah-myuz boosh) are today what hors d'oeuvres were to America in the 1950s: a relatively unknown feature of French culinary tradition that, once introduced, immediately became standard fare. Chefs at many fine restaurants offer guests an amuse-bouche, a bite-sized treat that excites the tongue and delights the eye, before the meal is served. Nobody does it better than the celebrated executive chef/partner of Chicago’s Tru, Rick Tramonto. Amuse-bouche are a fa-vorite of diners at Tru, many of whom come expressly to enjoy the “grand amuse"--an assortment of four different taste sensations.Amuse-Bouche offers an array of recipes, from elegant and sophisticated to casual and surprising—but always exquisite—that will inspire home cooks to share these culinary jewels with their guests. From Black Mission Figs with Mascarpone Foam and Prosciutto di Parma to Curried Three-Bean Salad, from Soft Polenta with Forest Mushrooms to Blue Cheese Foam with Port Wine Reduction, Tramonto’s creations will embolden the novice and the experienced cook alike to experiment with unfamiliar ingredients and techniques.Organized by type of amuse and season of the year, the book also includes a directory of sources for specialty products. With more than a hundred recipes and with fifty-two full-page color photographs by James Beard Award--winning photographer Tim Turner, Amuse-Bouche enchants the eyes as much as an amuse pleases the palate.
Comments (7)
Jonide
I am glad for those who can call these recipes "doable" for the home cook with a professional level equipped kitchen. Even with a trip into the city, there are some ingredients that I can have only because I grow them myself such as some of the specified microgreens or lemon verbena, lovage, Hawaiian pink ginger, pineapple mint ...Yes, I am sure there is somewhere which carries them but the milage racked up to obtain the ingredients. Fortunately, I have a garden that is designed specifically to address some of these issues. The second issue is that many of the simpler recipes have simply moved the complexity of the recipe to sub-recipes and "basic recipes" in the back. The latter is filled with stock, aspic and oil recipes. At least, he isn't expecting me to make my own soba noodles ... which is doable.

Nonetheless, I absolutely love this cookbook and expect to use several recipes as standard "go to's". Why? First, because many are very seasonal, a trait I value. Because some are so simple but inspired, e.g. Watermelon Cube with Aged Balsamic Vinegar which uses watermelon juice, salt, watermelon and aged balsamic vinegar. The recipe could easily be adapted to use Aged Black Rice Vinegar for an Asian flare. Because some truly highlight the pleasures of underutilized ingredients such as kohlrabi, rutabaga, and Jerusalem artichokes. Because of the precision with which textures, flavors and visual elements are combined e.g. Sashimi of Fluke with Radish Salad and Chives which uses red, black and icicle radishes. Because ingredients I have gotten fixed on a single use for are used with familiar flavors but in a startling (to me) way e.g. Warm Truffled Oxtail Tartlets.

And, yes, some of the recipes can be scaled up to entree level e.g. Rick's Shooter of Duck Wonton with Duck Consomme or Soft Polenta with Forest Mushrooms with minor modifications to avoid overloading your palate. So despite the specificity of the recipes, the book also provides inspiration for your own riffs.
Onath
First - I am not a professional chef or even regular amateur cook... I like to entertain and I'm planning a dinner party which is why I purchased this book but it's something I do every few years not every few months.

It was disappointing that there was not a picture for every recipe. For something where presentation is part of the appeal I wanted to see how palatable and eye catching a recipe is when it's presented on a plate. There were pictures for less than 50% of the recipes and some of those were not the preparation presented in the recipe.

The best part was that there were recipes for literally every skill level... easy three ingredient five step recipes to ten ingredient twenty step recipes with three different pieces each with its own set of steps. And I would say the appeal of each of the recipes was in the same league regardless of difficulty.

This is not a comprehensive book by any means - there are two or three ideas in each section for each season - some seasons lending themselves better to one or the other category. There are three or four easy and three or four difficult recipes per category which means if you are trying to entertain in the summer and you are a beginner you have a choice of about five items, likewise if you are experienced and entertaining in the winter, etc. That said the book is really intended as a jumping off point for your own creativity.

Overall the book is definitely inspiring and should be a great reference even if I only ever use one or two of the recipes. I can highly recommend it as a starting point for creating your own one-bite-wonders.
Yla
This book was written before copious pictures came to be expected. So much of the Amuse-Bouche delight is in it's appearance. There might be a lot of good ideas here, but I can't picture them. When the book was first published, it was the only one on the subject, and I might have been able to rate it higher in the context of the time.

Really can't recommend it, since there are so many now available with lots of pictures.
Ungall
Merchandise arrived well within the promised delivery window. Very informative and inspiring. There are a number of recipes I'm looking forward to trying and although I haven't prepared them yet, I fully expect that I will have a good experience.
Wire
Serving an amuse bouche at the start of any dinner is in style but even if it wasn't it's a wonderful way to kick off any dinner party. The purpose is, yes, to kick off the dinner but also with one or two bites to create anticipaton for what is to follow. It is meant to awake the senses and to impress and if you like a way for the cook to show off his skills and imagination.

In most of the recipes Rick gives ideas that accomplish the above and then some. An impressive amuse bouche may often be difficult to prepare and often more expensive than your first course. It is however a way to introduce some expensive ingredients into your dinner menu without breaking the bank. As far as I am concerned this is the only book out there on this subject that will become an invaluble resource for those of you who wishes to really impress.