Few things impress me more in the kitchen than a host who can throw together a lunch for six unannounced guests with whatever’s hanging out in the back of the fridge, mixed through with a jar of this or that pulled out from the back of a cupboard. Tinned octopus, herbed olives, pickled shallots, a red pepper jelly, saucisson sec, a good piece of cheese—in this super intimate, conversational book, what Alice Waters really has to offer in this book is a way of being in the kitchen. With a well-stocked pantry, there’s always something delicious and quick for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Taste For Yourself
What better way to make use of lingering pantry stables than to make granola! It's nutty, sweet, versatile, and super forgiving.