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The Meatball Shop Cookbook includes recipes for incredible meatballs, sides and sweets including these spicy pork meatballs made with pork shoulder and hot cherry peppers. (Photo: Copyright Ballantine Books).
The Meatball Shop Cookbook also encourages mixing and matching sauces and balls. These classic beef meatballs would pair nicely with Parmesan cream or mango-raisin chutney. (Photo: Copyright Ballantine Books).
All the recipes in Home Cooking with Jean-Georges by Jean-Georges Vongerichten are remarkably easy to make. The swiss chard braised in shiitake butter requires just five ingredients. (Photo: Copyright Clarkson Potter 2011).
This apricot frangipane tart (from Home Cooking with Jean-Georges) is light and simple. The apricot juices run right into the frangipane filling. (Photo: Copyright Clarkson Potter 2011).
Eleven Madison Park features gorgeous photos and recipes--like this one for oyster vichyssoise--from acclaimed chef Daniel Humm. (Photo: Copyright Francesco Tonelli).
Daniel Humm and Will Guidara are the brains behind both the beloved restaurant and the Eleven Madison Park cookbook. (Photo: Copyright Francesco Tonelli).
What do Jean Georges, Eleven Madison Park and the Meatball Shop have in common? Why, fantastic food, impossible-to-get tables and hot-off-the-press cookbooks. Here, a few reasons to snag these new recipe collections:
Home Cooking with Jean-Georges You may go to Jean Georges or ABC Kitchen to try complicated dishes, but it turns out that Chef Vongerichten also has a knack for simpler fare. His new book is devoted to fresh, flavorful and remarkably effortless cuisine. Think tarte tatin, buttermilk pancakes and lamb chops with smoked chile glaze and fava beans.
Eleven Madison Park This long-awaited tome falls on the other end of the spectrum--too complicated for most cooks, but so gorgeous, it's worth owning for the photos alone. The recipes range from avocado roulade to sweet-potato beignets, and while you may want to skip the ones that require liquid nitrogen, many would make a nice challenge for the ambitious foodie.
The Meatball Shop Cookbook It's hard to remember that the Meatball Shop opened only in 2010--such a fixture of carnivorous downtown life it seems. The new cookbook covers all of the restaurant's classic balls (spicy pork, jambalaya, tandoori lamb, etc.) as well as sauces, sides and sweets.
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