Discover the cookbook featuring "drool-worthy yet decidedly unfussy food" (Goop) that set today's trends and is fast becoming a modern classic."This is not a cookbook. It's a treasure map."--Samin Nosrat, author of Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY San Francisco Chronicle - NPR - Epicurious - Newsday - KCRW's Good Food - The Fader - American Express Essentials Alison Roman's Salted Butter and Chocolate Chunk Shortbread made her Instagram-famous. But all of the recipes in Dining In have one thing in common: they make even the most oven-phobic or restaurant-crazed person want to stay home and cook. They prove that casual doesn't have to mean boring, simple doesn't have to be uninspired, and that more steps or ingredients don't always translate to a better plate of food. Vegetable-forward but with an affinity for a mean steak and a deep regard for fresh fish, Dining In is all about building flavor and saving time. Alison's ingenuity seduces seasoned cooks, while her warm, edgy writing makes these recipes practical and approachable enough for the novice. With 125 recipes for effortlessly chic dishes that are full of quick-trick techniques (think slathering roast chicken in anchovy butter, roasting citrus to ramp up the flavor, and keeping boiled potatoes in the fridge for instant crispy smashed potatoes), she proves that dining in brings you just as much joy as eating out. Praise for Dining In "Sorry, restaurants. Superstar Alison Roman has given us recipes so delicious, so meltdown-proof--and so fun to read--we're going to be cooking at home for a while. Quite possibly forever."--Christine Muhlke, editor at large, Bon App tit
About the Author
Alison Roman is a columnist for the New York Times Food section and Bon App√©tit. She is the author of the bestselling Dining In, named a best cookbook of the year by NPR, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Epicurious, among others. A native of Los Angeles, Alison lives in Brooklyn.