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Caption“Eat Good Food is a lot more useful than your typical coffee-table cookbook. It’s a teaching tool that’s sure to change the way you shop source and cook good food.” —Charles Phan James Beard Award–winning chef-owner of The Slanted Door --- --- ---“I am of the mind that the process of learning how to cook should always begin with learning how to shop.” —Chocolate & Zucchini 10/25/11 --- --- --- “If it came from Bi-Rite it was going to be good. This book captures that spirit and takes it out into the larger world and hopefully it will find its way into your kitchen where it will inform encourage and inspire you to Eat Good Food.” —TheKitchn.com 10/21/11 --- --- --- “A yummy practical book that invites readers to dig in.” —San Jose Mercury News 10/19/11 --- --- --- “What makes the book particularly valuable is its comprehensive guide to ingredients found in the aisles of Bi-Rite - and in other stores like it - that helps readers become better-informed shoppers. The approach is a natural extension of a store that has built a business and a community around doing the same thing.” —San Francisco Chronicle 10/16/11 --- --- --- “San Franciscans with their city’s well-earned reputation as a culinary paradise have no shortage of world-class restaurants and shops. At the apex stands Bi-Rite Market. . . . The shop’s owner Sam Mogannam has put together Bi-Rite Market’s Eat Good Food an intelligent and useful guide and cookbook framed by Mogannam’s accomplished approach to cooking and shopping. Filled with practical tips and tasty recipes and crammed with color photos and a vibrant layout the book is the embodiment of the Bi-Rite experience. Even if you live far from San Francisco Eat Good Food will make you feel like a shop regular. And that’s a very good feeling indeed.” —Modern Tonic 10/13/11 ____________ About the Author Sam Mogannam is the second-generation owner of Bi-Rite Market | Dabney Gough is the co-author of new Bi-Rite Creamery secrets
HeadlineBi-Rite Market's Eat Good Food: A Grocer's Guide to Shopping Cooking & Creating Community Through Food by Sam Mogannam & Dabney Gough
KeywordsCharles-Phan Sam-Magannam Dabney-Gough
Copyright Noticemore at @ amazon.com
Byline (Photographer)Frances Ruffenach
URLwww.amazon.com/Bi-Rite-Markets-Eat-Good-Food/dp/158008303X/wwwcarnavalcom

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