The relaxed atmosphere of this aptly named San Francisco restaurant is a perfect setting for the kind of food that has established its reputation. From the innovative "small plates" to special breads to the always-changing seafood and oyster bar, it's at once stylish and casual. Now one of the diner's founders presents 150 of her best recipes. ...
The relaxed atmosphere of this aptly named San Francisco restaurant is a perfect setting for the kind of food that has established its reputation. From the innovative "small plates" to special breads to the always-changing seafood and oyster bar, it's at once stylish and casual. Now one of the diner's founders presents 150 of her best recipes. Full color throughout.
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I was young, and on my way to my first cooking gig, at a diner-ish place in Whistler, and stopped by the Pink Peppercorn (RIP - the PP on Broadway was the first, and at the time only, cookbook store in Vancouver) to prepare for my new post.
I bought the Fog City Diner Cookbook by Cindy Pawlcyn, as it seemed apt for my new job; I thought I knew how to cook then, and I was soooo green. This book served me well! It has been a long time since I used it - I am a pastry chef now, not a cook - but going through the recipes still thrills me. This is real diner food with updated twists, super tasty comfort food that really hits the spot. The recipes always worked - I fondly remember the Grilled Beef and Chanterelle Mushrooms with Arugala appetizer, the Reddened Snapper Sandwich with Guacamole, the Crab Cakes with Sherry Cayenne Mayonnaise - OMG so good! People always came back for the German Chocolate Cake with Pecan Frosting, another gem of a recipe.
Cindy has since opened a number of well-known restaurants, and I used to own another good cookbook by her, for the Mustard's Grill. Her books are very readable, with good attention to detail and quality instructions. This has been a great book for me, and I enthusiastically recommend it to home cooks or professionals alike. I am definitely going to give it another go-round in the near future - so good!
Publishers Weekly, 1993-05-31 On the front door of the Fog City Diner in San Francisco is a sign: ``No Crybabies.'' And it means ``anything goes--have a good time, and leave your problems elsewhere,'' writes Bill Higgins, a co-proprietor with Pawlcyn, and contributor of the introduction to this collection of the diner's recipes. Obviously, Fog City has many of the usuals--though they've been spruced up--and, less obviously, it practices the sort of sophistication in food that San Francisco is famous for. So the book serves up mashed potatoes, and duck stew; gingerbread, and sauteed prawns; chili dogs, and lobster gazpacho. This provocative little volume offers a welcome taste of old and new, American and fusion, and a vicarious trip to a metro area that doubles as culinary nirvana. One can nearly understand why people get into the business of serving food (and drink--Fog City is well known for its eclectic stock): pleasure, sheer license. Photos not seen by PW . (June) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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