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Publisher Description

Critically-acclaimed food blogger Russ Crandall presents over 100 classic and traditional recipes for a gluten-free, whole foods lifestyle. Beautifully photographed and tirelessly researched, "The Ancestral Table" will provide you with the tools to approach cuisine in a way that is healthful without sacrificing taste.

In "The Ancestral Table", home chef and blogger Russ Crandall (who blogs at The Domestic Man) combs through the pages of history and refines a selection of beloved traditional recipes, redeveloping them to complement an ancestral lifestyle. This stunning cookbook features more than 100 recipes that will help experienced and budding chefs alike create classic, familiar, and overwhelmingly delicious feasts.

Humans have been cooking for thousands of years, taking small steps and great leaps in the culinary arts. In his book, Crandall delivers time-tested recipes that incorporate wholesome, rewarding, nutrient-rich ingredients. He demystifies daunting techniques and provides unexpected preparations for a number of familiar foods.

Inside, you'll find American and international classics such as:

- Chicken-Fried Steak to rival Grandma's recipe;

- timeless French Onion Soup;

- Bi Bim Bap with authentic, hassle-free Kimchi;

- an incomparable Teriyaki Sauce; and

- fragrant, satisfying Butter Chicken.

Perfectly crafted and masterfully researched, "The Ancestral Table" is a contemporary take on Paleo eating that is equally at home on your kitchen counter, in your book bag, or on your nightstand.

Cookbooks, Food & Wine
February 11
Victory Belt Publishing
Victory Belt Publishing, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Chefcorr ,

The AncestralTable

Very impressive accomplishment for a first time author who is not a chef. Crandall was driven to reclaim his own health and radically cahnged his diet and was able to get off his medications. Excellent color photographs for each recipe, with a fairly complex ethnic scope. The recipes I've tried were all good though some of the language was a little strange--you don't really "brew" soup. Very pleased with the purchase!

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