9781927958742

CinCin Wood Fired Cucina

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  • ISBN13:

    9781927958742

  • ISBN10:

    1927958741

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 11/15/2016
  • Publisher: Figure 1 Publishing

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Summary

What is the essence of Italian cuisine? If you ask CinCin’s Chef Andrew Richardson, he’ll tell you it is cooking in rhythm with the seasons and allowing fresh, local ingredients to shine. CinCin: Wood-fired Italian Cucina showcases the restaurant’s signature wood-oven cooking techniques and Chef Richardson’s inspiring use of the finest West Coast and Italian ingredients.

Author Biography

Andrew Richardson began his illustrious career in Newcastle at the Michelin-starred 21 Queen Street, followed by a stint at Brasserie 21, which won the Michelin Bib Gourmand rating. Other career highlights include Vancouver's stellar restaurants, Cioppino's and West, and Northern California's, Carter House Inn (Eureka), and the famed French Laundry.

Richardson said, “I believe in simplicity, and the interaction of absolutely prime ingredients on the plate—the passionata, as the Italians say. Less is often more, especially in Italian cookery."

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