Highly practical and offering plenty of today's flavors and favorite ingredients, I Dream of Dinner is a weeknight cookbook for people who enjoy looking forward to a great meal at the end of the day.
With 150 recipes that take less than 45 minutes to make, lots of suggestions for riffing further on Ali Slagle's ideas, and a generally informal approach that suggests you can add something or leave it out "if you're feeling it," this a book that assumes you know you way around the kitchen and have a wide frame of reference when it comes to flavor.
For example: smoky white beans and cauliflower are described as "paprika-stained and aioli-swaddled like patatas bravas." Blistered peppers with mozzarella and croutons are "like Romesco sauce never got blitzed." Sizzled pork and pineapple are "for fans of Cuban mojo and al pastor."
I Dream of Dinner is something like notes you might share with an enthusiastic cooking friend. The fresh ideas are the exciting and important part.
Hardcover. Color photographs throughout.