"Back To Square One" a cookbook written by Joyce Goldstein. Published by William Morrow and Company, first edition, 1992.
Joyce Goldstein is an American chef, who is a two time James Beard Foundation Award winner. She ran the influential San Francisco-based restaurant Square One from 1984 to 1996.
Joyce shares over 240 of her favorite recipes from the multitude of regional and national traditions she has studied and cooked for years.
All of Goldstein's offerings are as exciting and direct as her globe-circling inquiry. First courses include Indonesian Hot and Sour Fruit Salad, combining citrus, mangoes, pineapple and cucumbers with Thai basil and mint, and a Latin American Ajiaco Bogotano , a creamy potato soup enriched with avocado, chicken and corn. Goldstein happily combines Portuguese ingredients with Italian techniques in a Duck and Sausage Risotto, and turns to the traditions of the Pacific Northwest coastal Indians for Potlatch Salmon with Juniper Marinade. From Georgia (the newly independent Russian republic, not the peach state) comes a tangy Beef Reagout, with cilantro, lemon and walnut.
420 page hard cover book in good condition with no rips, tears or writing.