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The Jungfrau: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering Hardcover – Illustrated, 24 April 2018

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  • ASIN : 006282015X
  • Language : English
  • Hardcover : 336 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0062863428
  • Customer reviews:
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“Joanna Gaines just made her first official foray into the food world with the launch of her cookbook, Magnolia Table, and we’re happy she did.” -- MyDomaine

“My point is, I know a good biscuit when I see one (and more important, when I taste one). And in my opinion, Joanna Gaines has struck gold with a biscuit recipe that took her a year to develop.” -- Huffington Post

“Joanna and Chip Gaines’s announcement that Fixer Upper was ending thankfully coincided with the news of Jo’s first cookbook, Magnolia Table. Seven long months later, that cookbook is finally in stores, and fans have wasted no time singing its praises.” -- Delish

“From a beautiful but simple veggie and cheese quiche, to zesty grilled salmon with a refreshing cucumber salad, and a time-tested batch of chocolate chip cookies ― each one of Gaines’s recipes holds the power to bring about an effortless gathering anywhere, anytime.” -- Refinery 29

“The latest in their growing portfolio includes… Joanna’s first cookbook… As she did with becoming a designer (she never had any formal design experience when she and Chip launched their home-flipping business), she’s taken an unconventional approach to cooking.” -- People

“Some people just seem too good to be true. Joanna Gaines is one of those people… I’ve followed her recipes carefully and heeded her advice, and in my opinion, she can add successful cookbook author to her resume.” -- Mary Cadden, USA Today

“Joanna Gaines is a multi-media force to be reckoned with… Gaines comes across as so likeable, approachable, and real on TV, and her charm and grace translate effortlessly to every page of Magnolia Table.” -- Philadelphia Inquirer

“Anyone who’s ever watched HGTV’s Fixer Upper will immediately recognize Joanna Gaines’s style in her new cookbook… Magnolia Table is filled with family stories and memories surrounding meals; individual favorites… diverse recipes… and some recipes that are used in their restaurant.” -- PopSugar

“Joanna Gaines may be famous for her trend-setting taste in interior design, but she’s currently making waves in the culinary world with the release of her first cookbook.” -- Real Simple

“Now that the shiplap-loving home décor guru has opened her own restaurant… we’re looking to her new cookbook, Magnolia Table, for every family meal from now on.” -- Pure Wow

About the Author

Joanna Gaines is the cofounder of Magnolia, a home and lifestyle brand based in Waco, Texas, which she started with her husband, Chip Gaines, in 2003. Authors of the New York Times bestseller The Magnolia Story, Chip and Joanna have been remodeling homes for nearly two decades. Joanna is also the author of the New York Times bestselling cookbook Magnolia Table and editor in chief of the Magnolia Journal, a lifestyle magazine offering inspiration for your life and home.


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Jennifer Guerrero
5.0 out of 5 stars Delicious, easy, and sophisticated. Family recipes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Delicious, easy, and sophisticated. Family recipes.
Reviewed in the United States on 19 May 2018
My husband bought this book for me for Mother’s Day. I had no idea what to expect and I’m delighted with it. It’s a collection of their family recipes from both sides, so it’s a great blend of mostly southern comfort food, with a few Syrian and Korean dishes with a family friendly, yet sophisticated vibe. Her recipes are easy, flavorful, and call for everyday ingredients. I think she has a slight crush on Gruyere cheese. I’m fine with that because I do, too.

My thoughts and pics of the dishes we’ve tried:
1-2) Gaines Brothers Burgers – p 81 with Bacon-Tomato Sweet Drip Jam – p 82. These were great burgers! They were huge, so next time, I’m making them 6 oz each instead of nearly 11! The tomato drip jam makes enough to make this dinner twice. I considered scaling it back, but I’m so glad I didn’t because it’s soooo good!
3) Layered Arugula Salad with Pear Vinaigrette – p 121. Beautiful and lovely flavor balance. The punch of the blue cheese is perfect against the sweet pears and candied walnuts, and the tart pomegranate arils are a nice contrast.
4-5) Stew with Jalapeño Cornbread – p 261. This is delicious. The beef stew has tons of flavor. The cornbread isn’t sweetened at all beyond corn’s natural sweetness. The corn kernels, jalapeños, and pimentos make it really yummy, and not too spicy, and the texture’s great. This dinner’s a total keeper.
6-7) Buttermilk Blueberry Puff – p 291. So rich and sweet. This is easy peasy, but a wonderfully decadent croissant bread pudding for brunch. (I think she has it in desserts.) I prepped it the night before and let it come to room temperature while I gave the oven plenty of time to preheat. It added a few minutes to the baking time, but worked really well.
8) Potato Gratin Mini Stacks – p 179. As yummy as they are cute.
9) Beef Tenderloin with Pickled Jalapeno Sour Cream – p 249. This is delicious. The marinade’s great, and we loved the jalapeno sauce.
10) Roasted Asparagus with Red Wine Bernaise Sauce – p 163. This was really good. The sauce should be silky. You wont stop whisking to answer your darling child’s text, so you wont break your emulsion, and yours will be much more aesthetically pleasing. Lol!
11) I sliced the leftover tenderloin paper thin and piled it on hoagies toasted with butter and garlic salt with a little thin extra sharp cheddar melted on it, and spooned that jalapeno cream over it. That was a fantastic sandwich!
12) Mom’s Bulgogi with Cucumber Kimchi Salad – p 240. Fantastic bulgogi. It marinates for 5 hours then gets a short spin on the grill. Her cucumber kimchi doesn’t require any fermentation. It’s a lovely, spicy, crisp, fresh, pickled tasting salad.

I’ll update this as I play in the book more!

Some others I have flagged to try: Jojo’s biscuits – p 18 with Bob’s Classic Gravy – p 21 * Garlic Cheese Grits – p 31 * Eggs Benedict Casserole – p 35 * Syrian Donuts – p 45 * Quick Orange Walnut Sweet Rolls – p 57 * Curry Chicken Salad with Toasted Nuts – p 79 * Country Potato Soup with Crumbled Bacon – p 103 * Sausage and Kale Soup – p 109 * White Cheddar Bisque – p 111 * Autumn Butternut Squash Soup – p 113 * Brussels Sprouts Salad – p 115 * Peach Caprese – p 117 * Deviled Eggs – p 133 * Party Queso – p 135 * Baked Brie – p 150 * Sheet Pan Nachos – p 151 * White Bean Hummus – p 153 * Souffled Broccoli Casserole – p 171 * Creamy Squash Casserole with Green Chiles – p 177 * Sour Cream Chicken Enchiladas – p 193 * Chicken Pot Pie – p 197 * Dedication Casserole – p 197 * King Ranch Chicken with Mexican-Style Jicama Salad – p 207 * Mom’s Bulgogi with Cucumber Kimchi Salad – p 240 * Jo’s Fatayar with Lebanese Salad – p 244 * Broiled Honey Thyme Peaches with Ice Cream and Aged Balsamic – p 281 * Chocolate Orange Bread Pudding – p 293
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Mrs. Larson
3.0 out of 5 stars Great recipes used sparingly...
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Cedey Casabella
4.0 out of 5 stars Amazing but not all are created equal. Targets copies have more recipes!
25 April 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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695 people found this helpful
Janessa E. Butterfield
4.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful book (if you can overlook some design flaws)
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