Food Network’s Ina Garten talks Thanksgiving tips and favorite recipes
Food Network’s Ina Garten shares her Thanksgiving tips and favorite recipes
By Movieguide® Contributor
Ina Garten, star of Food Network’s THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA, believes simplicity is the key to hosting a great dinner, and Thanksgiving is no different.
“Cooking is hard!” Garten He said In an interview with Coveteur. “I never worked in a restaurant, I never went to culinary school, and actually, I think that helped me write a cookbook because if a recipe was too complicated or time-consuming, I would never get around to it.” I would do it again, and I think others feel the same way.
Ironically, the best-selling cookbook author, known for her “friendly” recipes, has admitted that she is not a “confident cook”.
kovitor books As she approached the kitchen:(The recipes) are clear, precise, thoroughly tested, and don’t require 1,000 different ingredients from different specialty stores. If you pick up one of her books without having ever cooked anything in your life, you can easily try one of the recipes and end up with something delicious.
“In times of financial and political stress, there’s something about a hamburger and a Coke or a big bowl of beef stew that makes us feel better.” James Beard Award-winning television host described Recipes in the “Modern Comfort Food” cookbook released during the pandemic. “They are not fictional, quite the opposite. It’s familiar, delicious, and soul-satisfying. In other words, they are comfort food.
Nostalgia also affects some of her favorite recipes, including the pea soup her mother used to make.
“(to cook) It wasn’t something she liked to do. When she made dinner, she cooked just to put dinner on the table He said. “When I was a kid, I always wanted peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and she would never let us have that. It had to be about plants, and it was all about nutrition.
Garten’s offbeat approach to everyday cooking carries over to Thanksgiving, too.
“Thanksgiving to me is just a classic.” He said. “There’s a Tuscan turkey roulade at (Modern Comfort Food) that’s a boneless, grass-fed turkey, and it’s nice to not have to carve a turkey. Don’t you hate it when you dress up for Thanksgiving and then you have to carve that turkey in front of everyone?
In preparation for the holiday, Garten shared a series of recipes on Instagram for her followers to try for Thanksgiving feasts.
“My dear friend Anna Bump used to say, ‘No one remembers what you serve for dinner, but they always remember dessert!’ Garten to publish Plus a link to recipes for Bourbon Chocolate Pecan Pie, Apple Pie Bars, and Pumpkin Mousse Parfait.
When asked if she had asked her husband Jeffrey Garten, known for appearing on her show, to test recipes for her, she replied: Jokingly“(A) tester, he loves everything. He’s like, ‘Oh, this is the best thing I’ve ever made!'” He says that all the time.
She recently posted a birthday greeting along with a collage of old photos of her husband.
“Even with terrible things happening in the world, we need to celebrate the joys of everyday life,” she said. books. “Happy birthday to my dear husband Jeffrey. I’ve been madly in love with you for almost 60 years and I’m just getting started.
“I appreciate seeing those in the industry who support Christian values.”
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