From spectacular starters to delectable desserts, A Season to Savor: Recipes for Memorable Moments is a new source for gourmet entertaining ideas as well as classic flavorful cuisine. This is a unique collection of innovative and fun recipes to create simple, sophisticated dishes both memorable and delicious.
Building on the success of two award-winning cookbooks, the talented Southern chefs of Marist School introduce a new collection of regional specialties. These fresh and flavorful recipes are ideal for entertaining and are simple to prepare. Exquisite photography illustrates many gourmet selections, time-saving tips and skillfully selected menus.
Unique appetizers range from the intensely flavorful Red Pepper Dip (p. 24) to the comforting creaminess of Polenta Torte with Goat Cheese Sauce (p. 10); and invite creativity in daily meals. The generous selection of main course and side salads shines with Winter Beet, Cucumber and Goat Cheese Salad (p. 29). From there, the devoted parents provide a similarly inspired selection of soups, sandwiches, seafood, meat and poultry, side dishes, brunch and breads, and truly delectable desserts.
An Atlanta institution since 1901, Marist School maintains an unwavering commitment to achievement in all areas through the pursuit of excellence in academic, religious, extracurricular, leadership, and service programs. Situated on a 68-acre campus, the school’s treasured row of pin willow oaks that line the drive are featured on the cover, as interpreted by painter and Marist parent Kathy Wochele. The trees function as a living timeline of student activities, often decorated with the school’s colors or bearing signs for upcoming events.
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