One thing that many people feel that they cannot do, is cook. Peter Hertzmann wants you to know that anyone can cook.
Of course, Peter is a professionally trained chef with decades of experience but he’s also a world class educator.
A Simple Ingredient Made Complicated?
The purpose of 50 Ways to Cook a Carrot is not to leave you shaking your head in confusion over the variety of ways to turn an orange vegetable into food.
It’s meant to show you that if you can master 50 different ways of cooking a single (and simple) ingredient – you can cook absolutely anything and you can do it well.
50 Ways To Cook A Carrot?
And yes, there are, indeed, 50 different methods of carrot culinary excellence within the pages and as you might imagine, there are quite a few that you won’t have tried before.
His advice on each method is direct and simple and it’s meant to be put into action in your kitchen.
For example, it’s useful to know that you need a solution of 3% salt to pickle a carrot but it’s even more useful to know how that’s done – Peter’s got you covered.
If you’re looking to improve your culinary skills this year or if you really love carrots, and we do, then Peter’s book is an excellent addition to your bookshelf.