One of the books I’m proudest of having written is Ruhlman’s Twenty: 20 Techniques, 100 Recipes, a Cook’s Manifesto. The publisher, Chronicle, is now promoting it by offering a great deal on the e-book, $3.99. I love the heft of the actual book, but frankly, if I’m looking for the seasoning for my fried chicken or the sauce for the Carolina BBQ, I open up my iPad and search the electronic version.
The book came about when, having a cocktail with an editor, I said, “Bill, there are only twenty things you need to know to cook anything.” He pointed his finger at me and said, “That’s a book!”
And so it was. The electronic version is available using the following links:
If you liked this post on e-Twenty, check out these other posts:
- My recent posts on New Cookbook Ideas, Duck Confit for One, and Next Cookbook.
- Twenty won a James Beard Award and an IACP Award.
- Another great book to have in your kitchen is the Food52 Genius Recipes.
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