Zuni Café at 40.

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Zuni Café at 40.

#1 Post by Mark.Ricca » March 7th, 2019, 6:06 am

Nice piece by David Tanis. I'll always regret not getting to eat there while Judy Rogers was alive. I would have loved to meet her. I did buy the Zuni Café Cookbook and it is a fascinating read. The pickled onions are a staple in my fridge.
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#2 Post by Ron Slye » March 8th, 2019, 11:36 am

Also one of my favorite cookbooks. I love their recipes for stock -- and they have an amazing Brassato that I continually tweek. And of course the chicken salad. Like you, I never got there to eat, but the cookbook is still referred to often.

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