Whether he's setting the scene at his acclaimed restaurant Table 8 in Los Angeles, entertaining the audience on Food Network's Iron Chef America, or designing the menus for Hollywood hot-spots RokBar and L'Scorpion, chef Govind Armstrong knows how to create spectacular menus for occasions of all sizes. As Govind says, small plates encourage people to be more adventurous, to share food, and to enjoy the marriage of flavors and textures. In his first cookbook, Small Bites, Big Nights, he shows you how to put together a menu of small, sophisticated, sexy dishes and pair them with the perfect cocktail. The result? Guests get to enjoy a feast of flavors, and as the host, you'll be able to relax and have fun, instead of spending the whole night in the kitchen.
This hardcover book measures 7 4/5 inches in width by 10 1/5 inches in height. Published April 2007.
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