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#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Cook with confidence no matter how much experience you have in the kitchen with the help of the beloved Food Network star
 
“Garten has kicked things up a level, this time encouraging readers to try more ambitious recipes that are still signature Ina: warm, comforting, homey.”—Chicago Tribune
 
NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY The New York Times Book Review • Food Network • Food & Wine • PopSugar • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution • Country Living • The Feast • Eater • The Kitchn • Delish
 
In this collection of foolproof recipes, Ina brings readers’ cooking know-how to the next level by answering questions, teaching techniques, and explaining her process right in the margin of each recipe—it’s as if she’s in the kitchen by your side guiding you through the recipe. When you make her Cauliflower Toasts with prosciutto and Gruyère, she shows you the best way to cut a cauliflower into perfect florets without getting them all over the kitchen (from the stem end, with the head turned upside-down!) and when making her Red Wine–Braised Short Ribs, Ina shares a fantastic tip for keeping your stovetop clean (roast the short ribs in the oven rather than browning them in a pan on the stove!). You’ll discover dozens more ingenious tips and shortcuts throughout, such as how to set up an elegant home bar, how to peel two heads of garlic quickly, how to use a paring knife to create a pro-worthy pattern on her decadent Chocolate Chevron Cake, and the key to making unbelievably creamy Truffled Scrambled Eggs (add the eggs to the skillet before the butter melts—who knew?!).
 
Both beginners and advanced cooks will love this book filled with new dishes that will become part of your repertoire and practical cooking advice that will give you more confidence in the kitchen. Your friends and family will be so impressed!

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#1 New York Times Best Seller

A Best Book of 2018:
New York Times Book Review
—Amazon
FoodNetwork
—Country Living
—The Feast
—Popsugar
—City Book Review
—The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Eater
Food & Wine
The Kitchn
Delish

"Garten has kicked things up a level, this time encouraging readers to try more ambitious recipes that are still signature Ina: warm, comforting, homey."
Chicago Tribune

"As with everything else Ina has ever produced, this flawless book (her 11th!) is filled with trustworthy recipes that taste delicious and don''t require a culinary degree to make (just a few of her pro tips)."
The Kitchn

About the Author

INA GARTEN is a New York Times bestselling author and the James Beard Award-winning host of Barefoot Contessa, which has won an Emmy Award and airs on Food Network. She lives in East Hampton, New York, with her husband, Jeffrey. This is her eleventh book.

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Crispy Mustard Chicken & Frisee

Serves 4

This is a great summer dinner! I love the interplay of hot and cold—the crispy chicken and roasted fingerling potatoes with the slightly bitter greens and mustard vinaigrette. This hits all the right notes for me.

2 garlic cloves
1 1/2 teaspoons fresh thyme leaves
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 cup panko (Japanese bread flakes)
1 1/2 teaspoons grated lemon zest
Good olive oil
1 tablespoon unsalted butter, melted
1/4 cup good Dijon mustard
1/4 cup dry white wine
1 1/2 pounds bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs (4 large)
1 pound fingerling potatoes, halved lengthwise
12 ounces baby frisée or chicory salad greens (see tip)
Mustard Vinaigrette (recipe follows)

Pro tip: Vinaigrette won''t cling to wet lettuce. Wash and thoroughly spin-dry greens before dressing them.

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.

Place the garlic, thyme, 1 teaspoon salt, and 1/2 teaspoon pepper in a food processor fitted with the steel blade and process until the garlic is finely minced. Add the panko, lemon zest, 1 tablespoon olive oil, and the butter and pulse a few times to moisten the panko. Pour the mixture into a shallow bowl. In another shallow bowl, whisk together the mustard and wine.

Pat the chicken thighs dry with paper towels and sprinkle generously with salt and pepper. Dip each piece first in the mustard mixture to coat the top and bottom and then coat the skin side only in the crumb mixture, pressing gently to make the crumbs adhere. Place the chicken on one side of a sheet pan, crumb side up, and press any remaining crumbs onto the chicken.

Place the potatoes, 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1 teaspoon salt, and 1/2 teaspoon pepper in a bowl and toss. Spread the potatoes on the other side of the sheet pan in one layer and roast both together for 40 to 50 minutes, turning the potatoes once during roasting, until the chicken reaches an internal temperature of 160 degrees. The chicken and potatoes should be done at the same time.

Meanwhile, place the greens on a serving platter. When the chicken and potatoes are done, toss the salad with enough vinaigrette to moisten and place the chicken and potatoes on top, adding any crumbs from the sheet pan. Sprinkle with salt and serve while the chicken and potatoes are still warm.

Mustard Vinaigrette
Makes 3/4 cup
1/4 cup minced shallots
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
1/2 cup good olive oil
1 tablespoon good Dijon mustard
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

Place the shallots, vinegar, olive oil, mustard, 1 teaspoon salt, and 1/2 teaspoon pepper in a small bowl and whisk until emulsified.

Pro tip : To cut onions or shallots neatly, cut them in half and peel them, leaving the root end intact before slicing, chopping, or mincing. Otherwise, you’ll have onions all over your cutting board!

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Cocoa Mascia
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not a worthwhile Cookbook
Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2018
Through Ina Gartnen, I have learned how to make a great chocolat pudding cake, baked eggs, sophisticated cocktails, how to entertain and set a tale. She is a joy to watch on her cooking show. Until this book, Cook Like a Pro (and I have all of her books), she has been a... See more
Through Ina Gartnen, I have learned how to make a great chocolat pudding cake, baked eggs, sophisticated cocktails, how to entertain and set a tale. She is a joy to watch on her cooking show. Until this book, Cook Like a Pro (and I have all of her books), she has been a pro, but this time around, the book is filled with usless recipes where even finding the rubarb, the abundance of figs, cekery root, and would need more eggplant than my super-makret stpcks jn eggplant season. Seriously, Ina, would you really make a celery root and chickpea puree for your guests? I''m a seasoned cook, but have no idea what Shaksbuka is. Lastly, I''m not sure I would prepare vanilla roast rubarb with yogurt...Moscato poached fruit? I hesitate to criticize my cooking guru, so I will agree with another review who stated that Ina Garten must not have written this book. If so, I hope she writes aother good one like all the others in the past. Sorry, but it is not a worthwhile book. TRy Basics, Cooking for Jeffery and Paris...Yum
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Chris
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A MAJOR DISAPPOINTMENT!
Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2018
I have followed Ina for YEARS, and she literally has changed the way I cook and also entertain. So, because of how highly I regard her, I was really looking forward to this new book of hers, and to feel inspired again in the kitchen. This book is so weak on every level, I... See more
I have followed Ina for YEARS, and she literally has changed the way I cook and also entertain. So, because of how highly I regard her, I was really looking forward to this new book of hers, and to feel inspired again in the kitchen. This book is so weak on every level, I actually came away DEPRESSED after reading through it. Really, Ina? This is all you could come up with? A handful of lousy recipes? We all know that Ina Garten can cook like a pro. But this time out? She certainly didn''t write a cookbook like a pro. Awful. And after reading this review of mine? I can''t believe for the life of me that it''s for a new cookbook by one of my heroes.
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Anne
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Pro Tips tend to be common sense with few that are helpful
Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2018
It is difficult not to like Ina Garten from the personality she projects on her cooking show. She and her husband seem to have made an idyllic life with a gorgeous estate in East Hampton, apartments in New York City and Paris, and many friends understandably willing to... See more
It is difficult not to like Ina Garten from the personality she projects on her cooking show. She and her husband seem to have made an idyllic life with a gorgeous estate in East Hampton, apartments in New York City and Paris, and many friends understandably willing to converge in their newish “barn” to chow down on some good eats.

Ina’s cookbooks are based on a winning formula: easy high caloric recipes that are often winners and are accompanied by a plethora of glorious photographs provided by Quentin Bacon. She has often given credit to the late Anna Pump as a major inspiration and her cookbooks reflect the influence of Anna, Sarah Leah Chase, and The Silver Palate recipes. And that is a good thing. She cooks the way I like to cook and many of her recipes have been often repeated.

I own all 11 of her cookbooks and am often asked which one to buy. My answer is always “her first book.” Each successive book was less than the previous and the recipes were increasingly redundant. That is, an ingredient was swiped out and replaced for another in a subsequent book. This was happening much too often. Also, books were given theme titles—Back to Basic, How Easy is That?, Make it Ahead, Cooking for Jeffery, etc.—that seemed to have little to do with the books.

The most recent book Cook like a Pro is the weakest of her books. The recipes are uninspiring and the “Pro” theme is lame. Ina doesn’t claim to be preparing you to walk into a restaurant and fit in as a professional cook, however, the pro tips are steps most of us are already taking.

For instance, on page 44 is the heading Measure like a Pro with photos on the opposite page of measuring cups and a scale. This is where I would expect her to sing the praises of weighing ingredients vs. using measuring cups, but the photo’s caption simply states “Use a scale to accurately measure weights.” None of her recipes provides weights in addition to measuring by volume.

One of the most important steps a professional cook utilizes is mise en place. This refers to the French preparing and assembling all the ingredients prior to cooking or baking. The photograph on page 56 shows some of the ingredients gathered onto a half-sheet pan. The photograph on page 176 with the caption “Prep your ingredients in advance and check to make sure you’ve included every one” captures mise en place. But I wish more of the pro tips had really been that.
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karen m burke
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I’m still Impressed Ina
Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2018
Because it’s not original material, what she did was try to teach in this book not just dribble out 80 recipes that people will never cook! I was really impressed with it, it’s better than Cooking for Jeffrey
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prisrob
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Translating How The Pros Cook
Reviewed in the United States on October 23, 2018
This is the 11th cookbook I have from Ina Garten. In this cookbook, Cook Like. Pro, Ina’s goal with this book is “to ensure that everything you cook looks and tastes like it was ‘homemade by professionals!’” Ina is not obsessed with perfection, her recipes have an easy sort... See more
This is the 11th cookbook I have from Ina Garten. In this cookbook, Cook Like. Pro, Ina’s goal with this book is “to ensure that everything you cook looks and tastes like it was ‘homemade by professionals!’” Ina is not obsessed with perfection, her recipes have an easy sort of feeling. There are tips and suggestions to make the food the best.

This cookbook came together after she was asked how do you cut cauliflower so it does not get all over the kitchen. A light bulb moment, aha, people want to know how to prepare food in the best manner. And, so, Ina shares with us how to cut cauliflower. She does a lot of things in her cooking with instinct, and she realized if we knew how to do things right, we would feel more confident about our cooking. Ina relates that she is still anxious about her cooking, she wants everything done the best she can.

If you follow Ina’s blog or instagram, she has shared several recipes from this book. The right method to cut cauliflower is included. A tomato and avocado salad with her wonderful lemon vinaigrette. I use this vinaigrette on most of my salads. I particularly like it on her orzo with roasted vegetables, which is where I first found the recipe. And, then her fig and ricotta cake, I used peaches, since I did not have access to fresh figs. One of the best cakes I have tasted.

Ina gives us her recommendations for good cooks to follow, one is Bobby Flay. She tells us he is intuitive, smart and his food is extraordinary. Ina is a fan of most cooks, and that is one place she was able to pick up her confidence in using her kitchen skills.

This cookbook has it all, recipes you will want to try, beautiful photographs of the food, tips and advice for most recipes. Ina is a pro at translating what the pros do, one interviewer said. Ina is one of my favorite cookbook authors, and I watch her shows on Food Network.

Recommended. prisrob 10-23-18
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jenlind
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Sadly, Ina is not a limitless font of delicious recipes.
Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2018
I have every one of Ina’s cookbooks. The photography never disappoints, which is why this review gets 2 stars from me. However, the recipes in Cook Like a Pro are uninspired. After her first few cookbooks, which were packed with recipes I wanted to try, the subsequent ones... See more
I have every one of Ina’s cookbooks. The photography never disappoints, which is why this review gets 2 stars from me. However, the recipes in Cook Like a Pro are uninspired. After her first few cookbooks, which were packed with recipes I wanted to try, the subsequent ones either contained retreads of old recipes or recipes that I wouldn’t make.

The only recipe that interested me in this book was the lemon ricotta pancakes with fresh figs. Even with this recipe, I’d sub out the figs for blueberries.

Ina appears to have mined all of her recipe ideas in her previous books.
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Flower
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Disappointed
Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2018
This was the worst cookbook. I love all of her cookbooks, but the last two have lost me. I almost feel like they were publisher demand books. I would not cook anything from this book. I am returning mine, which says a lot. I would usually keep it for my collection. I... See more
This was the worst cookbook. I love all of her cookbooks, but the last two have lost me. I almost feel like they were publisher demand books. I would not cook anything from this book. I am returning mine, which says a lot. I would usually keep it for my collection.
I would really like to see a book discussing table settings, what one should buy or rent. Ina does the most simple beautiful stuff and it would be nice to see how someone can do it it with a normal budget....example 15-20 dollar floral arrangement. I would also like more simple elegant home meals with easy to find products.
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MDM
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I’d be hard-pressed to give Ina a bad review
Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2018
She taught me how to cook, for heaven’s sake! I will say, however, that when taken as a whole, these recipes are a departure from what she’s written about in the past. Maybe that bothers people. Even so, there was a run on Creme Fraiche at my FL grocery today. The woman in... See more
She taught me how to cook, for heaven’s sake! I will say, however, that when taken as a whole, these recipes are a departure from what she’s written about in the past. Maybe that bothers people. Even so, there was a run on Creme Fraiche at my FL grocery today. The woman in dairy was puzzled, and I had to laugh. She said at least 5 people had asked for Creme Fraiche today. Thank you for tonight’s great dinner and tomorrow’s Dijon chicken dinner, Ina.
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Evelyn B. Pinkham
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Delicious, as always
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 15, 2019
Just received this new book of Ina''s and right out of the box I chose her recipe for Filet of Beef. OMG! Fabulous. Ina never disappoints. Can''t wait to dive into Shrimp and Grits this weekend! Please take note of something concerning kosher salt. If you have any other brand...See more
Just received this new book of Ina''s and right out of the box I chose her recipe for Filet of Beef. OMG! Fabulous. Ina never disappoints. Can''t wait to dive into Shrimp and Grits this weekend! Please take note of something concerning kosher salt. If you have any other brand besides Diamond Crystal, reduce the amount you use.
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Sianishoe
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Expensive ingredients
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 29, 2018
I ordered this book as I love the Barefoot Contessa shows and have always wanted to get one of her books. I was so disappointed when it arrived, whilst it is a lovely book I wouldn''t be able to use it as the ingredients in a lot of the recipies are way out of my price...See more
I ordered this book as I love the Barefoot Contessa shows and have always wanted to get one of her books. I was so disappointed when it arrived, whilst it is a lovely book I wouldn''t be able to use it as the ingredients in a lot of the recipies are way out of my price range. Food writers really need to be aware that most people don''t have a bottomless pit of money and are on tight budgets.
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Mrs Cheryl Collins
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Just love these books.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 23, 2020
I now have four of Ina’s books and another ordered. I have read and used these over the years with great pleasure.
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Jan Page
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Ina does it again!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 9, 2019
Another great book by Ina, lovely recipes, easy to follow and yummy pictures.
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Thankfully I bought thisdiscounted
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 4, 2018
With a title like cook like a pro I expected a higher level and standard of content. It lacks in all areas and is not of the quality of her previous books. If I had know of the content I certainly would not have purchased this item, that’s why it’s best to put realistic...See more
With a title like cook like a pro I expected a higher level and standard of content. It lacks in all areas and is not of the quality of her previous books. If I had know of the content I certainly would not have purchased this item, that’s why it’s best to put realistic reviews in place. This one is to be sent to the charity shop.
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