Great Potato Recipes Cookbook

September 16, 2012 0 Comments
Discover the secrets to preparing great potato recipes at home with the help of the Reluctant Gourmet
& Chef David Nelson

“We’ll Show You the Best Way to Bake, Fry, Roast,
Grill & Sauté Your Favorite Potatoes With
Step-By-Step Instructions In Over 100 Recipes”

As the Reluctant Gourmet, I have been helping home cooking enthusiasts learn how to cook and prepare great meals on my web site for over 10 years.

Now I’ve asked Chef David Nelson, a professional chef for over 30 years, to help me put together this eCookbook with over 100 of the most popular potato dishes and dozens of helpful tips and techniques used in professional kitchens.





“What a wonderful book filled with everything we need to know about potatoes! I can’t wait to just work my way through every recipe. The way you laid out the sections of methods for preparing the potatoes makes for such an easy progression through all the dishes……I didn’t even know I needed a book like this…but, I sure do!”

Chef Jean Denham, CC
a Chef’s Journey

Everything You’ll Ever Need To Know About Cooking Potatoes!

Dear Cooking Enthusiast,

If you ever wanted to learn more about preparing classic and inspiring potato dishes, the same way they’re made by professional chefs, read on. Did you know there is a right way and wrong way for boiling potatoes for mashed potatoes? Or that restaurants have there own secret ways to make perfectly baked potatoes.

And let’s talk about French Fries…how do the restaurants get them so delicious without tasting greasy. There are tips and techniques that we will share with you so you can prepare potato dishes at home with the same results. Learn how to make “Beach Fries”, “Ranch Fries”, “Wasabi Dusted French Fries” and “Good Old Fashioned Oven Fries”.

There are lots of ways to cook potatoes and in The Reluctant Gourmet’s Guide to Great Potato Recipes, Chef David Nelson and I will show you with easy to follow instructional recipes and chef’s tips how to become proficient in the following cooking methods:

  • Baked Potatoes
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • French Fries
  • Oven Roasted Potatoes
  • Twice Baked Potatoes
  • Oven Roasted Potatoes
  • Potato Salads
  • Potato Casseroles
  • & much more

More of what you will learn in The Reluctant Gourmet’s Guide To Great Potato Recipes

  • Frying the Perfect French Fry
  • How to Bake the Perfect Potato
  • Potato Casseroles
  • History of the Potato
  • Potato Varieties
  • Cooking Methods
  • Potato Gnocchi
  • How to Broast Potatoes
  • Classic Potato Salads
  • Sweet Potatoes
I have long been a fan of Reluctant Gourmet’s no nonsense approach to cooking. This book takes a very comprehensive look at the potato, from its history, to nutritional value to a very detailed description of baking the perfect potato. RG and Chef Nelson explore a wide range of potato possibilities, from appetizers to desserts, from the familiar to the exotic and from simple to spectacular presentations.

Perhaps one of the most useful aspects of this cookbook are the Chef’s Tips that are dispensed liberally throughout the book. These tips will give you insight into the way chefs think and will inspire you to push your own culinary envelope. If you are a potato lover and enjoy The Reluctant Gourmet’s ability to demystify cooking, look no further than The Reluctant Gourmet’s Guide to Great Potato Recipes.

Chef Jennifer Field

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From The Reluctant Gourmet and Chef David Nelson

The Reluctant Gourmet

“I love potatoes and thought I knew most ways of cooking them…that was until I hooked up with Chef Nelson who offered me some of his many years of professional experience.

I knew if we took Chef Nelson’s cooking knowledge and my combined it with my home cooking approach, we could turn out an awesome eCookbook that would be a great source for other home cooks wanting to learn some new potato recipes & techniques to prepare them.”

Chef David Nelson

“When the Reluctant Gourmet, a friend of many years, asked me to co-author a cookbook with over 100 potato recipes, I thought he was crazy! Why would anyone pay for a cookbook about potatoes with so much information available on the web. Then I did some extensive research and found that there are a LOT of bogus recipes available on the internet and most of the really bad ones have been pirated from one site to the next.

We thought if we did all the research and answered as many questions as we could about the subject, it would warrant a space in your recipe database. I have always said that if you find one really great recipe in a cookbook, it was worth whatever you paid for the book. Here we give you over 100 great recipes that you will use for a lifetime!

Wait, there’s still more…..

Advantages of buying an eCookbook

  • Instant Download
  • No Shipping & Handling charges
  • Convenience – print it out and take it to the kitchen. No more messing up your cookbooks while cooking.
  • Easy Search – looking for that particular step in the recipe? Just let your computer search for it using keywords.
  • Space Saving – save some room on your bookshelves for your other favorite books.
  • Lasts Forever – you will never loose it because it’s stored on your computer.

How Do I Read an eCookbook? (System Requirements)

This cookbook can be viewed with the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here now to download.

The Reluctant Gourmet’s Money-Back Guarantee

I want you to be completely satisfied with The Reluctant Gourmet’s Guide to Great Potato Recipes so I am willing to offer you a 100%, no questions-asked, ironclad money-back guarantee.

If for any reason, you aren’t satisfied with your purchase, just contact me within 30 days and I’ll refund 100% of your purchase price.

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