Butchery. The Ultimate Guide to Butchery and Over 100 Recipes - Luis Robles, Vanessa Ceceña - PARUTION 7 NOVEMBRE 2023
Unpack the full culinary potential of meat with Butchery.
Calling all carnivores. This at-home butchery cookbook is the authoritative guide to preparing beef, poultry, pork, fish, lamb, goat, and more. Learn how to break down various proteins, from a whole pig to a side of beef and everything in between. With step-by-step instructions, photographs, and a thorough guide to tools, techniques, and handling, this is the only meat cookbook you’ll ever need.
Inside you’ll find:
- Over 150 easy-to-follow, meat-centric recipes
- An illustrated guide to key butchering techniques
- Stunning original photography that will inspire you to make these mouthwatering meals
- Chapters designed specifically for beef, pork, fish, lamb, goat, and poultry
- Extensive descriptions of how to carve cooked meat
- Sides, salads, and accompaniments that take your meat to the next level
Take a detailed look at the diverse approaches and influences that have shaped meat in culinary traditions around the world. Choose the best cuts, hone your butchering skills, and perfect your techniques. With expert advice, you’ll cook to perfection every time. Change the way you think about meat with Butchery.
Luis Robles is a chef based in Los Angeles. Born and raised in East Los Angeles to Mexican immigrants, he began by washing dishes in 1998. Robles works with chefs across the country and abroad, and has held chef positions at The Disneyland Hotel, Patina Restaurant Group, Bon Appétit, and Wolfgang Puck Catering. Cooking for special events are creative opportunities, such as the Food & Wine Festival, the 2010 Winter Olympics, and the annual Governor’s Ball at the Academy Awards. In 2016, he was a presenter at the MAD Symposium.
As an Associate Professor of Culinary Arts at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College, Robles teaches whole animal butchery and oversees a restaurant open to the public. He is inspired by the resilience of his students at the inner-city community college. Teaching future generations of cooks the skills for culinary success is his passion.