Local Chef Erin Coopey’s debut book, The Kitchen Pantry Cookbook, teaches home chefs how to prepare their favorite pantry staples, naturally. Her simple, easy to follow recipes keep fillers and chemicals out of everyday foods including condiments, nut butters and spreads, salad dressings, stocks, relishes, chips, and dips.
easily tailored to avoid ingredients that diners are allergic to and each recipe features simple substitutions whenever possible, as well as the best way to store the finished product.
A gluten free eater herself, Chef Erin is thrilled to share her recipes with a broad home chef audience and help people eat healthier by eliminating high fructose corn syrup, extra salt, trans fats, modified food starch, and unpronounceable preservatives from their meals.
Chef Erin believes strongly that homemade foods from scratch always taste better and are better for you. Try a spoonful of her creamy, eggy, from-scratch mayonnaise, and friends and family will swear off the salty bland commercial brands for good.
Paperback, 7 x 9 in., 176 pages
Illustrations: 250 color photos
Publication Date: August 2013
Publisher: Quarry Books
About Chef Erin Coopey
Erin Coopey is a chef, writer, food photographer and seasoned cooking instructor in Seattle. After
receiving her culinary degree in Scottsdale, Erin trained at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone. Erin’s recipes have appeared in numerous publications, and she has appeared on several television programs to demonstrate recipes and products. She teaches at South Seattle Community College, PCC Natural Markets, Chefshop.com, Parties That Cook, and privately through the Glorified HomeChef. www.glorifiedhomechef.com
About Quarry Books
Quarry Books provides high-end, beautifully designed, visual inspiration and reference books on
art, crafts, food, pet care, and lifestyle topics for aspiring artists, artisan hobbyists, food enthusiasts, DIYers, and makers. The Kitchen Pantry Cookbook is available: quarrybooks.com, Amazon, Elliott Bay Books, Secret Garden Books and major book retailers.