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For America’s bestselling cookbook author Ina Garten there is no greater pleasure than cooking for the people she loves—and particularly for her husband, Jeffrey. She has been cooking for him ever since they were married forty-eight years ago, and the comforting, delicious meals they shared became the basis for her extraordinary career in food.
 
Ina’s most personal cookbook yet, Cooking for Jeffrey is filled with the recipes Jeffrey and their friends request most often as well as charming stories from Ina and Jeffrey’s many years together. There are traditional dishes that she’s updated, such as Brisket with Onions and Leeks, and Tsimmes, a vegetable stew with carrots, butternut squash, sweet potatoes, and prunes, and new favorites, like Skillet-Roasted Lemon Chicken and Roasted Salmon Tacos. You’ll also find wonderful new salads, including Maple-Roasted Carrot Salad and Kale Salad with Pancetta and Pecorino. Desserts range from simple Apple Pie Bars to showstoppers like Vanilla Rum Panna Cotta with Salted Caramel. For the first time, Ina has included a chapter devoted to bread and cheese, with recipes and tips for creating the perfect cheese course. With options like Fig and Goat Cheese Bruschettas and Challah with Saffron, there’s something everyone will enjoy.

From satisfying lunches to elegant dinners, here are the recipes Ina has tested over and over again, so you too can serve them with confidence to the people you love.

About the Author

Ina Garten is a New York Times bestselling author and the host of Food Network’s Barefoot Contessa, which has won three Emmy Awards. She lives in East Hampton, New York, with her husband, Jeffrey. This is her tenth book.

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

Maple-Roasted Carrot Salad Recipe

   • 2 pounds carrots, preferably with leafy tops
   • Good olive oil
   • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
   • ¼ cup pure Grade A maple syrup
   • 2/3 cup dried cranberries
   • 2/3 cup freshly squeezed orange juice (2 oranges)
   • 3 tablespoons sherry wine vinegar
   • 2 garlic cloves, grated on a Microplane
   • 6 ounces baby arugula
   • 6 ounces goat cheese, such as Montrachet, medium-diced
   • 2/3 cup roasted, salted Marcona almonds

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

Trim and scrub the carrots. If the carrots are more than 1 inch in diameter, cut them in half lengthwise. Cut the carrots in large diagonal slices 1 inch wide × 2 inches long (they will shrink when they roast) and place in a medium bowl with ¼ cup of olive oil, 1 teaspoon salt, and ½ teaspoon pepper. Toss well and transfer to two sheet pans. (If you use just one, they’ll steam instead of roasting.) Roast for 20 minutes, tossing once, until the carrots are tender. Transfer all the carrots to one of the sheet pans, add the maple syrup, toss, and roast for 10 to 15 minutes, until the edges are caramelized. Watch them carefully! Toss with a metal spatula and set aside for 10 minutes.

Meanwhile, combine the cranberries and orange juice in a small saucepan, bring to a simmer, then set aside for 10 minutes.

In a small bowl, combine the vinegar, garlic, and ½ teaspoon salt. Whisk in 3 tablespoons of olive oil. Place the arugula in a large bowl and add the carrots, cranberries (with their liquid), goat cheese, almonds, and the vinaigrette. Toss with large spoons, sprinkle with salt, and serve at room temperature.

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Ladybug
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Tasty stuff.
Reviewed in the United States on January 17, 2017
I don’t normally review cookbooks, but I’ve actually cooked a lot of dinners and snacks from this one, so I figure why not share my thoughts? This is yet another book of recipes from the uber-popular Ina Garten. All of the recipes in here relate to Garten’s... See more
I don’t normally review cookbooks, but I’ve actually cooked a lot of dinners and snacks from this one, so I figure why not share my thoughts?

This is yet another book of recipes from the uber-popular Ina Garten. All of the recipes in here relate to Garten’s husband, Jeffrey, in some way or another. Mildly entertaining stories about their courtship and marriage are sprinkled throughout the book. But the recipes, of course, are the most important part.

The book is divided into six sections: 1) Cocktails, 2) Soups, Salads, & Lunch, 3) Dinner, 4) Vegetables & Sides, 5) Bread & Cheese, and 6) Dessert. There is also a list of “Jeffery’s Favorite Dishes” in the back, followed by a section on Garten’s basic pantry items (i.e., a few pages of fancy Williams-Sonoma-type pictures that make you think you desperately need a food mill, a juicer, a knife sharpener, and every single ALL CLAD pan in existence, even though, psst, you absolutely don’t.)

I’m not gonna lie: the recipes in here are delicious. I still haven’t found one that is even a hint of gross. Rigatoni with Sausage and Fennel…da bomb. Skillet Roasted Lemon Chicken…delish. Herbed Goat Cheese…get out of here with that goodness.

The problem is, the reason all these foods taste so good is because they are LOADED with cream and butter and oil and cheese. It should be illegal to cook like this. And somehow I always end up feeling guilty when I eat her food–like there are going to be consequences for all that tasty. (Oh wait, there are. It’s called heart disease.) Sometimes the food is so rich I feel like I can’t even finish it. After a few bites my body’s like, “Hm, I don’t know about this next one. I just don’t knoooow.” But then I cram it down my throat anyway. At which point it becomes an intestinal issue. Another good title for this book would be Totally Worth-it Diarrhea. Or maybe How to Gain Five Pounds of Stomach Fat in Three Days.

Anyway, there are a lot of good recipes in here. The woman knows how to cook, straight up. But just prepare yourself for significant stomach discomfort and third-trimester-level bloating. I spent about a month cooking from this book and then decided the pleasure just wasn’t worth the pain. I still think about that goat cheese, though…
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Curious EpicureTop Contributor: Cooking
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Not exactly what I was expecting regarding Jeffrey, but so far the recipes have been worth it.
Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2016
I''ve had such consistently good results making Ina Garten''s recipes that I would have felt remiss had I not added this newest cookbook to my collection. While I mostly like it, I have to say that I am a little disappointed in a couple of ways. But first, the good... See more
I''ve had such consistently good results making Ina Garten''s recipes that I would have felt remiss had I not added this newest cookbook to my collection. While I mostly like it, I have to say that I am a little disappointed in a couple of ways.

But first, the good part - the verdict on the recipes I''ve tried so far:
--- Lentils & Kielbasa Salad - I loved this, but, although he liked it, my husband didn''t think it was particularly noteworthy. I liked the idea of cooking the lentils with a whole turnip and clove-studded onion thrown in and thought that it would deliver a flavor punch that I hadn''t tried before, but for my money (and time), I think Alice Waters''s Lentil Salad from The Art of Simple Food: Notes, Lessons, and Recipes from a Delicious Revolution packs just as much flavor with less than half the work. These lentils, with those flavors, along with the heavily mustarded vinaigrette, worked really nicely with the kielbasa and were delicious. I will likely make this again, but Alice''s remain at the top of my lentil recipe list.
--- Maple-Roasted Carrot Salad - We LOVED this salad. So perfect for fall. Although Ina suggests it for lunch or a side, we found that it made a satisfying light supper with a glass of crisp, white wine. My son, who also had it, loved how flavorful it was and even asked me if he could have the recipe! Although the recipe instructs that everything be tossed together, I would have preferred leaving the goat cheese and almonds to be scattered over the top of the tossed vegetables.
--- Spaghetti Squash with Garlic and Parmesan - This is the recipe to try if you''re not sure how to make spaghetti squash. It is similar to Sara Foster''s delicious recipe from Fresh Every Day: More Great Recipes from Foster''s Market , which is made with balsamic vinegar and without garlic. The addition of garlic is a good one. Freshly-grating the Parm is a must. This is yummy.
--- French 75 - a standard recipe for this cocktail, but messing with it would make it something other than a French 75, wouldn''t it? I''m so glad she included this, though. It''s a lovely cocktail that''s not seen often enough.

What disappointed me about the book was that I didn''t feel as though the theme - cooking for Jeffrey - was realized in the way I was expecting. Although some of the recipe descriptions say "Jeffrey likes this" or "Jeffrey and I had this when...", Jeffrey''s favorite recipes appear at the back of the book as a list of dishes, the recipes for which are in Ina''s other cookbooks!
What?
I thought that''s what this cookbook was supposed to be!

In addition, there are a lot of recipes that seem to be little more than variations on recipes from earlier books.
As usual, desserts take up the lion''s share of pages, but as much as I like to complain about that, desserts from Ina''s earlier books (coconut cupcakes, those brownies!) have easily been among the best I''ve ever made.

Bottom line:
There are good recipes here. The first few I tried assured that I will be delving further into these recipes.
I''m not sorry I bought this book, but I do have to say that it was not exactly what I was expecting.
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Ms. V
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Jeffrey ate these recipes early on? No way.
Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2020
Really disappointed with this one. From all of these recipes, I bookmarked only about 7. * though did not include any desserts * I appreciate Ina''s work very much. However, I really don''t think that Ina was serving Jeffrey Kale Salads or naked cauliflower recipes... See more
Really disappointed with this one. From all of these recipes, I bookmarked only about 7. * though did not include any desserts *
I appreciate Ina''s work very much. However, I really don''t think that Ina was serving Jeffrey Kale Salads or naked cauliflower recipes back in the day.
To me, this is more of eating healthy cookbook.
Which is fine, but I already know and have cookbooks on that subject. Tons frankly.
I was expecting recipes that they used throughout their many decades of marriage.
That is definitely not what this cookbook is about.
Perhaps the advertising of what this cookbook is really about, needs to be revisited.
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Jennifer Guerrero
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In the top 3 Ina books. This, Foolproof, and Parties.
Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2016
Terrific book! If you’re an Ina fan you wont be disappointed. This is in my top three Ina cookbooks. I can’t pick a favorite between this, Foolproof, and Parties. If you haven''t tried one of her books yet, you''re in for a treat. One of the things that really... See more
Terrific book! If you’re an Ina fan you wont be disappointed. This is in my top three Ina cookbooks. I can’t pick a favorite between this, Foolproof, and Parties.

If you haven''t tried one of her books yet, you''re in for a treat. One of the things that really makes her stand out is that there are never any scaling or other kinds of errors in her books. You can make a recipe for the first time when entertaining, because her recipes turn out perfectly every time.

Because it’s Cooking for Jeffrey, I was surprised that there were only two chicken dishes in it.

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1) Skillet-Roasted Lemon Chicken p.90 and Roasted Broccolini p.162. Absolutely wonderful, and tremendously easy. 45 minutes, but only about 5 involve the cook.
2) Raspberry Rhubarb Crostata p.205. Yummy, pretty, and a piece of cake to put together.
3) Paella Salad. Delicious Paella. It has kielbasa and curry powder in it, which are on the unusual side. I love the inclusion of olives in it. I used a paella pan as my serving dish, but this recipe is prepared in a Dutch oven. --I ordered the book after I saw this recipe on her show with the same name, but it''s not in the book, so Google it and paste it inside the cover!
4) Roast Chicken with Radishes - p93. Perfection! Flavorful, moist, and a lovely crispy skin.
5) Maple Roasted Carrot Salad - p46. Fabulous fall salad! Delicious, colorful, and unusual. Love this one.
6) Filet Mignon with Mustard and Mushrooms - p104. Love! This is so wonderful and decadent that I should have made it for Christmas or some other really special occasion instead of a random Tuesday. Easy, but I wouldn''t want to scale it up for 12 or anything. I just made roasted asparagus to go with it.
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Fred P.
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Any cookbook by Ina is absolutely aces for one simple ...
Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2017
Any cookbook by Ina is absolutely aces for one simple reason:
If you absolutely follow her directions, you will a successful dish for yourself or your guests - no slip ups! Her offerings are detailed and delicious.
You may proceed with confidence!
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Frances
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Ina Garten has written another wonderful cookbook. But this time
Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2016
As with all her other cookbooks (which I own!), Ina Garten has written another wonderful cookbook. But this time, it''s even better, since we all get a more personal view - pictures and all - of Ina, as she cooks for her the love of her life, Jeffrey.
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Aegis
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I was a little disappointed to find that these are all heavy fall recipes
Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2017
I was a little disappointed to find that these are all heavy fall recipes. I haven''t used book yet since I got it in the spring and it''ll be way too hot for months to make this stuff.
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mary catherine spiller
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Not what I was looking for
Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2018
I love watching Ina Garten and her recipes. I was very excited to get Cooking for Jeffery, but it was not what I was expecting. The recipes just did not seem to fit the title. I guess I was looking for a lot of her recipes from her shows and that was not the case. I still... See more
I love watching Ina Garten and her recipes. I was very excited to get Cooking for Jeffery, but it was not what I was expecting. The recipes just did not seem to fit the title. I guess I was looking for a lot of her recipes from her shows and that was not the case. I still think she is awesome & I love how she tells you exactly how much to use & tips along the way!
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I W England
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Very nice book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2016
This is a really nicely presented book. I bought it because I''m a fan of Ina Garten''s TV programme. I was a little worried that the recipes would be too opulent and she does often push the boat out on the programme, but actually I felt the majority of them are affordable....See more
This is a really nicely presented book. I bought it because I''m a fan of Ina Garten''s TV programme. I was a little worried that the recipes would be too opulent and she does often push the boat out on the programme, but actually I felt the majority of them are affordable. There are some really good family style recipes in the book and I''m looking forward to trying the brisket recipe.
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Rayleighmum
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Buy if you love Ina!!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 18, 2019
Bought for daughter who is an Ina fan. Some of the recipes are really basic (like how to roast vine tomatoes!?) but beautifully photographed and edited book. Lovely background info on both Ina & Jeffrey with some great photos from their private collection
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Finkul
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Better than I expected
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 5, 2017
Better than I expected. The Tomato Tart in particular is brilliant. One of those books where every recipe is worth trying.
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Louis
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Ina Garten (Barefoot Contessa) cookbook.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 4, 2017
This book is packed with recipes and pictures of the delicious meals made by Ina Garten (from the Barefoot Contessa cooking shows).
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Great recipes love her food!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 25, 2020
Great recipes love her food, if you are buying from outside the USA you will need American cup measures or convert the weights
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