The Cakebread Cellars Napa Valley Cookbook: Wine and Recipes to Celebrate Every Season's Harvest
by Cakebread, Dolores; Cakebread, Jack; Streeter, Brian
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- Very Good/Very Good
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
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BRIAN STREETER has been resident chef at Cakebread Cellars since 1989. After graduating from the New England Culinary Institute, he interned at Domaine Chandon under Philippe Jeanty before coming to Cakebread Cellars. Brian lives in Napa Valley. DOLORES and JACK CAKEBREAD were high school sweethearts who worked together during peach and almond harvests on the Cakebread’s ranch in the 1940s. They bought the Sturdivant Ranch in Napa Valley for a down payment of $2,500 in 1972, and Cakebread Cellars was born. Dolores and Jack live in Napa Valley.
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- Russian Hill Bookstore (US)
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- The Cakebread Cellars Napa Valley Cookbook: Wine and Recipes to Celebrate Every Season's Harvest
- Cakebread, Dolores; Cakebread, Jack; Streeter, Brian
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good
- Jacket condition
- Very Good
- First Printing.
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Ten Speed Press
- Place of Publication
- Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
- Date published
- COOKING SIGNED DOLORES JACK CAKEBREAD NAPA VALLEY
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