Fifty bucks is a lot to pay for a cookbook— even a large-format one with high production values. But you’ll get your money’s worth and more if you spring for Michael Mina: The Cookbook (Bulfinch Press; $50). It’s two books rolled into one, and both sections deliver inventive cooking ideas from one of America’s most gifted chefs. Most of the material consists of the nontraditional dishes Mina serves at Restaurant Michael Mina, his flagship operation in San Francisco. He calls them ...
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