The Cookbook


From Culinate

From one of the more highly acclaimed restaurants in San Francisco comes the eponymous Boulevard: The Cookbook, a dramatic, oversized collection of special-occasion recipes: Rabbit Cooked Two Ways, or Sand Dabs Stuffed with Lobster. Full-page photographs accompany several of the recipes, and each main dish is paired with complementary side dishes, enabling the cook to plan an entire dinner easily (it’s the cooking that will take some serious time). It’s a mouth-watering and weighty celebration of food and place, and a window into a beloved institution.

Selected contents

All Books

Dinner Guest

The gamification of cooking

Earning points

Most of the time with cooking and eating, the rules are clear.

Graze: Bites from the Site
First Person

The secret sharer

A father’s legacy

The Culinate Interview

Mollie Katzen

The vegetarian-cooking pioneer


Down South

Barbecue, tamales, cocktails, and more

Local Flavors

A winter romesco sauce

Good on everything

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