Cooking New Orleans Style All Saints Church River Ridge
Cooking New Orleans Style Cookbook compiled by the All Saints Episcopal Church in River Ridge, Louisiana offers recipes for the unique regional style of one of the South's top culinary cities. A blend of a international and Native American cuisines, this community cookbook offers a collection of classic New Orleans recipes.
Format: Softcover spiral bound, 124 pages
Copyright: 1996. Second Printing
Publisher: Episcopal Churchwomen of All Saints', Inc.
Author: Members of the Episcopal Churchwomen of All Saints'
Description: Enjoy the special cooking of a unique city. Cooking New Orleans Style contains 128 pages- of well-tested New Orleans-style recipes, passed from generation to generation by food-loving New Orleanians. Techniques which may be unfamiliar to out-of-town cooks are vividly described.
Included are recipes for blackened red fish by Chef Paul Prudhomme, alligator sauce piquante by Joe Cahn of the New Orleans School of Cooking, and Cajun turkey by Marcelle Bienvenue, columnist for the Times-Picayune newspaper.
Information on customs peculiar to New Orleans, and how they developed, and photographs of the city are included. Buy it! This book, its recipes, and its pictures will be a living remembrance of your visit to New Orleans.
Condition: Good condition.
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