Essential Mosimann Cookbook

Replicate the "cuisine naturelle" recipes of Anton Mosimann at home. His Essential Mosimann cookbook taps into the culinary styles of many countries from Italy to Japan. Mosimann was a Swiss chef and restaurateur and was Maitre Chef des Cuisines at the renowned Dorchester Hotel in London for 13 years. 


Format: Hardcover and dust jacket, 160 pages 

Copyright: 1993 

Publisher: Ebury Press London 

Author: Anton Mosimann and Tiffany Daneff 

ISBN: 9780091753795

Sold Out

Additional Details

Description: The Essential Mosimann lifts the lid off the life of a great chef, charting the places, the people, the events, the foods and the dishes that have shaped Anton Mosimann's career and his own particular style of cooking.  

Every stage of his inexorable move up the rungs of the culinary ladder was meticulously planned. He chose the kitchens in which to work and the chefs from whom he could learn. Often having to live away from his native Switzerland, he happily acknowledges the influence of the cuisines of Italy, North America, Scandinavia and Japan. Each cuisine was explored for culinary inspiration, and each has contributed to the style which is so uniquely his own, whether demonstrated by the cooking in Mosimann's, his London dining club, in his many best-selling cookery books, or in his successful television programmes. 

Illustrated throughout, The Essential Mosimann provides a fascinating glimpse of the melting pot that is the professional kitchen together with the chance to reproduce a mouthwatering selection of Anton Mosimann's own recipes at home. It is a unique insight into a singularly creative world. 


Condition: Bookboards, interior pages and dust jacket are in very nice condition. Dust jacket has very minor shelf wear along the top and bottom edge. 

Continue Shopping

Browse more Vintage, Used and Collectible Cookbooks.