The Food of New Orleans: Authentic Recipes from the Big Easy
The Food of New Orleans: Authentic Recipes from the Big Easy captures the culinary magic of this exciting city. Here you will find recipes from New Orleans, as well as dishes from some of the city's top restaurants like Brennan's, Arnauds, Andrea's and Commander's Palace.
Format: Hardcover, 143 pages
Author: John DeMers
Description: New Orleans is a city that knows how to celebrate and that knows how to eat. The birthplace of Cajun and Creole I cooking, it has a culinary history that goes back to European roots over two centuries old. Building on this rich tradition, the city's innovative new chefs are taking America's favorite regional cuisine to new heights.
This complete volume offers the best traditional recipes of New Orleans as well as contributions from the city's best restaurants -- Arnaud's, Commander's Palace, K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen, Brennan's, Bayona, The Bistro, and Mike's on the Avenue -- to name only a few.
Magnificent photos and detailed explanations about ingredients and cooking techniques make The Food of New Orleans a perfect guide to the food and culinary lore of the Big Easy.
Condition: Good condition.
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