Junior League of New Orleans Cookbook - Crescent City Collection

Junior League of New Orleans Cookbook - Crescent City Collection is an elegant cookbook that features the League membership's favorites, plus dishes from over twenty-five local restaurants. In all, you'll find 250 recipes that are sure to make your mouth water and have your guests asking for more. Chicken and Dumplings, Crown Roast of Pork with Apple Stuffing, Coconut and Peanut Rice, Cornmeal Waffles with Wild Mushroom Ragout and Praline Gateau au Cafe, are some of the standout dishes inside the Crescent City Collection Junior League cookbook. 

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Format: Hardcover and dust jacket, 253 pages 

Copyright: 2000. First printing 

Publisher: The Junior League of New Orleans, Inc. 

Author: Members of The Junior League of New Orleans 

ISBN: 9780960477401

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Description: Crescent City Collection: A Taste of New Orleans presents culinary and historical traditions, lovingly passed down from generation to generation. 

Gene Bourg, former restaurant reviewer for the Times-Picayune, expresses our passion: "New Orleanians have their own scale of cultural values, but none is more deeply imbedded in the municipal psyche than food." 

Over 250 recipes from members of the Junior League of New Orleans, contributors, and over twenty-five famous local restaurants symbolize the continuously evolving cuisine. 

Standards such as Red Beans and Rice, Seafood Okra Gumbo, and Bananas Foster arc joined by dishes with new twists: Fried Crawfish Remoulade on the Half-Shell, Dixie Brisket, Shrimp Succotash, and Streetcar Strata. Lively culinary sidebars cover topics from Creole tomatoes to how to make a roux to recipes for popular New Orleans cocktails.  

Intertwined with the culinary offerings are fascinating narratives of JLNO Show Houses by Robert J. Cangclosi, Jr., A.I.A. 

Explore the architectural styles and anecdotal tales and enjoy photographer David G. Spielman's artistic views into some of the most elegant private homes in New Orleans. 

The rich, colorful heritage of the Crescent City is displayed in non-culinary sidebars. 

Did you know that Spanish moss is a member of the pineapple family, or that Carrollton was once a separate city?  

Crescent City Collection: A Taste of New Orleans brings a mosaic of culinary cultures past 

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Condition: Very good condition. 

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