The Mansion on Turtle Creek Cookbook
Mansion on Turtle Creek Cookbook comes to you from the landmark Dallas hotel and restaurant inspired by executive chef Dean Fearing. This cook book from the Texas restaurant contains some the restaurant's most requested recipes. Don't miss this inspirational cooking resource. This is the stunning hardcover and dust jacket edition filled with color photography.
Format: Hardcover and dust jacket, 256 pages
Publisher: Grove Press
Author: Dean Fearing
Description: For more than three decades, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek has set the standard for luxury and Southern hospitality. Royalty, rock stars, presidents, athletes, and visitors from all over the world have been lured to this 1920s- era Italianate villa by a confident and intelligent menu. The iconic heart of the Dallas dining scene, the Mansion Restaurant embodies the traditional Texas spirit of generosity and grace.
The restaurant gained renown in the 1980s when chef Dean Fearing took a regional cliche—Tex-Mex food -- and transformed it into an appreciation of fresh, local ingredients. New Southwestern cuisine was born, and it went on to revolutionize American fine dining. This tradition of culinary excellence thrives today at the Mansion with Michelin-starred chef Bruno Davaillon at the helm.
This cookbook gathers more than one hundred of the best recipes from the Mansion's past and present, including such beloved classics as Tortilla Soup, Red Jalapeno Caesar Salad, and Turtle Creek Pie. But it also features many innovative contemporary dishes such as Grilled Gulf Snapper with Tomatillo-Serrano Vinaigrette and Cornbread Oysters, Roasted Rack of Lamb with Grits Fries, Steak Diane with Queso Fresco Potatoes, and Ruby Red Grapefruit Tart and Avocado Ice Cream. This is food that is true to its regional Texas roots, but is also -- like its many ardent fans -- worldly, modern, and always evolving.
Condition: Good condition. Dust jacket corner has tiny bit of wear.
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