The Palm Restaurant Cookbook

The Palm Restaurant Cookbook: The Classic American Steakhouse presents recipes from one of the most popular restaurants in the U.S. This celebrity haunt is legendary and built to multiple locations spanning multiple cities. Here are over 125 recipes and stories from the classic American steakhouse The Palm. 


Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 208 pages. 

Copyright: 2003 

Publisher: Running Press 

Author: Brigit Legere Binns 

ISBN: 9780762415830

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Description: A classic steakhouse, a superb Italian-American restaurant, and a power-lunch mainstay, the Palm is the oldest family-owned, white tablecloth restaurant group in the country, with 28 locations in 24 cities, overseen by third- and fourth- generation descendants of the originators. 

Since the first restaurant opened in New York City in the 1920s, the Palm has earned a reputation as a premier eatery where celebrities, tourists, and city natives go to see and be seen while enjoying dependably delicious food served in hearty portions. Caricatures of prominent customers decorate the walls, and the servers are likely to have worked there for a decade or more. 

Now, after decades of perfecting and personalizing its cuisine, the Palm unveils the techniques that make its steaks and chops so delectably juicy, its pastas so authentic, and its desserts so irresistible. The secrets behind some of the most requested dishes are revealed to author Brigit Legere Binns by executive chef Tony Tammero and other Palm chefs, with recipes for Steak a la Stone, Monday Night Salad, Veal Martini, Clams Oreganato, and Gigi Salad. Each dish has a history, and these pages overflow with real-life stories, celebrity anecdotes, and vivid characters, revealing the soul of a business that has prospered while remaining true to the original owners' credo: "Exceed the customer's expectation, and treat everyone who walks through our door as if they are family." 

With over 125 recipes, The Palm Restaurant Cookbook captures the experience of these extraordinary restaurants and brings their very special flavors into the home kitchen. 


Condition: Good condition. 

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