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by Auguste Escoffier,Charlotte Adams

eBook The Escoffier Cookbook and Guide to the Fine Art of Cookery: For Connoisseurs, Chefs, Epicures Complete With 2973 Recipes epub
  • ISBN: 0517506629
  • Author: Auguste Escoffier,Charlotte Adams
  • Genre: Cookbooks
  • Subcategory: Regional & International
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Crown Publishers, Inc.; Food & Wine edition (June 1, 1969)
  • Pages: 923 pages
  • ePUB size: 1675 kb
  • FB2 size 1454 kb
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I've used this book for inspiration and for recipes for grand parties for almost 20 years, and it's still an inspiration.

translation of the definitive Guide Culinaire, the Escoffier Cookbook includes weights, measurements, quantities, and terms according to American usage. Features 2,973 recipes. I've used this book for inspiration and for recipes for grand parties for almost 20 years, and it's still an inspiration. In more practical terms, use this in combination with Pellaprat's Modern French Culinary Art (1966) to help fill in knowledge gaps. Pellaprat cuts some corners, so it's good to have the original to reference.

The Escoffier Cookbook book. While Escoffier may have said that this is not a recipe book, the recipes are delightfully straightforward

The Escoffier Cookbook book. It is a fascinating look at the art of professional European cookery at the beginning of the 20th century. However, to appreciate this book fully, it's important to understand exactly who it was written for. Escoffier's original guide was never for a second intended for the home cook. While Escoffier may have said that this is not a recipe book, the recipes are delightfully straightforward. I have made Cerise jubilee any number of times. His description Wonderfully enjoyable.

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Auguste Escoffier (1946–1935) was a French chef considered to be the father of haute cuisine. Much of his culinary technique was a simplified and modernized version of Marie-Antoine Carême's elaborate style. Escoffier's 1903 text Le Guide Culinaire is still used as both a cookbook and a textbook today. He helped codify the five fundamental "mother sauces" of French cuisine: béchamel, espagnole, velouté, hollandaise, and tomate. Kaiser Wilhelm II called him the "Emperor of Chefs. ISBN 10: 0517506629 ISBN 13: 9780517506622.

Features 2,973 recipes. Manufacturer: Crown Publishers, Inc. Release date: 1 June 1969 ISBN-10 : 0517506629 ISBN-13: 9780517506622.

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The Escoffier Cookbook. and Guide to the Fine Art of Cookery for Connoisseurs, Chefs, Epicures. Features 2,973 recipes

The Escoffier Cookbook. By Auguste Escoffier. Also in International Cookbook Series. See All. About Auguste Escoffier. Auguste Escoffier (1946–1935) was a French chef considered to be the father of haute cuisine. Much of his culinary technique was a simplified and modernized version of Marie-Antoine Carême’s elaborate style. Escoffier’s 1903 text Le Guide Culinaire is still used as bot. ore about Auguste Escoffier.

An American translation of the definitive Guide Culinaire, the Escoffier Cookbook includes weights, measurements, quantities, and terms according to American usage. Features 2,973 recipes.
Comments: (7)
Armin
Covers an amazing variety of subjects: basic principles, sauces, appetizers, soups, entrees (egg, fish, foul, beef, lamb, game, organ meats), salads, vegetables, and desserts. Recipes are brief as understanding of techniques is expected and most recipes build on other recipes as components. For example, many recipes use one or more sauces by reference, but the recipe for each component sauce is found in the sauces section rather than being repeated in each recipe using that sauce. Because this is the American edition it is written in English, however, French culinary terms are liberally sprinkled throughout, so familiarity with those terms will make the book easier to use.
Wafi
Please note that this is an abridged version of Escoffier's famous Le Guide Culinaire. If you want the translated to English COMPLETE version buy the Cracknell- and Kaufmann-edited version instead (click link). Escoffier
Ausstan
This is literally, "The First Cookbook" ever published. Escoffier is responsible for all cuisine as we know today. Most French recipes today stem from the writings in this book. This is a TRUE MUST HAVE in you library if you are a chef or a serious foodie. I have read this book cover to cover, and refer to it frequently for ideas.
It has been released a few times now, and copies can be found here on this site for a cheap price. It is a shame that the book that defines todays cuisine is so cheap. Get a copy, you will not regret it.
Katius
There are plenty of recipes that you can fiddle with and enjoy eating and feeding others. And you can brag about your cooking prowess!!!!
Voodoozragore
Bone broth! Basics! Tuna creme - not just plain old tuna and mayo anymore - this book teaches the basics and allows the cook to take even the simplest foods to another level. A must own!
Leceri
Bought this and a 2nd copy for a friend. We both love to cook and I thought it would make a great addition to both of our cookbook collections.
Dream
This book (which I have owned and given away in the past) is a guide to the basics and the extremes of French cuisine in the past century. Escoffier was the master - everyone who was anyone wanted and needed to know, understand and perfect his methods and techniques. He was always stressed in my culinary training, and it did bring me quite far. I no longer work in commercial food service, but I just had to have this book again, if just not for reference, but for memories as well.

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Probably the best cook book I've ever read. I'm not a professional chef by any means, but my passion for cooking has been accelerated by this book beyond my wildest dreams. I now understand the care and love that is put into every sauce and every base of every meal.

This book takes you back to a time when the food was the most important item on or around the table at a dinner party.

Like a lot of the reviews state, this book is not for the person looking for an exact recipe. It's the base for any great recipe.
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