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by Roy Guste Jr.

ePub 100 Greatest New Orleans Creole Recipes, The (100 Greatest Recipes Series) download
Author:
Roy Guste Jr.
ISBN13:
978-1565540460
ISBN:
1565540468
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Publisher:
Pelican Publishing; 1st Pelican ed edition (November 30, 1994)
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Subcategory:
Regional & International
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1777 kb
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1360 kb
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4.6
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646

Within these 100 recipes lies the key to the true flavor of Louisiana�s Creole food: simplicity of process and fresh .

Within these 100 recipes lies the key to the true flavor of Louisiana�s Creole food: simplicity of process and fresh ingredients. In his book, he presents a selection of choice recipes ranging from "Haute Creole" entre�s like daube glace� to hearty red beans and rice. Mr. Guste has simplified the steps of some of the grander recipes. He has tested each one using only four saucepans, a skillet, and the bare minimum of utensils.

Start by marking 100 Greatest New Orleans Creole Recipes, as Want to Read . From "Haute Creole" entrees to hearty red beans and rice, Roy F. Guste's recipes make Creole cooking elegant and effortless.

Start by marking 100 Greatest New Orleans Creole Recipes, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Within these 100 recipes lies the key to the true flavor of Louisiana's Creole food: simplicity of process and fresh ingredients.

In recounting the history of the Cajuns from their Canadian beginnings through their migration south to Louisiana, Theriot conveys the spirit and resolve of a proud community. To know this spirit is to know what drives them to cook with such passion.

Roy Francis Guste, Jr. is a culinary historian and writer. New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Roy Francis Guste, Jr. He is an owner of Antoine's Restaurant, one of the oldest family-run restaurants in the United States. New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Culinary writer Guste came to this field from the best conceivable background: he was the fifth generation in his family to run the legendary New Orleans restaurant Antoine’s, a mecca not only for tourists but for serious eaters as well. In 1978 Guste privately published a book of recipes from the restaurant titled Antoine’s Restaurant since 1840 Cookbook; the volume was picked up by a mainstream publisher for 1980 publication.

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What others are saying. Slow Cooker Cajun Potato Soup - easy potato soup jazzed up with cajun seasoning and andouille sausage. Frozen hash browns, chicken broth, andouille sausage, cajun seasoning,chicken soup and cream chee (Andouille Sausage Recipes). Serve with some crusty bread for an easy weeknight meal! (Think I'll sub some other ingredients, than the canned soup!

Roy F. Guste, Jr. (Author). In this book, Roy F. Guste presents a selection of choice recipes, from drinks to dessert, ranging from Haute Creole entrees like daube glacée to hearty red beans and rice.

From �Haute Creole� entr�es to hearty red beans and rice, Roy F. Guste�s recipes make Creole cooking elegant and effortless. Within these 100 recipes lies the key to the true flavor of Louisiana�s Creole food: simplicity of process and fresh ingredients.

  • I found recipes in this book that I'd hunted for for a long time. This is not a cookbook with complex recipes but one with foundation recipes that I've eaten but have been unable to recreate. Sometimes things get modified too much and they become someone else's idea but can never become your own. These recipes are simple and give you room to insert your taste and creativity. The Bread Pudding Whisky Sauce is such a recipe. I've hunted, mixed and read all sorts of ideas and none of them worked like what I'd tasted in NOLA. The recipe in this cookbook works.

    I will use this book for future cooking however you can't be afraid of butter.

  • I love this cookbook so much that I am buying a replacement as I have worn out the first one over the 10 years I have it. A personal fav is the Jambalya, easy to make and delicious. The recipes give alternatives (chicken instead of shrimp etc) and the range of recipes is huge. If creole is of interest to you, this book will get you started in a great way.

  • Oh my...tried all of the recipes and there is not one that is not delicious. Like the way you can substitute other fish for oysters. Very interesting to read about the restaurants that feature the recipe. You don't need a lot of ingredients to make a true New Orleans dish. Try it...you' like it!

  • Love it!

  • When you leave Louisiana this is a good cook book to take with you. Easy and convent, your new neighbors will enjoy eating with you

  • Great recipe book!

  • I absolutely love to "read" cookbooks, but this one fell very short of my expectations

  • This book has some really good recipes. I am just disappointed that it didn't have photos. I gave it as a gift and the recipient was happy with it.