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by Jack Gillon

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Author:
Jack Gillon
ISBN13:
978-0904265606
ISBN:
0904265609
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Publisher:
Macdonald Publishers Ltd ,Edinburgh; 1st Edition edition (November 5, 1981)
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Nouvelle cuisine, (French: new cuisine ) eclectic style in. .Nouvelle cuisine was also influenced by the Japanese style of food presentation.

Nouvelle cuisine, (French: new cuisine ) eclectic style in international cuisine, originating in France during the 1960s and ’70s, that stressed freshness, lightness, and clarity of flavour and inspired new movements in world cuisine. As renowned San Francisco cooking teacher Jack Lirio quipped to Newsweek in 1975, Without butter, cream, and foie gras, what’s left of French cooking?

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Nouvelle cuisine (French, "new cuisine") is an approach to cooking and food presentation in French cuisine. In contrast to cuisine classique, an older form of haute cuisine, nouvelle cuisine is characterized by lighter, more delicate dishes and an increased emphasis on presentation. It was popularized in the 1960s by the food critic Henri Gault, who invented the phrase, and his colleagues André Gayot and Christian Millau in a new restaurant guide, the Gault-Millau, or LNouveau Guide.

Le menu gastronomique. an interpretation of nouvelle cuisine. Published 1981 by Macdonald Publishers in Edinburgh. French Cookery, Menus. Bibliography: p. Includes index.

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Le Menu Gastronomique is an attempt to depart from the more usual rigid lines of recipe books; indeed, recipes as such are not given here. Instead, the cook will be inspired by the suggested menus, and the detailed discussion of each dish, its components and final effect, and will add his or her own ideas and experience to produce a fine meal. There is sufficient guidance given to enable the reproduction of dishes, without ever specifying quantities or methods; and the discussion and suggestion of possible alternatives should stimulate imagination and invention. A personal selection of suitable wines accompanies each menu. While the book is most unusual in its method of presentation, Dr. Gillon's enthusiastic and discerning prose will be welcomed by serious cooks everywhere. Dr. Gillon avoids the quackery which tends to bedevil the 'nouvelle cuisine' movement. The 'nouvelle' methods discussed here should be seen as reactionary rather than revolutionary, a return to the old values of the quality of ingredients allied to clarity of thinking. Le Menu Gastronomique is a discussion of alternatives, an attempt to encourage creativity and invention. It is about quality, simplicity, and harmony, and the experienced cook will find no difficulty in producing a first class meal following the guidance of Jack Gillon.