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Elisabeth Mayer-Browne takes an engaging, conversational approach to her art with commonsense advice about preparing, serving, and even improvising. Best of Austrian Cuisine includes nearly 200 recipes for traditional family favorites, interesting variations, and menus for everyday meals and holidays.
|Mutton and Lamb||30|
|Ground Beef and Pork, mixed||32|
|Liver, Kidneys etc.||41|
|Poultry and Game||45|
|Dumplings, Potatoes, Rice etc. (Beilagen)||71|
|Plain Dishes mainly without Meat||129|
|Small Pastries and Cakes||156|
|Cocktail Titbits and open Sandwiches||195|
|A few tasty methods for using up leftovers||203|
|Typical Austrian Menus||205|
|A Guide to Austrian Wines||209|
Posted January 26, 2006
The recipes in this book are good, but I wish it had some pictures! Having never made some of these dishes before, I was unsure of how things should look. I did, however, find pictures online by searching by the names of the dishes. I also found some Austrian wine online to go with the things I cooked, at winemonger.com.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.