Earl Peyroux's Gourmet Cooking

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"Earl Peyroux's 'Gourmet Cooking' is a fascinating and eminently practical book that distills a lifetime of culinary exploration into easy-to-prepare and delicious recipes spiced with the author's informed commentary."
--Stanley Dry, editor, Louisiana Cookin'

Whether your tastes run toward classic Creole and Cajun cooking, terrific seafood, or gourmet French cuisine, Earl Peyroux has the perfect recipes for you.

Since 1977, Peyroux has entertained millions of viewers with his ...

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Overview

"Earl Peyroux's 'Gourmet Cooking' is a fascinating and eminently practical book that distills a lifetime of culinary exploration into easy-to-prepare and delicious recipes spiced with the author's informed commentary."
--Stanley Dry, editor, Louisiana Cookin'

Whether your tastes run toward classic Creole and Cajun cooking, terrific seafood, or gourmet French cuisine, Earl Peyroux has the perfect recipes for you.

Since 1977, Peyroux has entertained millions of viewers with his national PBS television show, "Gourmet Cooking," as well as his many cookbooks. Now, in his seventh cookbook, he presents a combination of show favorites and never-before-seen dishes that all draw on his diverse cooking experiences.

Shrimp Remoulade, Pecan-Fried Triggerfish, and Poularde à la Dijonnaise (Dijon Mustard Chicken) represent the author's extensive culinary repertoire. Serve any of these at your next family meal or dinner party, sit back, and wait for the compliments.

Earl Peyroux's culinary education has been continuous, practically since birth. As a boy growing up in New Orleans, a man living in Pensacola, Florida, and a student at the renowned Le Cordon Bleu cooking school in Paris, Peyroux has never stopped learning how to cook. Fortunately for the rest of us, he enjoys teaching just as much.

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Midwest Book Review
Celebrity chef Earl Peyuroux has taught millions of viewers the joys of gourmet cooking through more than 600 episodes of his national PBS television show. He now offers a combination of show favorites and never before seen dishes designed to please the eye and sate the appeties of his most ardent fans.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781565543232
  • Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/28/1999
  • Pages: 328
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

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