Indulgences: One Cook's Quest for the Delicious Things in Life

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
The author of Growing Up on the Chocolate Diet again explores edible pleasures, in this case those that range from apricots (cold cream-of-apricot soup, hazelnut-and-apricot dacquoise) to white truffles (with pasta or scrambled eggs). An indulgence is defined as ``food that is so special that it transcends everyday eating,'' and Brody has more than a passing acquaintance with champagne, fraises des bois, lobster, Roquefort, royal Riviera pears, smoked salmon, tenderloin and white asparagus. The point of Indulgences is not so much the cooking of these high-priced delicacies but the relentlessly civilized ingestion of them. Brody's many encounters with the good life include beluga caviar served on silver dishes and spooned up with gold paddles at Petrossian in Manhattan and a chocolate birthday souffle at the Hotel Cipriani, which sits on its own private island across the harbor from Venice, Italy. Readers who don't mind vicarious thrills will enjoy the pleasant, friendly and frequently funny narrative. Illustrations. (August 26)
Library Journal
Veteran food-writer Brody has written a pleasant book filled with recipes for rich, tasty treats. She aptly calls the featured foods ``indulgences,'' and so they are by virtue of being rare, or difficult to get, or expensive, or all three. The rare category includes such as fraises de bois and mascarpone; the expensive, lobster and white truffles. Depending upon where you live, the difficult to get might include crayfish, or fresh figs. The recipes we tried, such as Jalapeno Surprise (made with peanut butter), were sometimes odd, but good. Recommended where there is demand for the exotic. Johanna Ezell, Mont Alto Campus. Lib., Pennsylvania State Univ.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780316109062
  • Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
  • Publication date: 7/10/1987
  • Edition description: 1st ed
  • Pages: 334

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