The Burger Meisters: Americas Best Chefs Give Their Recipes for America's Best Burgers Plus the Fixin's

The Burger Meisters: Americas Best Chefs Give Their Recipes for America's Best Burgers Plus the Fixin's

by Marcel Desaulniers, Jennifer S. Markson
     
 

In this lushly illustrated volume, 46 amazing chefs turn their professional imagination to the humble burger. What results is a fabulous collection of more than 130 recipes for delectable burgers and side dishes. Enjoy the luxury of a Salmon Burger served with Fennel and Red Onion Salad and Sweet Potato Fries, or surprise your guests with an Aztec Burger for desert … See more details below

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In this lushly illustrated volume, 46 amazing chefs turn their professional imagination to the humble burger. What results is a fabulous collection of more than 130 recipes for delectable burgers and side dishes. Enjoy the luxury of a Salmon Burger served with Fennel and Red Onion Salad and Sweet Potato Fries, or surprise your guests with an Aztec Burger for desert - assembled with Chocolate Buns and Rubblechuck Fries, and served with Raspberry Relish, it is a chocoholic's dream!

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Working in cahoots with more than 40 graduates of the Culinary Institute of America, chef Desaulniers (himself a Culinary Institute alumnus) visits and revisits the humble burger in this compact and amusing book. Jenifer Lang, for example, owner of New York City's Cafe des Artistes, suggests hamburger a la Lindstrom--a rich, Scandinavian-influenced concoction calling for beets, potatoes, fried onions and dilled sour cream. Carolyn Berghoff, a Chicago caterer whose family has been well known in that city for generations of cooking, serves up the Chicago beer burger. Other hamburger accents include Italian; American Southern; and even a ``rabbit burger'' (contributed by Robert Dickson of Charleston, S.C.). The opportunities are lavish and beguiling, if sometimes a bit rococo. (June)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780671865382
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster
Publication date:
06/01/1994
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
9.32(w) x 9.36(h) x 0.63(d)

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