The Court of Two Sisters Cookbook

The Court of Two Sisters Cookbook

by Fein, Court of Two Sisters, Mel Leavitt
     
 

A place with an unusual past is set in what was once known as "Governor's Row" on Royal Street. It has been the home of many people, from foreign dignitaries to governors of the colonial period to two Creole sisters who opened a clothing boutique downstairs during the days of Reconstruction. Now a landmark of fine dining, the building known as The Court of Two Sisters… See more details below

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A place with an unusual past is set in what was once known as "Governor's Row" on Royal Street. It has been the home of many people, from foreign dignitaries to governors of the colonial period to two Creole sisters who opened a clothing boutique downstairs during the days of Reconstruction. Now a landmark of fine dining, the building known as The Court of Two Sisters is an integral part of the storied New Orleans atmosphere and home to treasured Creole delicacies. The history, menu, and locale have a special flavor that gives the restaurant a heritage of its own.
In this classic collection, you'll find a full menu of recipes and more than three hundred years of history awaiting you. Create the famous dishes in the comfort of your home, from Oysters Rockefeller to Crabmeat St. Peter to Roast Duck with Cumberland Sauce, or maybe just simmer a pot of gumbo. Cooking Creole cuisine becomes simple and fun thanks to these easy, classic recipes.
Mel Leavitt's insightful discussion of the restaurant, its famous two sisters, and the heritage of New Orleans will whet your appetite. Whether you are a local or a visitor, The Court of Two Sisters Cookbook should satisfy your craving for the taste of New Orleans.

Front-jacket illustration from a painting by Clarence Millet

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781565542068
Publisher:
Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
05/28/1996
Series:
Restaurant Cookbooks Ser.
Pages:
112
Sales rank:
885,317
Product dimensions:
6.27(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.58(d)

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