“The Best of Gourmet ~ 1992 Edition” cookbook. Published by Condé Nast Books / Random House in 1992, the cookbook is a hard cover with a dust jacket measuring 8¼ x 11 inches with 343 pages. The book is in very excellent gently used condition, the pages are clean and unmarked, it doesn’t look like it’s been used very much.
Do your holiday menus need a spark of new flavor? This November, treat your guests to a Maryland Thanksgiving filled with American tradition and a dash of spice. Pimiento and Tabasco-seasoned Crab Cakes, peppery Kale-Stuffed Onions, and Spiced Cranberry Sauce are just the lively accompaniments needed to bring the turkey to life! Tired of your typical burgers-and-coleslaw Labor Day barbecue? This year celebrate in style with a garden party featuring international fare. Thai-Style Steamed Dumplings with Coriander Dipping Sauce … Shredded Pork with Tomato Salsa on Tortilla Chips … Olive, Rosemary, and Onion Focaccia … all dress up a Labor Day Cocktail Buffet. Whether it is an autumn fishing picnic in the country, a summer luncheon by the sea, or a formal dinner for the winter holidays, let The Best of Gourmet, Volume VII be your source of year-round dining — with 26 menus and over 500 recipes from which to choose.
This edition of The Best of Gourmet is the largest volume ever, with more than 55 brand-new recipes, and over 80 pages of exquisite full-color photography. Here you will find the best recipes from the 1991 food columns of Gourmet Magazine, and much more! And, an entirely new section, Cuisines of the World, has been added, that will highlight a different cuisine each year. The international celebration begins with The Flavors of France, an exciting foray into French cooking that includes enticing new menus and spectacular full-color photography of the country and its food. Have you ever been tempted to make eclairs but thought the job too daunting? Here you will learn to make not only eclairs, but all of your other French favorites as well — beef bourguignon, a fish terrine, and even an apple tart! The essentials of this outstanding cuisine, including basic recipes and techniques, are presented; then three inviting new menus follow and put these essentials to use. Let Gourmet take you to France, and lead you well on your way to French cooking know-how. Throughout the years Gourmet has been a trusted guide to the art of good living. The Best of Gourmet, Volume VII continues the tradition with style.
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