Item description for The Food of New Orleans: Authentic Recipes from the Big Easy (Food of the World Cookbooks) by John DeMers...
In beautiful color images and over 70 easy-to-follow recipes, "The Food of New Orleans" introduces a full range of traditional Cajun and Creole recipes, plus many dishes from famous New Orleans restaurants like K-Paul's, Brennan's, and Commander's Palace. Also featured are essays about the culture and history that shaped this authentic cuisine.
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Studio: Periplus Editions
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.12" Width: 8.28" Height: 0.65" Weight: 1.6 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 1998
Publisher Periplus Editions
ISBN 9625932275 ISBN13 9789625932279 UPC 789112051260
Availability 0 units.
More About John DeMers
New Orleans native "John DeMers" is the editor and publisher of regional food magazine, "Texas Foodlover".
John DeMers currently resides in New Orleans Houston, in the state of Louisiana. John DeMers was born in 1952.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Food of New Orleans: Authentic Recipes from the Big Easy (Food of the World Cookbooks)?
Nice pictures, careless recipes Nov 24, 2005
A friend of ours bought this for us as a gift. I'm glad we didn't spend any money on it. Every time we've tried to make any of these recipes, they haven't turned out. I get the feeling most of these weren't tested before they were put into the book.
The Food of New Orleans Jun 1, 2000
I thought the book was a great way of taking the recipes of New Orleans home... Also try reading this book before you go out to dinner in The Quarter... The recipes seem simple enough to execute. Next to Chicago - New Orleans is the Cooking Mecca!
perfect take home for tourists May 13, 2000
Nice photos; good for preserving memories of a visit to NOLA. Otherwise, not of much practical application.
DeMers' collaboration with Jaeger on the later published "New Orleans Seafood Cookbook" is far superior. Save your money and buy the Seafood Cookbook.