Books by Burt Wolf

EATING WELL by Burt Wolf
FOOD & COOKING
Released: Aug. 1, 1992

Timed to accompany his new PBS show of the same name, this latest grab bag from TV-chef Wolf (What's Cooking, 1989) starts off in a typically random manner with an unprepossessing Senate bean soup (already represented in who knows how many cookbooks) and then another soup dish composed of fried catfish, bread-and-catfish dumplings, and vegetable matchsticks that comes from a Salzburg hotel whose chef claims it was Mozart's favorite. Read full book review >

WHAT'S COOKING by Burt Wolf
Released: Feb. 17, 1989

Another TV chef's eclectic and unintimidating mix of American and international dishes, from blackened fish and apple pandowdy to Mandarin chicken salad and Irish coddle—with a fair share of hybrids such as Alamo burgers in pita bread and ratatouille made with V-8 juice. Read full book review >