As O.O. McIntyre wrote some twenty years ago- ""In a changing world, nothing changes at Luchow's"" where a tradition of...

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LUCHOW'S GERMAN COOKBOOK

As O.O. McIntyre wrote some twenty years ago- ""In a changing world, nothing changes at Luchow's"" where a tradition of hearty hospitality and fine food and flowing steins still draws a faithful clientele of celebrities, gourmets, and just plain trenchermen. This cookbook of their recipes, from sauerbraten to strudel, will enable you to duplicate the dishes served at this restaurant providing you have the talent and the time (and a good butcher). But the right aptitudes in the kitchen, and some robust appetites at your tables will inspire a steady use of this substantial German fare. Prosit.

Pub Date: Oct. 30, 1952

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1952