NEW ORLEANS COOK BOOK by Lena Richard
Kirkus Star

NEW ORLEANS COOK BOOK

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

A famous New Orleans cateress shares her culinary secrets in a honey of a cookbook. Anyone who has been in New Orleans homes -- and the justifiably renowned restaurants, has wistful memories of crawfish bisque, of baked turtle, of sauces that are not duplicated anywhere else in this country, of gumbos and pecan pies and all sorts of things that tickle the palate and spoil the figure. Here's a road map to them for your own kitchen. I'm taking a few days off to experiment.

Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin