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In the same fun and colorful style that he brings to his Food Network TV show, "Emeril Live", Lagasse offers more than 125 recipes and the chef's ...Show synopsisIn the same fun and colorful style that he brings to his Food Network TV show, "Emeril Live", Lagasse offers more than 125 recipes and the chef's signature "kick-it-up-a-notch" way of making every occasion an over-the-top celebration. Color photos.Hide synopsis
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Description:Fine in fine dust jacket. This book would pass for new! Sewn...Fine in fine dust jacket. This book would pass for new! Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. With dust jacket. 352 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. Like new cookbook with lots of photos of Emeril and lucious dishes. Great addition to any cook or bride's kitchen! Louisana cooking ala Emeril.
Description:Hardback with D/J, internally very good but some creasing to D/J...Hardback with D/J, internally very good but some creasing to D/J. Louisiana recipes for celebrating with family and friends. With restaurants in New Orleans, Orlando, Fla., and Las Vegas, Nev., two shows on the Food Network and five cookbooks, Lagasse is a multimedia phenomenon. This manic, in-your-face cookbook collects Louisiana-style recipes for holidays and events, some familiar (Thanksgiving is to be celebrated with Emeril's Fried Turkey), some local (the New Iberia Gumbo Cook-Off, featuring Gumbo Ya-Ya with sausage) and some purely personal (Lagasse's parents' anniversary with his-and-hers entries: Mr. John's Veal Chops with Smoked Gouda Cheese Macaroni and Hilda's Mahi Mahi with Seasonal Vegetables). There is no shortage of the heavy foods for which Lagasse has become famous: Andouille Corn Dogs and a Roasted Pork and French Fry Poorboy. Lagasse (who admits to being a native of Fall River, Mass. ) also includes plenty of Louisiana shellfish, such as Crawfish Pies, My Way, and Marinated Crab Claws. There are nods to the trendy (Goat Cheese-Stuffed Soft-Shell Crabs with a Pecan-Pesto Butter Sauce) and the trashy (Frito PieAbasically chili poured into a bag of corn chipsAand Sugared Popcorn). Desserts tend toward the goopy and cavity aching, such as his Chocolate Bundt Cakes with Peanut Butter Filling and Chocolate Glaze.
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