Secrets of A New Orleans Chef

Secrets of A New Orleans Chef

Recipes From Tom Cowman's Cookbook

Unknown - 1999
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"In New Orleans Tom Cowman was an institution. These are among his signature dishes: Trout Mousse, Roast Long Island duck, Liver a L'Orange, Lamb Curry, Barbados Rum Trifle, and, la piece de la resistance, Cowman's Chocolate Cake. Featured here are more than two hundred of his great recipes." "Cowman made his reputation at his restaurant in the Maidstone Arms, a resort hotel in East Hampton, New York. In the 1970s he moved to New Orleans. In the two decades that he cooked in the French Quarter and in the uptown district he became so celebrated that, even since his death in 1994, it is natural for his friends to share their favorite stories about him and his famous kitchen."--Jacket.
Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 1999.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (287 pages) : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Cowman, Greg 1947-


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