Published October 1, 1993
by Acadian House Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||188|
Gumbo calls to mind the diverse culinary traditions of Louisiana that, like gumbo itself, are simmered from elements of the many cultures circulating in the state. Drawing historically from French, African, Caribbean, Native American, Spanish, Italian, and other culinary sources, the Creole and Cajun cooking featured in Gumbo embraces the best Brand: Dale Curry. THE GUMBO PAGES BOOKSHOP: Louisiana. This marvelous book is more than a cookbook -- it explores the history and evolution of the cuisine, and puts the food in a historical and cultural perspective, a setting that is unfortunately rare in many regional and "ethnic" cookbooks. One of the most popular Louisiana cookbooks ever. River Road. Gumbo: a Savor the South® cookbook - Ebook written by Dale Curry. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Gumbo: a Savor the South® cookbook. A page hardcover book with more than recipes for the Cajun and Creole gumbo dishes that have made south Louisiana food world-famous. Special sections on the history of gumbo and fil, plus instructions for making rice and gumbo stocks.
This book contains a treasure trove of the absolute best authentic recipes from genuine local South Louisiana people (many of whom have now passed away), that were passed down over generations of Cajuns. This is REAL DEAL. So, if you REALLY want to cook the delicious Cajun gumbo that my mom and grandma used to make, this is THE book for you/5. This is not a cookbook, but In Way Down in Louisiana, native son Todd Mouton introduces you to the s.. $ 32 A page hardcover book containing about Cajun and Creole recipes, plus old photo.. Louisiana Fish Fry Gumbo File 1 oz $ 1 %. Add to Cart-+ MAM PAPAUL'S Red Bean Seasoning $ 2 Excellent cookbook. The authors were the "Underground Gourmet", annonymous food critics for the "Times Picayune" paper in New Orleans through the 60's and 70's. They were closely acquainted with every local restaurant and owner from the finest to the small and little known local haunts and worked on this book, experimenting at home for 12 s: Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Louisiana Gumbo Cookbook at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
Make a roux by whisking the flour and 3/4 cup bacon drippings together in a large, heavy saucepan over medium-low heat to form a smooth mixture. Folks in north Louisiana like a lighter gumbo, but in Cajun country, we like it dark. The ratio of roux to liquid (stock or water) is best to start with 2 heaping tablespoons of roux per quart of liquid to make a medium-thick gumbo. Once it has combined in the pot and thickened, you can always add more to your own taste for a thicker gumbo. The cookbook makes a great accompaniment to a subscription to Louisiana Cookin’. For the Newlywed/Beginner In his previous books, Chef John Besh has focused on exquisite and elaborate Creole dishes, family meals, and the influence of his mentors on his culinary creative process, but in Besh Big Easy (Andrews McMeel, ), he had a different. The Little Gumbo Book ~ 27 Gumbo Recipes Hardcover Hard Back Cookbook Seafood This little book has been loved by its previous owner. Lots of underlining and writing in red ink. Wear to the edges from use and Rating: % positive.