Champagne & Caviar
Friedman/Fairfax, 1999 - Cooking - 112 pages
What more delightful way to celebrate any occasion -- or no occasion, for that matter -- than with the classic pairing of two sublime tastes: champagne and caviar? Champagne's effervescence complements the delicacy of the roe, making this the perfect combination. Along with lovely photographs, a New York Times food columnist tells the story of these two unique delicacies, and reveals the secrets of just how and why they work so elegantly together.
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