James Beard's theory & practice of good cooking

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Knopf, Mar 1, 1977 - Cooking - 465 pages
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Detailed commentaries on all the basic techniques of cooking are followed by recipes that lavishly apply the principles of boiling, roasting, broiling, braising, sauteing, frying, and baking

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Contents

Good Cooking Needs Good Tools
13
Boiling
15
Roasting
64
Broiling and Grilling
104
Braising
139
Sauteing
172
Frying
215
Baking
234
Thickeners and Liaisons
299
Noncooking
322
Chilling and Freezing
351
Cooking Terms and Methods
377
The Concordance
379
Carving
437
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About the author (1977)

Beard is the dean of American cookery.

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