Supper of the Lamb: A Culinary Reflection

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Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Oct 1, 1989 - Cooking - 288 pages
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Supper of the Lamb is a collection of recipes and essays by Robert F. Capon.


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A feast

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Fr. Capon a delightful name for a cook mixes recipes humor poetry and theology in this treasure of a book. He makes pastry with his own hands and he marvels at the creation which allow us to thicken ... Read full review

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Within seven pages of the beginning, this book had hit my all-time favorites list. Anyone who has ever eaten food, or plans to eat food in the future, must read this book; buoyant, joyful, gritty, delicious, hilarious, and reverent, it richly deserves every accolade. Read full review


Title Page
TWO The First Session
THREE The Burnt Offering
FOUR The Generous
FIVE Wave Breastand Heave Shoulder
SIX The Tin Fiddle
SEVEN Living Water
EIGHT Water in Excelsis
TEN And She Took Flour
ELEVEN Better a Dinner of Herbs
TWELVE The Mysterious East
THIRTEEN Bread to Strengthen Mans Heart
FOURTEEN One Good Turn Deserves Another
FIFTEEN The Long Session
SIXTEEN The Burning Heart

NINE The Suspended Solution

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Robert F. Capon is the author of Supper of the Lamb.

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