To Die for: 100 Gastronomic Experiences to Have Before You Die

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Allen & Unwin, 2005 - Cooking - 177 pages
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In this glorious celebration of food and eating, Stephen Downes, one of Australia.s foremost food critics and food writers, leads readers through the 100 food experiences they must have before they expire, based on his own culinary encounters, and his astonishing food knowledge and expertise. Some of these experiences are as simple and affordable as making and eating homemade mayonnaise, while others are as glamorous as consuming fried fresh foie gras at the Relais de la Poste in Magesq near Bordeaux.
 

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Contents

EATING IN
61
Properly cooked chips
66
A proper beurre blanc
81
Mache
94
PERFECT IQS 1jo
151
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
172
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Stephen Downes is one of Australia's foremost food critics and authors whose professional career spans three decades. The people, places and food he has experienced over the years have shaped his life. Stephen is the restaurant reviewer for Australia's biggest selling newspaper,

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