Wolfgang Puck Cookbook: Recipes from Spago, Chinois, and Points East and West

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Random House Publishing Group, May 26, 2010 - Cooking - 320 pages
Wolfgang Puck is one of the world’s leading cooks and restauranteurs. The Wolfgang Puck Cookbook takes its inspiration from his famous Los Angeles restaurants Spago and Chinois on Main. Puck delights in blending the East with the West, creating innovative dishes inspired by the cuisines of France, Italy, and the Orient. Issued for the first time in paperback, the Wolfgang Puck Cookbook details over two hundred of the triumphant and wholly original creations that have earned Puck the acclaim of his fellow chefs:

Praise for Wolfgang Puck Cookbook

“It is a modern classic.”—Craig Claiborne
 
“The recipes in this book reveal the confident and exuberant palate of Wolfgang Puck. It is a rare person who is classically trained, yet free-spirited enough to successfully integrate a whole new world of delicious and inspired tastes.”—Alice Waters
 
“If I could have only one cookbook, this is the one I would want.”—Maida Heatter
 

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Contents

Introduction
Fish and Shellfish
Meat and Poultry
Bread
Desserts
Menus
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Wolfgang Puck is the chef and owner of a number of remarkable restaurants, including the famous Spago restaurants, Chinois on Main, Postrio, Granita, Trattoria del Lupo, and the Wolfgang Puck Cafes. He is the author of three previous cookbooks, including the ever popular Adventures in the Kitchen. He appears regularly on Good Morning America and the Home Shopping Network. Puck lives in Los Angeles with his wife and partner, Barbara Lazaroff, and their two sons.

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