The Book That Inspired Gordon Ramsay
Auguste Escoffier needs little introduction.
He lived at the turn of the last century and was one of the most famous restauranteurs and chefs of all time.
He was not only responsible for the foundation of restaurant french cookery in recipes – he...
Escoffier – The modern guide to the art of cookery is probably still the finest book ever written on french cuisine.
Despite the time that has passed since it was written event the modern greats such as Ramsay still use the Escoffier Cookbook to...
I use the title August Escoffier, because I notice my UK audience are fond of typing that name.
Georges Auguste Escoffier was born in Villeneuve and lived from October 1846–February 1935
He began his career in a family restaurant in Nice before...
Escoffier Recipe 26
Escoffier – Veloute de Volaille
This is identical with ordinary Veloute, except that instead of having white veal stock for its liquor, it is diluted with white poultry stock. The mode of procedure and the time allowed for cooking...
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