Savoy Cookbook (Hardcover) by Edelmann, Anton
Hardcover; Published 9/3/2003; 192 Pages; ISBN 9781862055490
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In The Savoy Cookbook, celebrated chef Anton Edelmann welcomes us into one of the world’s greatest, most glamorous hotels. An elegantly designed, lavishly illustrated volume, featuring 100 classic and contemporary recipes. American measures.
Founded in London in 1889, The Savoy is one of the world’s most famous hotels. As the place where Monet painted the Thames from his window, where Escoffier concocted pêches Melba, and the first British dry martini was stirred, The Savoy has a venerable reputation to uphold. And this it does magnificently, pampering its guests in legendary luxury. The food at The Savoy is second to none, and it’s the domain of Anton Edelmann, head chef for more than two decades. In recipes and photographs, The Savoy Cookbook follows a typical day at the hotel—breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, and beyond. Chef Anton presents some of The Savoy’s finest dishes: Caviar and Scrambled Eggs with Brioche, Young Pork on Portobello Polenta with Glazed Spring Onions, Scallop Ravioli in Saffron Broth. The dessert tray is laden with delights, while afternoon tea features exquisite sandwiches, scones, and cakes. Marrying the workings of a great hotel with the culinary brilliance of a top chef, this splendid cookbook allows you to bring the magic of The Savoy into your own home. Anton Edelmann, one of Europe’s leading chefs, is the author of the best–selling Taking Tea at the Savoy.
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