Commander's Wild Side

Commander's Wild Side

Bold Flavors For Fresh Ingredients From The Great Outdoors

eBook - 2008
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More than one hundred Commander's Palace recipes featuring wild game, fish, and fowl provide an array of international and traditional dishes and include such options as Pecan Butter-Basted Flounder with Creole Mustard Cream, Buttermilk Fried Rabbit Salad, and Buffalo Grillades. 35,000 first printing.

HARPERCOLL

Dozens of dishes featuring wild game, fish, and fowl from one of america's favorite restaurants

With legendary talent, the freshest ingredients possible, and a tradition of fun, Commander's Palace proves that great restaurants only get better with time. A New Orleans institution since 1880, the critically acclaimed restaurant has been the winner of the James Beard Award for Most Outstanding Restaurant in America and has been ranked the top dining establishment in the city for seventeen consecutive years, officially making any visit to New Orleans incomplete without a savory meal in the beautiful Garden District landmark.

Nothing can stop the crew at Commander's Palace, and Commander's Wild Side, which features more than one hundred new recipes for fare straight from America's bayous, streams, mountains, and back­country, as well as dozens of stunning photographs, proves it.

With thrilling flavors for any palate, executive chef Tory McPhail has recipes for everything from Juniper Berry-Grilled Elk, Rabbit and Goat Cheese Turnovers, and Roasted Quail with Bourbon-Bacon Stuffing to Jamaican Conch Callaloo, Marinated Crab Salad, and Pecan Butter-Basted Flounder with Creole Mustard Cream.

Looking for something more traditional? Try the Lemon and Garlic Grilled Pork and the Roasted Turkey or any of the nongame substitutions—just in case the butcher is out of mountain lion.

Commander's Wild Side is guaranteed to have just the right dish to spice up your cooking repertoire.


Dozens of dishes featuring wild game, fish, and fowl from one of america's favorite restaurants

With legendary talent, the freshest ingredients possible, and a tradition of fun, Commander's Palace proves that great restaurants only get better with time. A New Orleans institution since 1880, the critically acclaimed restaurant has been the winner of the James Beard Award for Most Outstanding Restaurant in America and has been ranked the top dining establishment in the city for seventeen consecutive years, officially making any visit to New Orleans incomplete without a savory meal in the beautiful Garden District landmark.

Nothing can stop the crew at Commander's Palace, and Commander's Wild Side, which features more than one hundred new recipes for fare straight from America's bayous, streams, mountains, and back­country, as well as dozens of stunning photographs, proves it.

With thrilling flavors for any palate, executive chef Tory McPhail has recipes for everything from Juniper Berry-Grilled Elk, Rabbit and Goat Cheese Turnovers, and Roasted Quail with Bourbon-Bacon Stuffing to Jamaican Conch Callaloo, Marinated Crab Salad, and Pecan Butter-Basted Flounder with Creole Mustard Cream.

Looking for something more traditional? Try the Lemon and Garlic Grilled Pork and the Roasted Turkey or any of the nongame substitutions—just in case the butcher is out of mountain lion.

Commander's Wild Side is guaranteed to have just the right dish to spice up your cooking repertoire.



Publisher: Pymble, NSW ; New York : HarperCollins e-books, c2008
ISBN: 9780061715938
006171593X
9780061715969
0061715964
Branch Call Number: OverDrive eBooks
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: McPhail, Tory

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