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Paul Prudhomme Book Reviews

Chef Paul Prudhomme's Fork in the Road
by Paul Prudhomme

Chef Prudhomme is not writing a diet cookbook here, but he is encouraging you to go healthy. You'll learn to minimize less-healthy ingredients while keeping the rich flavors and textures which the palate craves. Healthy gravies, purees and stocks are just a start. The chef provides his favorite recipes in streamlined form -- even his Chocolate Yum Stuff. Honest


Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen
by Paul Prudhomme

They say he created Blacked Redfish -- need I say more? Chef Prudhomme is certainly at the vanguard of Cajun/Creole cookery. A Cajun himself, he'll tell you in explicit detail how to create gumbos, jambalayas and a mean pecan pie. There are some newer dishes, too, such as Seafood Stuffed Zucchini. It's a raging good time, thanks to the ragin' Cajun himself.


Chef Paul Prudhomme's Seasoned America
by Paul Prudhomme

Lowly turkey hash in the hands of Paul Prudhomme?! Get ready! Chef Paul reinterprets some American classics and the results are seasoned and special. Ham loaf and beef noodle casserole get the royal treatment and turn into delicious fare good enough for company. Colorful stories and tips on technique are sprinkled throughout.


The Prudhomme Family Cookbook
by Paul Prudhomme

Chef Paul isn't the only one in the Prudhomme clan who can cook -- so do his eleven brothers and sisters. In this book, they have updated the foods of their youth down on the farm in Southern Louisiana and provide us with current, easy-to-follow recipes. As you read the reminiscences of this colorful crew, you get a sense of how important heritage is to them. Everything from their Hot Pepper Pork Roast to Chicken Sauce Piquant will soon be yours.


Pure Magic
by Paul Prudhomme

What's the magic? In this case, chef Paul Prudhomme's Magic Seasoning Blends, the kick in the pants which makes these dishes shine. Over a hundred recipes will bring a flavor jolt to basic, everyday meals. Crab cakes and corn chowder along with gumbo, jambalaya and etouffee are all part of the mix. Stock up on some Magic and follow the magician himself.

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