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Titel: Vietnamese Cuisine in New Orleans
Verlag: Pelican Publishing
Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Vietnamese cooking has become a staple of Crescent City cuisine. Fans of the fresh, flavorful offerings once had to travel to New Orleans East or the Westbank, where there were concentrations of Vietnamese immigrants and family restaurants. Now, however, this cuisine is found throughout the greater New Orleans area. This tantalizing book brings together information and photos on the Vietnamese dishes, culture, and history in New Orleans. Recipes from restaurants such as Cafe Minh, Tan Dinh, and Pho Tau Bay are included. Local chefs have embraced this newest addition to the palate of New Orleans, and international luminaries such as John Besh, Emeril Lagasse, and Brian Landry have contributed their personal recipes for this volume. This immersive experience into Vietnamese culture will leave readers and cooks asking for seconds. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE_book_new_1455618535
The East meets the Westbank and more! With recipes by local Vietnamese cooks and world-renowned chefs, this cookbook provides the reader with a detailed offering of Vietnamese cuisine in the New Orleans area. The text and travel photographs serve as a tribute to the vibrant local Vietnamese community and the author's love of this ancient culture. Enticing photographs tempt readers to sample the flavors of every dish.
This enticing book features authentic recipes from the Vietnamese community, along with their traditions and their role in enriching New Orleans culture. Author Suzanne Pfefferle became a fan of Vietnamese cuisine and an advocate of their culture after a visit to the country in 2010. She has since collaborated with the Vietnamese community and conducted research to better understand the flavors of their cuisine, along with their celebrations, which are perfectly suited for the culturally rich region of Southeast Louisiana.
Highlighting favorites such as ph? and bï¿½nh mï¿½, Pfefferle takes readers on a culinary tour of family traditions, festivals, and urban farms. A delightful range of recipes is included-from Vietnamese classics supplied by family-run restaurants to Asian-inspired dishes created by chefs Emeril Lagasse and John Besh.
This pictorial guide focuses on a dynamic cuisine and the history of the local Vietnamese community following the fall of Saigon in 1975. Pfefferle showcases the flavors of family life, the seafood industry, and the annual T?t festivities. A glossary defines Vietnamese words and ingredients.
Suzanne Pfefferle is a documentarian and writer with a passion for travel. A cultural advocate, she worked with videographer Lenny Delbert, Sr., and Steppin' Out host Peggy Scott Laborde to produce the documentary Vietnamese Cuisine in New Orleans for the New Orleans PBS station, WYES. Pfefferle has also written for Louisiana Cookin', Sugar Journal, Where Y'at Magazine, New Orleans Living Magazine, and Where, New Orleans. She attended Loyola University New Orleans and graduated from Our Lady of Holy Cross College in New Orleans, Louisiana, with a degree in liberal arts and concentrations in English and art. Her travels have taken her to Egypt, India, Cuba, Jamaica, and Vietnam. Pfefferle lives in her native city of New Orleans, Louisiana, where she enjoys biking and salsa dancing.
Lenny Delbert, Sr., has worked as a professional photographer and videographer for more than forty years. The president of PanAm Communications, he is also a longtime cameraman for WYES-TV. In addition to Vietnamese Cuisine in New Orleans, Delbert's previous projects have highlighted the various food traditions of the New Orleans area. He is a lifelong resident of New Orleans.
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