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47 internautes sur 49 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Charming little cookbook 21 mai 2000
Par jeff afiouni - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book has back to back recipes and no pictures, which I found refreshing! It contains recipes for things I remember my grandmother had made but had never written down. I found it a jackpot of the really heart warming recipes that I thought I'd never get a chance to reproduce for my family and would heartily recommend it to others who want a no frills, sensible old style German/Austrian cookbook. The old family favourites like Salzburger Nockerln are certain to get you baking, even if the Lung Strudel never gets a fair go.....Enjoy.
38 internautes sur 39 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Austrian chef tested this book and cooked 2/3 of recipes 30 juillet 2005
Par B. Baumgartner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I am an Austrian chef and very interested in cookbooks; especially books that are written in English, for they are read worldwide and so influence what people think of Austrian cuisine, and how they cook if they want to cook Austrian. (...)
All in all that book is worth the money, most recipes are quite original, and the instructions are good. Photos would be helpful. For this price I would buy it again.
32 internautes sur 37 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
You can gain weight just reading this book, but your mouth will be happy! 22 juin 2006
Par Amalfi Coast Girl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
A passionate home cook that has been honing her cooking skills for the last 25 years, concentrating on Italian cooking for the last 10 years, writes this review. My favorite cookbooks are "The Professional Chef" by the Culinary Institute and "Culinary Artistry". With more than 500 cookbooks in my collection I am usually disappointed in my recent cookbook acquisitions. This particular book is on loan from an Austrian friend, whose two brothers are chefs in Austria. Given that a woman born and raised in Austria thinks the recipes in this book are authentic I have to assume that she knows more than the reviewer that disagrees.

The book is outlines as follows:

1. I'd like to explain

2. Soups and their Garnishes

3. Fish

4. Meat, Game and Poultry

5. Some Cold Dishes

6. Vegetables

7. Salads

8. Savoury Sauces

9. Dumplings and the Like

10. Desserts - Hot and Cold - including Sweet Sauces

11. Cakes, Pastries and Biscuits

12. Gateaux and Icings

Before I review the book, I must say that if you are on a diet, this is not the book for you. I think that you could gain weight just reading this book. However, if you are a fan of desserts, WOW what a book!

The first chapter the author explains the difference in some of the typical ingredients of Austria. She also provides a table that translates the European Gas Marks into degrees, which I do not see very often in foreign cookbooks.

The garnishes for the soup alone are worth the cost of the book. I have never seen such variation in noodles and dumplings. And then, there are the schnitzel recipes. Can you say yummy? Where do you even begin talking about how wonder a well-made schnitzel can be? Makes me long for Berghoff's Restaurant in Chicago, an institution that is now gone.

The Austrians apparently have their own version of Risi Bisi, which I was certain was Venetian. But maybe I am incorrect. The difference between the two versions seems to be that the Austrian's do not use Arborio rice.

The Dessert sections are absolutely amazing. The Austrians have taken dessert making to a new level. Each recipe is more mouthwatering than the next. There is a recipe for Strudel dough, and every Austrian dessert that I could think of. If you love desserts, these chapters make the book worth buying alone.

Overall, I would highly recommend this book to anyone that loves Austrian food, or just good food. I borrowed this copy from an Austrian friend, but I will be ordering my own copy.
43 internautes sur 52 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Bland Offering of Exciting Cusine 17 mai 2002
Par rodboomboom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Having some Austrian ancestry in me and having sampled some fine Austria fare, ventured to try and find a good source. This isn't completely what I am looking for.
Recipes are too basic, not enough purchasing and prep hints. No photos whatsoever to entice.
Did find some interesting stuff, though: Wuerstelbraten, Galantine of Chicken, Souffle Rothschild.
For baking, see "Kaffehaus" by Rick Rodgers; for Austrian cooking, see W. Pauk.
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Like the Austrian Cookbook 6 décembre 2011
Par Stefani M. Garcia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A book with 302 Recipes, just what I was looking for. It has many classic recipes. No Pictures, but I do not need them. Has also a Conversion Table in there for Foreign Equivalents for dry and liquid ingredients.
Here are just a few Recipes I have seen so far in this book: (All are written in English)

-Backerbsen (for soups)

- Liver Dumplings (Leberkloesse)

- Sauerbraten

- Wiener Schnitzel

- Rahm Schnitzel

- Zwetschgenkuchen (Plumcake)

- Apfelstrudel

- so many Torten and Nachspeisen (cakes and desserts, to many to list)

- Plaetzchen (Cookies)

- Soups

etc....

and many, many more...I think, I will be using this cook/baking book on regular basis :-)
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