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According to Emeril Lagasse, this is the classic sauced, smothered, and rouxed Old New Orleans (ONO) cooking that made the city, and Emeril, famous. But even great chefs grow bored, and when Emeril opened up his own restaurant in the Big Easy he began to experiment with ONO cooking, infusing it with new cultural influences and fresh ingredients. The result, and apt title for his debut cookbook, is Emeril's New New Orleans Cooking. The food, as you might guess, is magnificent, and the cookbook is a masterpiece. Since Emeril is an immigrant to the Big Easy (from Fall River, Massachusetts), he doesn't fear messing with local tradition and overhauling the hallowed Oysters Rockefeller into Oysters in Pernod Cream with Fried Spinach. In fact, his genius lies in his willingness to experiment and a no-holds-barred approach to flavor combinations. Sautéed Scallops with Saffron Corn Sauce or Stir-Fry of Sesame Ginger Crawfish over Fried Pasta are just a few of the examples. Along with more than 200 other recipes, it is easy to see why Emeril has become the chef of the '90s, and why New New Orleans Cooking is here to stay. --Mark O. Howerton
I love this cookbook - it has healthier, lighter versions of Emeril's excellent recipes. There are tips, shortcuts, making your own seasonings, and how to stock your pantry. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LBDDiaries
Great cookbook. There are so many wonderful, easy to follow recipes!Published 2 months ago by Christine Shaw
I bought this as a gift the recipient. Called me gushing about it. He was a very happy person.Published 7 months ago by idclair
Love this book soooo much. I had to buy it AGAIN since my darling daughter stole (borrowed) it from me. Well worth the price.Published 13 months ago by Janet Gorely
Allow me to say this would be a wonderful recipe book if one lived right on the shore line and all that fresh fish was available. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mary Louise Austin
This is a very good book for the cookbook library I have used a few and will make more in the future.Published on August 26, 2013 by Johnz