Cooking with Pomiane

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StatementEdouard De Pomiane ; edited and translated from the French by Peggie Benton.
ContributionsBenton, Peggie.
The Physical Object
Pagination(248)p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15214976M
ISBN 101897959036
OCLC/WorldCa29703359

Edouard de Pomiane was born in Paris, the son of Polish à ©migrà ©s. One of the twentieth century's greatest cookery writers, he lectured at the Institut Pasteur and wrote a number of classic books including Cooking with Pomiane, Cooking in Ten Minutes, and The /5(6).

A great cookbook. Written in the s for people in a hurry, this book is an antidote for those who think french cooking must take hours of careful preparation and years of training.

Highly recommended for students, couples and dinner parties of one. It's a fun read and if you look hard you might find a TV show based on the book on YouTube/5(75). This is much, much more than a cook book, it is a delightful tale of cooking amidst the cookbook.

Edouard de Pomiane has produced one of those cook books that can be read for shear enjoyment apart from ever stepping foot in the kitchen, though his recipes are fabulous too/5. Any reader interested in cooking and its modern history will treasure the book.

Beginning with useful information for the host or hostess (for a dinner party, "one should prepare only one good dish," Pomiane advises sensibly), the book then presents over recipes, arranged by course or /5(42). A beautiful reprint of Edouard de Pomiane's classic collection of recipes for simply prepared meals is more useful now than ever before.

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Illustrated with period pen and ink drawings, French Cooking in Ten Minutes offers an array of recipes for quick soups, extemporaneous sauces, egg and noodle dishes, preparing fish and meats, as well as vegetables, salads, and deserts/5.

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veronicafrance on Ma This recipe sounded so intriguing, but it suffered in the (lack of) copy-editing. Having been told to poach the onions with the chicken, you're then told to chop and fry them while the chicken is cooking. Edouard de Pomiane was a gastronome, a respected scientist at the Institut Pasteur and a food writer with an inimitable humour and style • Read the Author: Guardian Staff.

Noting the “casual, chatty, step-by-by step how-to procedure,” we attributed the “highly personal” style to the book’s origins as radio talks.

De Pomiane’s many qualities remain: “a potpourri of helpful hints on being a host, a variety of continental delicacies, something of the chemistry of cooking, unorthodox recipes”Author: Edouard de Pomiane. Buy Cooking Cooking with Pomiane book Pomiane 2nd edition by Pomiane, Edouard De, Spencer, John, David, Elizabeth, Benton, Peggy (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(16). Pomiane's Cooking with Pomiane book accomplishment was to restore confidence to the cook, and joy to the kitchen.

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Cooking with Pomiane spills over with amusing stories and more than three hundred superb and streamlined recipes; it is as much a delight to read as it is to cook from. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pomiane, Edouard de, Cooking with Pomiane. New York: Modern Library, (OCoLC) A beautiful reprint of Edouard de Pomiane's classic collection of recipes for simply prepared meals is more useful now than ever before.

Illustrated with period pen and ink drawings, French Cooking in Ten Minutes offers an array of recipes for quick soups, extemporaneous sauces, egg and noodle dishes, preparing fish and meats, as well as vegetables, salads, and : Édouard de Pomiane. First published in France in the s, Cooking with Pomiane continues to inspire today's chefs with its inventive simplicity.

Edouard de Pomiane turned classic French cuisine on its head, stripping away complicated sauces and arcane techniques to reveal the essence of pure, unadorned good cooking. A food scientist, he offers lucid explanations for why food behaves as it does.

Cooking with Pomiane by Edouard De Pomiane, Elizabeth David (Foreword by) starting at $ Cooking with Pomiane has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace5/5(1).

Ultra-rapid soups, instantaneous sauces, split-second egg dishes and quick-fire desserts all feature here, together with vegetable, fish and meat recipes susceptible to Pomiane's unique approach to cooking.

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As fast – and as witty – as classic Hollywood comedy, Cooking in. Pomiane's 'hasty cooking' formula also inspired French-born chef/author Pierre Franey to create his landmark New York Times column 'Sixty Minute Gourmet.' This is a significant cook/food book and it is also highly readable.

Pomiane's writing persona is evident on every page of his text: he is an avuncular uncle who wants you to eat sensibly and /5(13). Cooking with Pomiane spills over with amusing stories and more than three hundred superb and streamlined recipes; it is as much a delight to read as it is to cook from.

This Modern Library edition is published with an Introduction by the renowned food writer Elizabeth : Edouard de Pomiane. The Paperback of the Cooking with Pomiane by Edouard de Pomiane at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

Book Awards Book Club Selections Books by Author Books by Series Coming Soon Kids' Books New Releases Teens' Books This Month's Biggest New : Edouard de Pomiane. The book is still popular, particularly in the English speaking part of the world. The latest English edition appeared inin the British Newspaper The Observer put it on rank 41 on its list of the 50 best cookbooks of all time.

References. Edouard de Pomiane: French Cooking in Ten Minutes or, Adapting to the rhythm of modern life Author: Edouard de Pomiane. Cooking With Pomiane By ÉDOUARD DE POMIANE. Edited by PEGGIE BENTON. To prepare a dinner for a friend is to put into the cooking pot all one's affection and good will, all one's gaiety and zest, so that after three hours' cooking a waft of happiness escapes from beneath the lid.

Pomiane's unique approach to g in Ten Minutes is a book that belongs in every kitchen. Uncomplicated and delicious, the recipes assembled here can all be prepared in ten minutes – and in a saucepan or frying pan rather than a microwave. Cooking with Pomiane was published first in the UK by Bruno Cassirer, then in the United States in under the imprint of Roy Publishers in New York City.

This copy is an apparent US first edition in Very Good condition—clean and unmarked, with a good sturdy binding. This is an ideal book Cooking In Ten Minutes: Or The Adaptation To The Rhythm Of Our Time, By Edouard De Pomiane that comes from wonderful author to share with you.

The book Cooking In Ten Minutes: Or The Adaptation To The Rhythm Of Our Time, By Edouard De Pomiane provides the most effective experience as well as lesson to take, not only take. Witty, original and always mouth-watering, the recipes in this acclaimed collection offer classic and original dishes as prepared by the most innovative of French chefs.

Never afraid to fly in the face of tradition, Pomiane was a noted dietician who taught at the Institute Pasteur and was the first food-writer to be fully aware of the implications for health of classical French cookery. Ultra-rapid soups, instantaneous sauces, split-second egg dishes and quick-fire desserts all feature here, together with vegetable, fish and meat recipes susceptible to Pomiane’s unique approach to cooking.

As fast – and as witty – as classic Hollywood comedy, Cooking in Ten Minutes is a book that belongs in every kitchen. Foreword by. De Pomiane (), she told me, was a food scientist and dietician who taught at the Institut Pasteur for half a century; a contrarian and provocateur who found in classic French haute.

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Edouard de Pomiane Cooking, simplified. Reading the book, I was scooped up and whisked along with his charm and unassailable lightness of touch, which entices the reader to avoid getting drowned in the detail of cooking. This book really is the antithesis of modern day cookery communication and oversharing.

Looking for books by Edouard de Pomiane. See all books authored by Edouard de Pomiane, including French Cooking in Ten Minutes: Adapting to the Rhythm of Modern Life, and Cooking with Pomiane (Modern Library Food), and more on. Cooking with Pomiane, by Edouard de Pomiane 18 March, Veronica Cookbook Challenge, Cookbook Reviews Elizabeth David was a fan of Pomiane; in fact she wrote the introduction to this edition, beginning “I love Docteur de Pomiane’s work.Elizabeth David wrote an article about Edouard de Pomiane, whom she greatly admired.

She talks about an unusual cherry tart made with bread dough. Though she quotes his comments on the tart, she doesn't give the actual recipe. Google searching turns up only other people's versions of how to do this.This is a cooking book I made for my cooking class.

This book includes: 2 Appetizers, 2 Beans / Rice / Grains, 2 Beverages, 3 Desserts, 6 Main Dishes, 1 Soup, 2 Vegtables 1 Sauce, 2 Salads, 2 Family Favorites, 3 Kid Friendly.