The Lutèce Cookbook
Contains 333 recipes, with illustrations by Henry Kibel.
Baker & Taylor
A cookbook by the chef-proprietor of the landmark East 50th Street restaurant includes a range of recipes, from classic French dishes to Alsatian specialties, and provides a behind-the-scenes look at Lute+a6ce. 30,000 first printing. Tour.
For some 30 years, AndrT Soltner was the chef and proprietor of the famous New York restaurant, LutFce. Here, he collects 333 fine recipes, mostly classical French but with some Alsatian country cooking and nouvelle French recipes, as well. Includes a history of the restaurant, Soltner's own engaging story, his thoughts on ingredients and cooking, and several pages of charming b&w photos. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Blackwell North Amer
Here is the long-awaited cookbook from Andre Soltner, for decades the chef-proprietor of Lutece, New York's most famous restaurant. Here is a record of all the wondrous dishes with which he dazzled his faithful customers for more than thirty years - 333 recipes, carefully worked out, brought together for the first time.
Seymour Britchky, the noted restaurant reporter, sets the tone with an affectionate and colorful introduction; it tells the little-known story of the birth of Lutece, and the charmed life it led under the aegis of Andre Soltner.
Collects more than three hundred recipes and personal memories of world-renowned chef Andre Soltner, former owner of New York City's Lutece restaurant
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