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- Georges Auguste Escoffier (French: [ʒɔʁʒ oɡyst ɛskɔfje]; 28 October 1846 – 12 February 1935) was a French chef, restaurateur and culinary writer who po****rized...
- ISBN 978-1-326-64301-0. Escoffier: 89 Cookwise, pp. 304–05 Joy of Cooking p. 359 Escoffier: 90 Escoffier: 91 Escoffier: 41 Escoffier: 141 Escoffier: 163 Escoffier: 88 Escoffier:...
- the term originally referred to the preparation of the dish, Auguste Escoffier named the specific center cut of the tenderloin, the Chateaubriand. In...
- Gastronomie. Cookwise, pp.304-5 Joy of Cooking p.359 Escoffier: 90 Escoffier: 91 Escoffier: 41 Escoffier: 141 Sources Child, Julia; Louisette Bertholle; Simone...
- basic brown sauce, and is one of Auguste Escoffier's five mother sauces of cl****ic French cooking. Escoffier po****rized the recipe, which is still followed...
- The basic recipe for demi-glace is provided by the French chef Auguste Escoffier, who is often considered to have refined the method of French cooking...
- ice cream. It was invented in 1892 or 1893 by the French chef Auguste Escoffier at the Savoy Hotel, London, to honor the Australian soprano Nellie Melba...
- Escoffier is a surname of French origin. Notable people with the surname include: Alain Escoffier (1949–1977), French anti-communist activist and martyr...
- Infused oils should be kept refrigerated. In Le Guide culinaire, Auguste Escoffier divides seasoning and condiments into the following groups: Saline seasonings—Salt...
- Baden-Baden. In 1888, he opened the Conservations Haus restaurant with Auguste Escoffier in Baden-Baden, and the two were then invited to London by Richard D'Oyly...
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