Roger Verge's Entertaining in the French Style by Roger Verge

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Tells how to select foods, and provides recipes for seafood, meat, poultry, salads, vegetables, fruit, and desserts
 

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Roger Verge opened Moulin de Mougins in 1969. His cooking and hospitality have received the highest awards in gastronomical guides. He operates a cooking school at Mougins that attracts a growing number of students each year, and he developed the menus for the restaurants at the French pavilion at the Epcot Center at Disney World in Florida and runs a restaurant in Tokyo.
 
Published September 1, 1986 by Stewart Tabori & Chang. 320 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Verge, founder of the Moulin de Mougins restaurant in the South of France, brings an infectious enthusiasm for vegetable cookery to this book.

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Verge offers here 20 complete menus for intimate entertainmentfrom lunch in the countryside to a full-dress hunt dinnerthat include comprehensive information on linens, tableware and beverages, as well as hints on purchasing ingredients, creating an appropriate atmosphere and organizing the often...

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