The Lutece Cookbook by Andre Soltner

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Contains 333 recipes, with illustrations by Henry Kibel.

About Andre Soltner

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The French Culinary Institute is America's premier French cooking school. Contributors include noted author Chef Jacques Pepin, Chefs Alain Sailhac and Jacques Torres of Le Cirque 2000 and Chef Andre Soltner of Lutece. Photographs are by the award-winning food photographer Maria Robledo.
Published October 10, 1995 by Knopf. 592 pages
Genres: History, Cooking. Non-fiction

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Last spring, after 30 odd years, Soltner left his famed New York City restaurant Lutece to teach and, fortunately for us, to work on this book.

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