Summer Cooking Author:Elizabeth David Summer Cooking contains over a thousand recipes from all over the world - including French, Italian, and Mediterranean. Summer dishes are light (not necessarily cold), easy to prepare, and based on the meat and vegetables in season. — Demonstrating how an unconventional use of herbs can lend interest to the simplest meal, the author describes som... more »e forty ways of coping, for example, with the familiar egg, from the Provencal oeufs poches to Moonshine, a recipe from the seventeenth century. She is no less resourceful in her chapters on hors d'oeuvre, summer soups, fish and meat of various kinds, vegetables, sauces, and sweets.
Summer Cooking succeeds in bringing the cool, fresh flavour of garden, fields, and sea into the kitchen and dining-room.
(Note: This is a British book and uses British cooking terminology and measurements.)« less