1 edition of How and Why of Cookery found in the catalog.
How and Why of Cookery
by Beekman Books Inc
Written in English
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But learning about, say, the etymology of a. Chapter 8, Meat, Fish, and Egg Cookery, discusses properties, and types of meat, fi sh, and egg. Processing of a whole animal, common cooking methods used for seafood and cooking preparation for eggs are some of the highlights of the chapter.
Chapter 9, Methods of Cooking Food, explains diff erent ways of cooking such as blanching, poaching. The book begins with an introduction to cookery, standards of personal hygiene, protective clothing, and safety procedure in handling equipments which a chef needs to maintain.
It also gives an overview of the origin of modern cookery and provides a list of culinary terms. Following this, the book discusses organizational structure and layout. A classic book which explains how and why,for lots of cooking teachers of a certain age!!.
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