NOVEL CUISINE: THE PASSIONATE EPICURE

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Marcel Rouff pens the story of a fictionalized version of Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin as an older man and his amorous relationship with an epicure and their shared passion for food in The Passionate Epicure: La Vie et la Passion de Dodin-Bouffant, Gourmet, which was made into a recent movie, The Taste of Things. As the class discusses the book, Mickey Kitterman honors Bastille Day with roquefort beurre et noix canapés, veal Orloff - veal loin stuffed with onions and mushrooms and rice served with mornay sauce, celeri et poireaux braise - braised celery and leeks, plus baked Alaska.
Novel Cuisine is a culinary book club for food lovers that read the book in advance and includes novels, memoirs, histories, science and politics -- all with food as a central theme. The books for Novel Cuisine are available at Kitchen Conservatory. Come to one or as many of these classes as you like! Novel Cuisine started in our kitchen in 2006 and our readers and food lovers have discussed nearly 200 books! We love to hear from our students what books they want to read!
Classes are held at 9011 Manchester Rd, St. Louis, MO 63144.

Sun, Jul 14, 1 pm to 3:30 pm

Sun, Jul 14, 1 pm to 3:30 pm