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The Saucier's Apprentice
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The first book that enables the home cook to make all the great sauces of French haute cuisine. With recipes for classic dishes in which sauces are used.
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Raymond Sokolov was born in Detroit in 1941. He graduated from Harvard, then attended Wadham College, Oxford, as a Fulbright Scholar before returning to Harvard for graduate study. He has worked as a foreign correspondent and book critic for Newsweek and as the Food Editor for The New York Times. Mr. Sokolov wrote a monthly feature for Natural History magazine for twenty years. And for the past fourteen years he has been the Leisure & Arts Editor for The Wall Street Journal. He lives with his wife in New York City.

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"In our age, which probably will be tagged by future historians as the age of oversimplification, [this] book on sauces will stand as an important statement against the trend of no craftsmanship. At the same time, it is great reading -- a book which I will enjoy for many years to come."-- George Lang, author of The Cuisine of Hungary "[Raymond Sokolov] has found a way to systematize the different families of sauces -- something no one before has done -- and I found the whole concept very exciting. This would be a useful book even in France." -- Simone Beck, author of Simca's Cuisine

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