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Cooking with Pomiane

By: Edouard de Pomiane

Publication Date: December 1993

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Cooking with Pomiane by Edouard de Pomiane

Witty, original and always mouth-watering, the recipes in the acclaimed collection, Cooking with Pomiane, offer classic and original dishes as prepared by the most innovative of French chefs.

Never afraid to fly in the face of tradition, Pomiane was a noted dietician who taught at the Institute Pasteur and was the first food-writer to be fully aware of the implications for health of classical French cookery. He was, however, never earnest or po-faced – ‘one can always start slimming tomorrow’. As Elizabeth David noted, he anticipated nouvelle cuisine by several decades, doing so in a way which ‘takes the mystique out of cookery processes and still contrives to leave us with the magic’.

‘Edouard de Pomiane was a gastronome, a respected scientist at the Institut Pasteur and a food writer with an inimitable humour and style.’ The Guardian


EDOURARD DE POMIANE was born in Paris, the son of Polish émirgés. One of this century’s greatest cookery writers, he lectured at the Institut Pasteur and wrote a number of classic books including The Jews of Poland: Recollections and Recipes. He died in 1964.

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1 review for Cooking with Pomiane

  1. Lilliput Press

    “A glorious book in its own right – a unique style and enticing way to encourage one to try the recipes, which so far in my experience have been delicious, exciting and surprisingly straightforward to follow! A must for anyone who loves cuisine in any form.”

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Publication Date

December 1993


eBook, 244pp