Wednesday, 11. December 2013 - 06:12
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Fifteen top chefs have opened the doors to their kitchens to present their wares across 176 pages of a full-colour book "Salzburg kocht" (Salzburg Cooks).
The book includes the favourite recipies and trade secrets of the region's best chefs mixed together with anecdotes and a few jokes to produce a feast for the eyes as well as the palette.
Gollings Gourmet Andreas Döllerer is included along with Thomas M. Walkensteiner from Schloss Fuschl, Manfred Stüfler from the Hotel Sacher Salzburg and Franz Fuiko from Carpe Diem.
Chefs Rudi und Karl Obauer said: "We are happy to pass on our recipies, everyone should have the chance to try our creations at home."
Also Johanna Maier and her sons Didi and Johannes pass on their favourite recipies. The book was launched in a party at Carpe Diem kam.
Proud author Stephanie Fuchs said. "I beleive the book should be on the shelf of every enthusiastic cook and lover of good food."
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