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Poetry from the heart
Elevate classic cooking techniques with eclectic, rock n' roll twists from a quirky celebrity chef.Loreal Gavin's background is unique and combined with a strong, quirky personality, she elevates eclectic recipes for a hardcore cooking crowd by embracing old school techniques but putting her personal spin on recipes to make them her own. Think Nascar meets gourmet. Loreal teaches readers the rules of cooking meats and sweets so they know how to break them. She highlights chef techniques with variations, corresponding to key moments in her career.Loreal provides the knowledge and science behind these recipes, as well as budget friendly tips, specific lessons that made her a better cook and ways to amp up recipes to take your cooking to the next level. From becoming trained in classical French cuisine, to working in a butcher shop, then attending culinary school for pastry, The Butcher Babe Cookbook is the story of Loreal's culinary journey behind her career so far. Learn recipes like her Beef Tongue Tacos, Corndog Casserole, Rootbeer Pig Belly Bites, Mini Turducken and Ambrosia Ice Cream Bars. This book will have 100 recipes and 60 photos.
Author: Ruth Brandon
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
Release Date: 2011-02-01
Thanks to a combination of business savvy, breathtaking chutzpah, and lucky timing, Helena Rubinstein managed to transform herself from a poor Polish emigrant to the world's first self-made female tycoon. She went from selling homemade "Crème Valaze" out of her house in Australia to becoming an international cosmetics magnate. Tiny and plump, wearing extravagant jewels and spiked heels, she was a fixture of upper-crust New York for many years. She was larger than life, and never took no for an answer: when she was refused from a New York City apartment on the grounds that she was Jewish, she went ahead and bought the whole building and promptly moved in. The story of Eugène Schueller and L'Oréal begins in 1907, in a dingy working-class part of Paris, where a young Schueller sat at his family's kitchen table trying to develop the first harmless artificial hair dye. The tale of how L'Oréal went from that point to the world's largest cosmetics company is fascinating and full of intrigue, with a little of everything: fascist assassins, bitter unmaskings, political scandals. In 1988, although Schueller and Rubinstein had long since passed away, their worlds collided when L'Oréal bought Rubinstein's company — leading to a series of scandals that threw a new and sinister light on L'Oréal. For starters, Rubinstein was Jewish, but Schueller and many other top L'Oréal executives had been active Nazi collaborators. What came to light threatened the reputations of some of France's most powerful men - up to and including its president. This is a powerful, dramatic, and largely untold story about the ugly truth behind a beauty empire.