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The Viennese Kitchen: Tante Hertha's Book of Family Recipes Reviews

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Inside a Viennese Family Kitchen

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Pros: beautiful photographs, comfort food

Cons: not much that's new or different

It seems like the food of Austria is starting to make a little bit of a splash in the US, with the release of Neue Cuisine by Kurt Gutenbrunner.  The food is traditional and filling, made for shorter summers and cold winters.  While Gutenbrunner's book is a more cafe-oriented haute cuisine survey of Austrian cooking, The Viennese Kitchen takes a look inside the typical Austrian kitchen.  The recipes in the book all come from the author's family recipe collection, and you can tell that they were lovingly prepared over the years.  There is nothing too complicated, and only a few unusual entries, but you still get the taste of Austria from the recipes.   The...
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