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Fri Mar 21 17:13:12 2014 UTClccn-n930284440.20Kevin Graham's fish and seafood cookbook : body conscious cuisine /0.221.00Great chefs of the West63216558n 930284443343866lccn-n90722476Graham, Kevinnp-beyer, johnBeyer, Johnprodrtlccn-n82116354Thielemans, Tootsprflccn-n79150106Swartz, Harvieprflccn-nr91020464Hersch, Fredprflccn-n81120085Nussbaum, Adamprflccn-no95013200Image Entertainment (Firm)lccn-no2004120692Leisure Video (Firm)lccn-n86063286WYES-TV (Television station : New Orleans, La.)nc-leisure videoLeisure VideoLandry, TerriRecipesHistoryDocumentary television programsLow-fat dietCooking (Fish)Cooking (Seafood)JazzLouisiana--New OrleansImmigrantsThielemans, TootsHarmonica music (Jazz)Jazz vocalsPizzaIrishGermansGerman AmericansIrish AmericansCooking, AmericanHome economicsFormulas, recipes, etcJewsLouisiana--Saint Tammany ParishLouisiana--Abita SpringsLouisiana--MandevilleLouisiana--CovingtonLouisiana--SlidellCooking, CajunLouisiana--MadisonvilleLouisiana--LacombeLouisiana--FolsomUnited States--Southwestern StatesCooking, American--Southwestern style198719881993199519961999200120022004200720081811017641.692TX747ocn051320082902ocn027935891book19930.20Graham, KevinKevin Graham's fish and seafood cookbook : body conscious cuisineRecipesOrganized according to the aquatic habitats in which fish live, the recipes in this book are each presented with a sauce or vegetable accompaniment373ocn051320082visu20010.21Thielemans, TootsToots Thielemans in New OrleansPerformance by the Belgium-born Thielemans with rhythm section. Also includes brief interviews with Thielemans on his life and musical background151ocn032508437book19950.21Oshinsky, CarlWhat your mother never taught you the Pizza Gourmet will!112ocn064127280visu19990.21Irish New Orleans a culturally authentic portrait of the Irish in New OrleansHistoryDocumentary television programsFilled with rare historic footage and photograhs, this program documents the history of the Irish who came to New Orleans. They have added yet another unique multicultural stratum to the ethnic riches of the Cresent City71ocn171289660visu20070.27Jewish New Orleans exploring the legacy of the Jewish community in the Crescent CityHistoryFrom its pre-Louisiana Purchase beginings to its post-Katrina effort to repopulate and rebuild, Jewish New Orleans tracks the undercurrent of Jewish life in the multi-cultural history of the city61ocn166423198visu20040.21German New OrleansHistory"It takes a German to do it." In the 19th century, that became a New Orleans saying for accomplishing the near impossible. By that time, Germans had been a driving force in the community for over a century. Though time has blurred the significant contributions of the German people to the Crescent City, there are many contemporary reminders of the tremendous impact of this ethnic group on New Orleans culture. From the Garden District's stately homes to the quintessential French bread, the city owes much to its German ancestors. As the largest group of foreign-speaking people in New Orleans from 1848 to 1900, Germans entered almost every trade and profession, frequently beating out native competition62ocn042494688visu19960.23Chef Paul Prudhomme's fiery foodsThis program demonstrates how the chef makes tru springs rolls, BLT soup, lentil salad, fresh pocket bread, shrimp curry, chicken in plum sauce, King Midas rice, and pine nut custard52ocn042502509visu19950.27Chef Prudhomme's fork in the roadChef Paul Prudhomme demonstrates helpful tips on roasting, browning, heating utensils before cooking, how to remove fat from favorites such as gumbo, and how to make a low-fat cheesecake31ocn166423185visu20020.47Northshore storiesHistoryNearly 200,000 residents call St. Tammany Parish -- the Northshore -- home. Lake Pontchartrain and its Causeway link New Orleans with this interesting neighbor which includes beautiful scenery and waterways, as well as the picturesque and unique towns of Slidell, Mandeville, Covington, Lacombe, Madisonville, Folsom, and Abita Springs. This is loving portrait of the history and people who live and work "across the lake."12ocn074909245visu19871.00Great chefs of the WestPBS television series, Great chefs of the West shows step-by-step cooking methods of the dishes from the American Southwestern States. Besides the innovative dishes offered by these famous chefs (some 60 chefs in all), each program also includes a blue-ribbon version of down home favoritesFri Mar 21 15:39:35 EDT 2014batch8138