Table of contents for Kitchen mysteries : revealing the science of food / Hervãae This ; translated by Jody Gladding.

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Contents
Foreword
Cooking and Science
The New Physiology of Flavor
Soup
Milk
Gels, Jellies, Aspics
Mayonnaise
The Egg¿s Incarnations
A Successful Souffle?
Cooking
The Boiled and the Bouillon
Steaming
Braising
Chicken Stew, Beef Stew, Veal Stew
Questions of Pressure
Roasting
Deep-Frying
Sautés and Grills
Even More Tender
Salting
Microwaves
Vegetables: Color and Freshness
Sauces: Creamy, Satiny, Flavorful
A Burning Question
The Salad: An Oasis of Freshness
Yogurt and Cheese
Fruits of the Harvest
Ices and Sorbets
Cakes: Light and Melting
Pastry Dough: Tart, Shortbread, and Puff Pastry
Sugar
Bread
Wine
The Alcohols
Jams
Tea
Cold and Cool
Vinegar
Kitchen Utensils
Mysteries of the Kitchen
Glossary
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cookery.
Food.
Gastronomy.