Cooking up a storm with the latest Neiman Marcus cookbook

By Andrea Thatcher on November 2nd, 2007 0 comments yet. Be the First

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Our favorite luxury department store continues to celebrate its 100th anniversary in high style this season, but if you haven’t made it over to your local shop for the storewide events, there are still plenty of ways to join the party.

Neiman Marcus now brings us an elaborate presentation of food and recipes in the recently published Neiman Marcus Taste: Timeless American Recipes cookbook. If you’ve managed to get your required reading in with the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book this year, you probably stumbled across the Neiman Marcus Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe which continues to be an all-time classic. Now you have another excuse to head out for a shopping spree with the Neiman Marcus Taste: Timeless American Recipes cookbook.


The book is written by Kevin Garvin and John Harrison, a collection of gourmet recipes for every occasion. If you’ve already fallen in love with NM’s decadent chocolate cake, monkey bread, and tasty appetizers at The Zodiac, you’ll be anxious to try an at-home version with these simple-to-follow recipes and guidance from Neiman Marcus’s very own chefs. Each of the recipes are written in a simple an well-organized format, and most of them require more effort in presentation than actually putting the gourmet treats together.

The book features over 100 recipes (and plenty of pictures) so you can start whipping up a tasty assortment of goodies right before holiday season. If you’re not much of a cook, it’s a great gift item or coffeetable book. Ideal for classic and contemporary tastes, this is your chance to pick up yet another commemorative souvenir during the Neiman Marcus 100th Anniversary celebration.

Neiman Marcus Taste: Timeless American Recipes cookbook: $45, on sale at Amazon.com for $29.70

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