As head chef at London's famous Le Gavroche restaurant and an eight-time marathon runner (New York and London), Michel Roux, Jr. knows how food affects the body's ability to perform at its peak. He discusses that vital link and provides 100 utterly delicious, nutritionally sound recipes, including such treats as Watermelon and Papaya Wakeup Juice, Grilled Tiger Prawns with Cucumber Salad and Pistachio Yogurt Dressing, and Warm Chocolate and Honey Cake, all created to help sustain the body over a 26-mile run, as well as during the long months of training leading up to the race. Roux tells you what not to eat the night before a marathon, including why the traditional "pasta party" may be wrong for your body, and offers a selection of sensational recipes for breakfast, main courses, breads, pasta and rice, and desserts, each sure to leave you strong, alert and full of energy.
About the Author:
Michel Roux Jr. is one of the world's top chefs and restaurateurs. He began training with Maître Patissier Hellegouarche in Paris when he was just 16, and thereafter worked with the greatest masters and at some of the finest hotels, as well as for French Presidents Giscard d'Estaing and François Mitterand at the Elysée Palace. He took over Le Gavroche in 1994, and continues to receive recommendations for excellence in every food guide.
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Michel Roux Jr is one of London's most respected chefs. Le Gavroche, the restaurant which he has run since 1994, continues to receive recommendations for excellence in every food guide. Michel's early training in France instilled in him a belief in the simplicity and quality of raw ingredients which he has put to use in developing the recipes that he cooks when he is training for a marathon. Michel has successfully completed the London, New York, Monaco, Tromso (in Norway's Arctic circle) and Medoc marathons. His best time is 3 hours 15 minutes.Review:
'Who for: Keep-fit junkies and gourmets in need of lean food. Why: Anything that addresses how to eat well and keep fit is worth buying. The look: Classic modern cook book with beautiful food shots and some mandatory chef shots of M Roux Jr in jogging shorts. The cooking: Chic, low fat French food ranging from baguette toast with olive oil, extra bitter chocolate and sea salt (snack attack) to calves liver with iwld mushrooms and sweet and sour onion (main course).' THE INDEPENDENT - 2004's best cookery books
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Book Description Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110297843095
Book Description Weidenfeld & Nicolson. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 0297843095 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.1008633