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The French have an enormous passion for their food, for cooking it, shopping for it and eating it. We would all like to pick up a little of that passion, and Trish will show how to. This book will explore the fabulous edible heritage of France's countryside, where every village seems to have its speciality. Chapter titles such as 'Fast', 'Posh (but not too posh)' and 'Slow', will give you French country recipes for all occasions. With recipes like navarin, a simple delicate lamb stew perfect for a springtime lunch, to pan bagnat, the famous fishermen's salade Nicoise sandwich, this guide from one of France's top cookbook authors will bring the sheer beauty of France right to your kitchen table.
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Living and working in France for 20 years, Trish Deseine has freely developed her passion for cooking. Ma Petite Robe Noire was awarded one of France's highest culinary honours, the Priz La Mazille at Perigueux (she is the first non-French author to win it). Trish is now one of France's best-known cookery authors, is featured regularly in French Elle, and writes a monthly column for the food magazine Regal as well as reviews for Le Fooding and Time Out Paris.
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Book Description Kyle Cathie, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111856268144
Book Description Kyle Cathie, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1856268144