|Author:||Manu Feildel; Clarissa Weerasena (As told to)|
Manu Feildel's More Please is a book full of family recipes that will fast become staples in your household. Encompassing starters, weeknight meals, noodles and rice, food for guests, sides, and desserts, More Please has every occasion cover... read more
This book took me on an adventure around France by train, plane, bus, car and bike - at one point, I was even driving a minibus! Up winding roads and down dirt tracks, through howling wind, rain, snow, hail . . . you name it, I braved every kind of weather. I was a woman on a mission to discover those... read more
Tessa Kiros leads us once again into a world where preparing and eating food is a joy - kitchens are filled with smells of garlic and roast potatoes and children eat fresh-baked bread where they run in from school or feast on fizzy orange and chocolate brownies in dens under trees. Tessa's recipes are... read more
Presenting nearly 200 recipes, each illustrated with full-color, step-by-step photographs, and expert instruction from master chefs, Cooking School is more than a cookbook--it's a complete gourmet education. Recogn... read more
Based around 100 classic recipes that have stood the test of time, this lavishly illustrated book explores the diversity of French cuisine, which has influenced so many other styles of cooking around the world over the centuries. From Normandy, Brittany to Alsace, France is blessed with a rich and varied landscape.
A Cook's Tour of France is a collection of regional French recipes from chef and television presenter Gabriel Gate's annual gastronomic journey along of the course of the Tour de France, the most famous race in the world. The Tour takes a different route every year, visiting fam... read more
The perfect pesto. The best bouillabaisse. The purest paella...A river of gold flows through western Italy, southern France and eastern Spain. It.s the olive oil that links three great cuisines, along with a love of garlic, anchovies, peppers,... read more
A sumptuously photographed French cookbook with simple, elegant recipes that will transport food lovers, Francophiles, and armchair travelers to an old farmhouse in southwest France. When Mimi Thorisson and her husband moved with their children from Paris to a small town in out-of-the-way Medoc, she d... read more
The Little French Cookbook features over 80 recipes that reflect the delights of France.s culinary landscape: delicate hors d.oeuvres, diverse seafood offerings, hearty meat and poultry dishes, and delicate pastries and desserts. These are recipes that capture the essence, va... read more
Visitors to award-winning chef Jean-Francois Piege's gastronomic restaurant the most-sought after table in Paris select single key ingredients from his innovative menu, which he presents in exquisite and highly-creative dishes. Similarly, in this master-level cookbook, Piege presents more than 300 bui... read more
Classic French recipes, in Stephane Reynaud's inimitable style.
First published in hardback in 2002, this book has been described by Stephanie Alexander as '...a personal response to a beautiful part of France .' Part travelogue, part cookbook, it is a celebration of an area, which many regard as France 's gastronomic heartland. Stephanie provides evocative descri... read more