Cook Couet's relationship with straightforward French food started in his fatherly grandma's Parisian kitchen. Now that he is an adult, he shares 90 recipes that are based on the eight neighborhoods and equally as many kitchens, markets, shops, and restaurants he knows in Paris. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CULTURAL DIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF LIGHTS IN A LIVE MANNER. NEW IN PACKAGING. Chef Danyel Couet's lifelong obsession with straightforward French cuisine began in the Parisian kitchen of his paternal grandmother. However, the gastropolis of Paris offers much more than just Grandma's home-cooked meals. He has developed a love for couscous, strudel, and Peking duck that is just as strong as his love for boeuf bourguignon and mousse au chocolat after numerous trips to Paris' many ethnic neighborhoods. Through eight areas and similarly as numerous kitchens, by means of business sectors, shops and cafés - and roughly 90 recipes- - Couet takes you with him to his Paris. The Paris Neighborhood Cookbook, beautifully photographed by David Loftus, reveals the culinary secrets of the City of Light, where food and cultural diversity are at the center of Parisian life.
Interlink Publishing Group Inc
The Paris Neighborhood Cookbook
9.70 x 7.90 x 1.18 Inches