Let's Eat France!: 1,250 Specialty Foods, 375 Iconic Recipes, 350 Topics, 260 Personalities, Plus Hundreds of Maps, Charts, Tricks, Tips,
  • Let's Eat France!: 1,250 Specialty Foods, 375 Iconic Recipes, 350 Topics, 260 Personalities, Plus Hundreds of Maps, Charts, Tricks, Tips,
  • Let's Eat France!: 1,250 Specialty Foods, 375 Iconic Recipes, 350 Topics, 260 Personalities, Plus Hundreds of Maps, Charts, Tricks, Tips,
  • Let's Eat France!: 1,250 Specialty Foods, 375 Iconic Recipes, 350 Topics, 260 Personalities, Plus Hundreds of Maps, Charts, Tricks, Tips,
  • Let's Eat France!: 1,250 Specialty Foods, 375 Iconic Recipes, 350 Topics, 260 Personalities, Plus Hundreds of Maps, Charts, Tricks, Tips,
ISBN: 1579658768
EAN13: 9781579658762
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 16, 2018
Pages: 432
Dimensions: 2" H x 12.87" L x 9.5" W
Weight: 5.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

A Copper Point: Main Street Novel Bookshop owner Jacob Moore can't believe his longtime celebrity crush, author Rasul Youssef, is moving to Copper Point. For many, the chance to meet the playboy novelist would be a dream come true, but Jacob dreads it. You should never meet your heroes. You definitely shouldn't pretend to be their boyfriend. Rasul came to this backwater town for an academic residency--a necessary evil, since he's burned through his advance without finishing the book that goes with it. But he's also getting distance from a toxic relationship. Quiet, reserved Jacob isn't his type, but their charade gives Rasul a respite from the social media circus surrounding his breakup, and Jacob's charming apartment proves the perfect setting to write. Of course, prolonged exposure reveals that Jacob's reserved exterior hides a thoughtful, intelligent man who sets Rasul's imagination--and heart--alight. Every day Rasul reveals himself to be more than Jacob ever dreamed he could. Jacob tries to be content with friendship and the professional overlap between author and bookseller, knowing a shooting star like Rasul could never make a home with Jacob in a small town like Copper Point. Could he?

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5
   Great Book, But With A Twist
I love this book and am very glad that I bought it. This book is more in culinary education from a regional, historical perspective, with key recipes included to supplement the story. But don 't be discouraged as this approach enriches these recipes by providing a magical context for their creation, an incredible and entertaining background on products and processes and a wonderful tour through the French culinary tradition. The recipes there are also fantastic, generally highlighting the chefs who made them famous, as well as the flavors that led to their fame. Great book for anyone interested in French cooking, and one that I would do over and over again if I had to.
 
5
   Love this book
This is a big, coffee table book that is actually fun to read. It is the kind of book that is fun to open, you can learn it anywhere and learn something known. The book contains several maps of France with local food products. There are profiles of French chefs and their recipes.
 
3
   Big
Big Book, lots of tidbit information, but few recipes. Once I read the book, I read some of the albeit interesting info, but not what I need, and then I won the book. I don 't hate the book, but not what I was looking for at all. Good coffee table book for interesting conversation and guests to thumb through, but I wanted to see recipes. I don 't have the coffee table or the guests to use the book for entertainment. I don 't regret the purchase, but I would have gone to a cookbook, not a funny piece.
 
5
   Outstanding encyclopedia of French cuisine
As a chef, it is fun to use this tool as a way to educate my staff. The recipes are edible additions and moderately accessible for a beautiful little '' home cook. I would classify this as an entry-level French cuisine class in a book that is both enjoyable and attainable. The recipes are generally very good versions of modern cuisine, sprinkled with some classic French pastry recipes. Merci beaucoup '' to the author and illustrator!
 
5
   Best cooking book of the year
A wonderful book, as it connected history and present with unique recipes, delicious illustrations, and photography.
 
5
   Breadth of coverage is unmatched in any other french cookbook I have.
This is an incredible tome of knowledge, humor, recipes and folklore! Both the experienced cook and the novice cook are great. It is a pleasure to read slowly, like sipping a fine old Pinot Noir.
 
5
   Big fun food book!
This is an old encyclopedia of French gastronomy for the foodie, Francophile or just plain old knowledge geek. It is definitely a book to dip into from time to time instead of just a straight read. Size and weight make unwieldy for reading in bed or frankly, anywhere but a table. In a pinch, it could be used as a weapon. Contains classic recipes, but is not primarily a cookbook.
 
5
   French Food Encyclopedia
Love This Book ''!! It is great and heavy and it is filled with all food and beverage information, charts, pictures, descriptions, curiosities and all that would be very difficult to find other than in one place. If you want to learn more about French cuisine, origins, variety, than this book is for you. If you are just looking for a typical recipe, you might want to buy a more French cook book. I can 't wait to jump into all info, learn more about French food and culture, and try some of the starred recipes.
 
5
   Terrific Book
A really wonderful book full of information about French regional food, great recipes, interesting articles on French chefs, restaurants and useful tips. I rated it so highly that I bought 7 copies on Amazon com for my British friends, 1 French issue for American friends and another copy on Amacon UK for French friends. I recommend it to all with an interest in France and French food.
 
5
   25 stars
Easily the most graphically impressive tome I have ever seen if you like charts, pictures, tips, illustrations, short cut ideas, short histories, summaries, you will adore it. The perfect GIFT for a foodie!
 
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