The Paris Cookbook
Often referred to as 'the city of moveable feasts' Paris offers so much for the discerning and adventurous diner. With a cosmopolitan mix of ... Show synopsis Often referred to as 'the city of moveable feasts' Paris offers so much for the discerning and adventurous diner. With a cosmopolitan mix of restaurants the city boasts a wealth of knowledge and expertise on cooking. Aiming to bring this delightful array of tastes into the modern kitchen, the author, equipped with twenty years of living in the city, blends together her own recipes with tips from the top restaurateurs, resulting in a truly wonderful mix of recipes guaranteed to inspire the reader to bring the lively world of this most heavenly of cities into the domestic kitchen. How about a Provencal onion tart with a main course of scallops on a bed of leeks finished off with a luscious Chocolat Chaud? Delicious! An appreciation of Parisian history can only add to an enjoyment of the city's food so wherever pertinent, recipes, colour photography and essays are complemented by snippets of history and nostalgic black-and-white photographs which invite the reader to understand truly how Paris and its people have developed into the one of the greatest food capitals of the world.