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  • Bistro Cooking

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Bistro Cooking

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Bistro is warm. Bistro is family. Bistro is simple, hearty, generous cuisine — robust soups and country omelets, wine-scented stews and bubbling gratins, and desserts from a grandmother’s kitchen.

Researched and written by Patricia Wells, author of The Food Lover’s Guide to Paris and The Food Lover’s Guide to France, here is a celebration of the no-nonsense, inexpensive, soul-satisfying cuisine of the neighborhood restaurants of France.

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