It might come as a surprise to some that one of the most trendy and successful bakeries in Paris is run by an Englishwoman. But it shouldn’t. With the triumphant success of the Rose Bakery in Paris’s 9th arrondissement, Rose Carrarini quickly earned a reputation for creating simple yet uncompromising foods that focus on the importance of using fresh, flavorful ingredients and a loving attention to detail.
Like the Rose Bakery itself, Carrarini’s new cookbook, Breakfast, Lunch, Tea, dissolves the distinctions between restaurant cooking and home cooking, and holds firm to the belief that flavor need not be complicated. The book features recipes from 100 of the bakery’s most popular dishes, including breakfast staples (honey granola, fruit salad), light lunch dishes (soups, salads, risottos), and afternoon treats (sticky toffee pudding, carrot cake).
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