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  • The Food of France

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The Food of France

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France is the birthplace of some of the world’s greatest chefs and a major influence on many others. Rich with lush images and amazing recipes, this book offers insights into the country’s internationally renowned gastronomic culture.

Part of a global food series, The Food of France offers a real taste of a country that has made food one of the great joys of everyday life. Join our culinary journey from the restaurants of Lyon to the kitchens of Provence, through the vineyards of Bordeaux to the bakers of Paris. Each recipe is photographed right as it is made and is accompanied by useful hints on methods and ingredients.

To partner the recipes, special sections open out to explore the essence of French food and drink. Included are beautiful photographs shot in France which show how to choose the best produce. This book is a must-have for anyone interested in the French style of food preparation.

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Related book: The Food of Italy

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