in a french kitchen tales and traditions of everyday home cooking in france

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In A French Kitchen

Author : Susan Herrmann Loomis
ISBN : 9781592409655
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"In On Rue Tatin, Susan Herrmann Loomis - an expat who long ago traded her American grocery store for a bustling French farmers' market - introduced us to her French life. Now she shares the French kitchen with us, providing everyday tips, secrets, and eighty-six recipes that come straight from French cooks, showing how they turn every meal into a sumptuous occasion and proving that dishes don't have to be complicated to be delicious. French cooks don't rely on expensive gadgets, vast counter space, or fancy cookware. Instead, they make do with their old cracked bowls, dull knives, and small kitchens because, for them, the real treasure is time at the table. Whether it be a weeknight supper or a long Sunday lunch, they take joy in eating and spending time together, and they understand that preparation is the path to getting there."

Nuts In The Kitchen

Author : Susan Herrmann Loomis
ISBN : 9780061991295
Genre : Cooking
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“When it comes to recipes, Ms. Loomis delivers.” —Wall Street Journal Go nutty with Nuts in the Kitchen! Internationally renowned food expert Susan Herrmann Loomis has put together a comprehensive collection of more than 100 nut recipes for every meal and every taste. The owner and operator of the On Rue Tatin cooking school in Normandy, France, and author of Cooking at Home on Rue Tatin, Loomis takes nutritious, delicious nuts beyond the bowl and into appetizers, salads, main courses, and desserts. Nuts in the Kitchen is an omnivore’s delight—a treat for vegetarians, vegans, and health-conscious eaters looking for balanced diets rich in flavor—offering a host of surprising, sophisticated, wonderfully inventive new uses for this delectable, protein-packed ingredient.

French Grill

Author : Susan Herrmann Loomis
ISBN : 1682680843
Genre : Cooking
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"When it comes to France, you don't normally think of barbecue, but Susan Hermann Loomis has channeled the grilling of her native America through the cuisine of her adoptive France in 125 stylish, bold-flavored recipes that will inspire you to fire up your grill." --Steven Raichlen, Project Smoke

On Rue Tatin

Author : Susan Herrmann Loomis
ISBN : 9780767911443
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Susan Loomis arrived in Paris twenty years ago with little more than a student loan and the contents of a suitcase to sustain her. But what began then as an apprenticeship at La Varenne École de Cuisine evolved into a lifelong immersion in French cuisine and culture, culminating in permanent residency in 1994. On Rue Tatin chronicles her journey to an ancient little street in Louviers, one of Normandy’s most picturesque towns. With lyrical prose and wry candor, Loomis recalls the miraculous restoration that she and her husband performed on the dilapidated convent they chose for their new residence. As its ochre and azure floor tiles emerged, challenges outside the dwelling mounted. From squatters to a surly priest next door, along with a close-knit community wary of outsiders, Loomis tackled the social challenges head-on, through persistent dialogue–and baking. On Rue Tatin includes delicious recipes that evoke the essence of this region, such as Apple and Thyme Tart, Duck Breast with Cider, and Braised Chicken in White Wine and Mustard. Transporting readers to a world where tradition is cherished, On Rue Tatin provides a touching glimpse of the camaraderie, exquisite food, and simple pleasures of daily life in a truly glorious corner of Normandy. From the Trade Paperback edition.

La Cuisine

Author : Françoise Bernard
ISBN : 0847835014
Genre : Cooking
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Beginning in the 1960s, Bernard revolutionized French cooking by writing cookbooks aimed at the modern woman. This grand volume overflows with charmingly homey recipes--onion soup, croque mignon, steak au poivre, coq au vin, tuna provencale, and potatoes boulangere.

The Whole Fromage

Author : Kathe Lison
ISBN : 9780307452078
Genre : Cooking
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An Amazon 2013 Best of the Year Pick The French, sans doute, love their fromages. And there’s much to love: hundreds of gloriously pungent varieties—crumbly, creamy, buttery, even shot through with bottle-green mold. So many varieties, in fact, that the aspiring gourmand may wonder: How does one make sense of it all? In The Whole Fromage, Kathe Lison sets out to learn what makes French cheese so remarkable—why France is the “Cheese Mother Ship,” in the words of one American expert. Her journey takes her to cheese caves tucked within the craggy volcanic rock of Auvergne, to a centuries-old monastery in the French Alps, and to the farmlands that keep cheesemaking traditions alive. She meets the dairy scientists, shepherds, and affineurs who make up the world of modern French cheese, and whose lifestyles and philosophies are as varied and flavorful as the delicacies they produce. Most delicious of all, she meets the cheeses themselves—from spruce-wrapped Mont d’Or, so gooey it’s best eaten with a spoon; to luminous Beaufort, redolent of Alpine grasses and wildflowers, a single round of which can weigh as much as a Saint Bernard; to Camembert, invented in Normandy but beloved and imitated across the world. With writing as piquant and rich as a well-aged Roquefort, as charming as a tender springtime chèvre, and yet as unsentimental as a stinky Maroilles, The Whole Fromage is a tasty exploration of one of the great culinary treasures of France. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Bonne Femme Cookbook

Author : Wini Moranville
ISBN : 9781558327498
Genre : Cooking
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Simple, Splendid Food that French Women Cook Every Day; 250 recipes that focus on simple, fresh ingredients prepared well

Farmhouse Cookbook

Author : Susan Herrmann Loomis
ISBN : 1563051257
Genre : Cooking
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Garnered from two years of research in America's heartland, this authentic farmhouse cookbook includes recipes for pot roast, meat loaf, lentil salad with smoked turkey and tarragon, hot pepper corn bread, and more

Italian Farmhouse Cookbook

Author : Susan Herrmann Loomis
ISBN : 0761105271
Genre : Cooking
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A collection of recipes emphasizing fresh ingredients and simple preparation techniques includes instructions for appetizers, salads, soups, pasta dishes, meat and fish, vegetable dishes, breads, and desserts.

Mastering The Art Of French Eating

Author : Ann Mah
ISBN : 9781101638156
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The memoir of a young diplomat’s wife who must reinvent her dream of living in Paris—one dish at a time When journalist Ann Mah’s diplomat husband is given a three-year assignment in Paris, Ann is overjoyed. A lifelong foodie and Francophile, she immediately begins plotting gastronomic adventures à deux. Then her husband is called away to Iraq on a year-long post—alone. Suddenly, Ann’s vision of a romantic sojourn in the City of Light is turned upside down. So, not unlike another diplomatic wife, Julia Child, Ann must find a life for herself in a new city. Journeying through Paris and the surrounding regions of France, Ann combats her loneliness by seeking out the perfect pain au chocolat and learning the way the andouillette sausage is really made. She explores the history and taste of everything from boeuf Bourguignon to soupe au pistou to the crispiest of buckwheat crepes. And somewhere between Paris and the south of France, she uncovers a few of life’s truths. Like Sarah Turnbull’s Almost French and Julie Powell’s New York Times bestseller Julie and Julia, Mastering the Art of French Eating is interwoven with the lively characters Ann meets and the traditional recipes she samples. Both funny and intelligent, this is a story about love—of food, family, and France.

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