Francophiles can get their fill of French fare and flair in three new books, due out soon, that will take them to the heart of one of the world's most defining cusines, from the inside out and vice versa.
Choose between meandering among the produce of the gatekeepers of French cuisine in The Food and Wine of France to the ex-pat musings of Bonjour Kale struggling to adapt to her new country, plus the exploration of savoir-faire in french domestic kitchens from an outsider in 'In a French Kitchen'.
The Food and Wine of France: Eating and Drinking from Champagne to Provence
by Edward Behr
More of a gastronomes wanderings through the culinary delights of France, than cookbook, culinary author Edward Behr introduces us to French food through his professional lens.
Along his travels he meets with some of France's best chefs and artisans to discover what it really takes to be the very 'best' when it comes to French cuisine, bread, cheese and wine.
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