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  • Author:
    Elisabeth Luard
  • ISBN:
    1840728752
  • ISBN13:
    978-1840728750
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    M Q Publications (October 1, 2004)
  • Pages:
    304 pages
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    Regional & International
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Elisabeth Luard's recipes are as good as I remember my host mom's home cooking being. Every recipe I have made has turned out delicious, especially the recipe for pickling your own olives and the red pepper & wine chicken

Elisabeth Luard's recipes are as good as I remember my host mom's home cooking being. Every recipe I have made has turned out delicious, especially the recipe for pickling your own olives and the red pepper & wine chicken. One caution though - these recipes take time to prepare, and sometimes use ingredients that are hard to find (or at least for me). However, if you are willing to put in the effort, the results will be worth it! As an added bonus, there is artwork sprinkled throughout the book, painted by Elisabeth Luard herself, that is beautiful. I will be using this cookbook.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Classic French Cooking: Recipes for Mastering the . In the judges' estimation, in addition to scooping the much coveted Glenfiddich Trophy, Elisabeth Luard was named best Cookery Writer for her recipes in The Oldie.

In the judges' estimation, in addition to scooping the much coveted Glenfiddich Trophy, Elisabeth Luard was named best Cookery Writer for her recipes in The Oldie. Elisabeth's seemingly effortless style of writing, self-drawn illustrations and understanding of the way in which ordinary people's cooking reflects their history, culture and everyday life, makes her one of the most individual and distinctive food writers of all time.

The best easy French recipes, from a classic bouillabaisse to hearty beef bourguignon. Crepes seem harder to make than they actually are, and with this recipe, you’ll master the classic French dessert in no time.

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Written by the prize winning author Elisabeth Luard, Classic French Cooking is a product of a lifetime's learning and in this she book brings together the core recipes that are the building blocks for all French cooking. It guarantees the reader and easy entree into the world of regional French cooking and many hours of enjoyable creativity in the kitchen.

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"Classic French Cooking is a collection of iconic recipes that are the base from which all other French cooking derives. Luard is very conscious that classical French cuisine can be complicated and lengthy on method and that most home cooks do not have endless hours to prepare family meals, nor are they always willing to give over an entire day to cook for a dinner party. She has analyzed the methods carefully and wherever possible has simplified the process without losing the most important feature of the French kitchen--flavor. Luard has demystified the process with her common sense approach. And for this reason "Classic French Cooking is an exciting and welcome addition to any cook's library. Her text is thorough and the pages are peppered with her enchanting line drawings of dishes, kitchen utensils, ingredients and market stalls.

Djang
This is quite an easy book to follow. It lists a lot of recipes that one could easily make in the standard American kitchen. And it offers enough variety to make it a 'go-to' book for the budding French culinary student.
None of the recipes are overly complicated and the recipes can be easily adjusted to one's personal taste.
And it is a very nice size. It's a comfortable hardcover 'pocketbook' sized tome.
I would highly recommend this for the kitchen reference shelf.
roternow
Not being quite ready yet to tackle the rather intimidating cookbooks of Julia Child, I decided to start my excursion into French cooking with this simple but thick guide -- and, having used it now for two months or so, I'm extremely happy with it: my palate and digestion are equally delighted. The strong and very clear recipes aside, this is an unusually personal cookbook, both in terms of its easily held and very cozy trim size, and in terms of the author's occasionally nostalgic and obviously in-love-with-France style. (Her breezy little illustrations complete the feel-good quality of the book.) I've had a lot of fun with this cookbook -- and a lot of success. And for someone who just never really adored quiche I can now say, admittedly with a small edge of embarrassment, that I sometimes dream of fresh, warm, authentically made Quiche Lorraine.
August
I got this & the others (Spanish & Italian) as a present. Makes a great gift as a set. Has many authentic recipes in it. I agree with the other reviewer...it is a very cozy, charming cookbook, as are the others that I received. Would definitely recommend them!
Shaktit
I love this book. It is super simple, with most ingredients easy to find in small town Canada, and easy to prepare. With the exception perhaps of escargot, which are hard to find and also fresh chicken livers, ditto, or frogs legs. But those ingredients excepted, (and it's nice to know how to prepare them should I suddenly find myself knee deep in frog legs) these are very family friendly easy to prepare dishes.

I find myself quickly checking up her recipe for french dishes when reading Julia Child for example, while trying to remember what went into the ratatouille that my grandmother made. Chances are the ingredients and amounts are closer to this book, than to Julia's or even Richard Grausman's excellent simplified French cooking. Then the preparations which unlike grand cuisine, don't assume that you have oodles of time and energy to waste on one glorious burst of a meal of a lifetime.

This book assumes you are getting dinner on the table, every night, and that your energy, time and money may be limited.

That said, the end product will live up to Julia Child standards. In short, delicious. This is a terrific book for anyone wanting to gently dip into French cooking. Start here, and add a copy of Hidden in Paris -- The Cookbook along with Easy French Cookingwhich may be out of print but is worth tracking down second hand.

Those three should get you cooking like a French woman born and bred.
With ease, and good taste on limited time, money and energy.
Bon appetit!