New York is home to a multitude of international cuisines. Following on from the popularity of J'aime Paris, join Alain Ducasse on a tour of his favourite New York eating haunts.
Alain Ducasse is regarded throughout the world as one of the most prominent French chefs, and he is driven to share his passion through his businesses.
Along with three gourmet restaurants, Restaurant Plaza Athénée in Paris, Le Louis XV in Monaco, and Alain Ducasse at the Essex House in New York, he has also created new concept restaurants worldwide and a professional-level cooking school. Grand Livre de Cuisine : Alain Ducasse's Culinary Encyclopedia represents Ducasse's sincere desire to share his know-how and enthusiasm with other professionals and lovers of cooking.
The recipes have been written with the collaboration of Jean-François Piège, Didier Elena, Franck Cerutti (Head Chef at Le Louis XV), Patrick Ogheard, and Benoit Witz (Head Chef at the Hostellerie de l'Abbaye de La Celle). Together, three acclaimed chefs have managed to make Grand Livre de Cuisine simple, approachable, und usable by everyone. The innovative, inspiring recipes are accompanied by beautiful photographs, showing that for Alain Ducasse, presentation and finish are as important as the food itself.
The moment of the first taste must be a real celebration of the senses. With 700 recipes, this book will be an indispensable reference - and inspiration - for professional and experienced home cooks worldwide.
From a morning croissant on the Canal Saint-Martin to a magical dinner on the Eiffel Tower, this title takes you on a gourmet tour of Paris.
Anne-Solenne Hatte presents the mouthwatering recipes for traditional Vietnamese home cooking collected by Ba, her maternal grandmother. This book is an homage to Vietnamese cuisine, with its emphasis on fresh ingredients, bright flavour combinations, zesty sauces, and reputation for healthfulness with vegetables and salads at centre stage. These family recipes withstood the test of time and exile. Staying true to her culinary heritage, Ba learned to work around unavailable items and adapt to new ingredients. These expertly detailed yet accessible recipes are intertwined with the story of Ba s event-filled life and memories of home. After exploring the cuisine s base recipes and mother sauces, the book explores dishes organised by region. Included are classic variations of pho, quick pickled vegetables, robust salads, grilled and stir-fried meats, and fusion dishes like trendy banh mi sandwiches.