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The gateau des Rois ('cake of kings') is commonly eaten in many Christian countries to celebrate the end of the Christmas season or Epiphany. It is normally made out of puff pastry and frangipane, but in Provence it is made from brioche and candied fruit. Every year after the 12th day of Christmas and before Pancake Day (Shrove Tuesday), friends and families in Provence have a gateau des ...
The food of France gives you a real taste of a country that has made food one of the great joys of every day. Join our culinary journey from the restaurants of Lyon to the kitchens of Provence, through the vineyards of Bordeaux to the bakers of Paris, and discover the food that defines today's French cooking: the freshest seafood with herb aïoli, winter salt pork with lentils and a slow-cooking cassoulet, warm brioche and petits pots de crème.Each recipe is photographed right as it is made, and is accompanied by useful hints on methods and ingredients. Beautiful photographs shot in France show how to choose the best produce: from market-fresh vegetables to seafood, regional cheeses and charcuterie.To partner the recipes, special sections open up to explore the essence of French food and drink. Varieties of cheeses, charcuterie, seafood, pâtisserie and breads have been photographed to make identification easy; there are sections on ripening a Camembert, the baguette and French chocolate; as well as a guide to enjoying the best of France's wines and champagnes.

ISBN: 9780864119704

AUTEUR: Sarah Randell


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Find out why Lyon has been known as the world's food capital for some 80 years with these top 10 facts on Lyon's gastronomy. Not only is Lyon amazingly beautiful but for some 80 years Lyon has also been recognised as the food capital of France and the world. In 1935, famed French food critic Curnonsky, dubbed the Prince of Gastronmy, described the city of Lyon as the 'world capital of ...