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by Lydie Marshall

eBook Chez Nous: Home Cooking from the South of France ePub
Author: Lydie Marshall
Language: English
ISBN: 0060172037
ISBN13: 978-0060172039
Publisher: Harpercollins; 1st edition (April 1, 1995)
Pages: 320
Category: Regional & International
Subcategory: Food, Drinks
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 692
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ePub file: 1257 kb
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Marshall (Cooking with Lydie Marshall), a cooking instructor in New York City and at her chateau in Nyons, France, serves forth more than 200 recipes gathered from three generations of Provencal family and friends.

Marshall (Cooking with Lydie Marshall), a cooking instructor in New York City and at her chateau in Nyons, France, serves forth more than 200 recipes gathered from three generations of Provencal family and friends. Often introduced by personal anecdotes or descriptions of their origins, the recipes are thorough and easy to follow.

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The recipes, some of which send the cook out for wild snails and cardoons, are in paragraph style, without a list of ingredients, making them somewhat hard to follow.

But this cookbook, by an excellent teacher of French cooking, should at least inspire a trip to the market for the making of roasted fennel and rabbit fricassee with aioli, rather than a visit to a real estate agent. The recipes, some of which send the cook out for wild snails and cardoons, are in paragraph style, without a list of ingredients, making them somewhat hard to follow.

With charm and enthusiasm, Lydie Marshall invites readers to explore the savory splendor of her native France. In A Passion for My Provence (previously published as Chez Nous), Lydie combines anecdotes of her time spent in Provence-the land of olive oil and garlic-with recipes she has acquired from three generations of French friends and family.

The south of France is famed for its rich soils and hot climate – two features that make its raw ingredients simply delicious. If cooking classes aren’t your thing and you’d prefer to just eat the food, La Serviette Blanche offers a chance to eat at a private Chef’s Table. Guests can enjoy an apéritif, followed by a three-course menu paired with wine for the occasion by a private chef.

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FreandlyMan
Lovely book by an expert on French cuisine whom I respect tremendously.
Ferne
You'll find wonderful recipes and stories about country life in the South of France. I felt I was in the aothors kitchen. The recipies are the best part.
Zehaffy
I do not want to make any negative remarks about this book, rather I am just giving feedback for consideration of purchase. I should have considered the title -- cooking from the south of france. The recipes are heavier than most french recipes and, what i found to be most frustrating was the repeating of recipes, over and over, with just the slightest variation. For instance, there are 13 recipes for fruit tarts. It also seems the author fancies a few ingredients and those are repeat again, and again, without much branching out to new ones. There is a recipe for a gratin, and then there's a recipe for gratin with mushrooms. Recipe for Gnocci and then recipe for gnocci with mushrooms.

The anecdotes, introductions, and tales of living in france are enjoyable.

I bought this book because Ms. Marshall's cooking school and books were highly favored by Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa. I'm glad I bought this book used and saved a lot. I would be disappointed if I had paid full price. I only gleaned a small handful of useable recipes from this book.
Thetalas
Bought this when it first came out and have loved it. It's worth buying for the potato pizza crust alone, in my estimation--a totally practical recipe that can be kept in the fridge and brought out for several days to make instant meals to serve a few or many. Ideal for a family. And the vegetable dishes are super--a whole new slant on the zucchini and tomato glut that we often have at the end of summer, and enough to make us all plant basil in our window boxes or pots. Surely the wild boar in the stew could be replaced by rabbit or lean beef--in that case it's the technique and the drama of it that count! Congrats to Lydie Marshallon this nice little book that can add depth to any kitchen bookshelf.
Rit
I got this book some time ago. If you ever thought French cooking was tedious, this book defies that idea. The recipes that Ive tried not only make a massive amount of food, but everything come out perfectly if you follow the steps. I swear by their pastry crust recipe-it's foolproof and the basis for all the quiches that I do when not using the book. The vegetable recipes are also a winner as well-and a winner with family and friends! One of the best-and most user-friendly French cookbooks around.
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