Paris Picnic Club: More Than 100 Recipes to Savor and Share

Winner of the pacific book award—best cookbook!every friday for a year in a small town tucked into the hillsides south of Paris, and it grew into a clandestine pop-up restaurant, Shaheen Peerbhai and Jennie Levitt made a delicious picnic-style meal for their friends, serving much-anticipated lunches to eighty hungry guests.

. You’ll delight in eclectic small plates and sharing platters, creative drinks, indulgent desserts, abundant tartines, and more—to savor and share in your favorite picnic spot or at your dinner table. In this charmingly illustrated book, Shaheen and Jennie offer a collection of their flavorful recipes,  taking inspiration from the diverse cuisines of Paris.

Soon they moved their picnic club to parks and hidden spots across Paris. The recipes here are fun, fresh, and perfect to share with friends. Publishers weeklydelicious recipes from two chefs who cooked up a community as well as a meal. Home cooks will delight in the creative array of meals.  . Charming.

Tasting Paris: 100 Recipes to Eat Like a Local: A Cookbook

Featuring classic recipes like roast chicken with herbed butter and croutons, and Profiteroles, as well as newer dishes that reflect the way Parisians eat today, such as Ratatouille Pita Sandwich with Chopped Eggs and Tahini Sauce and Spiralized Zucchini Salad with Peach and Green Almonds. With 100 recipes, shopping the robust open-air markets, and native parisian Clotilde Dusoulier’s expertise, 125 evocative photographs, Tasting Paris transports you to picnicking along the Seine, and finding the best street food—bringing the flavors and allure of this favorite culinary destination to your very own kitchen.

Tasting paris features new and classic French recipes and cooking techniques that will demistify the art of French cooking and transport your dinner guests to Paris. Whether you have experienced the charm of Paris many times or dream of planning your first trip, here you will find the food that makes this city so beloved.


Le Picnic: Chic Food for On-the-Go

And finish with a selection of delectable treats, including fresh raspberry tartlets and white chocolate macarons. Delight in these perfect picnic recipes for a stylish outdoor feast. The recipes in the book are designed for the home cook. Start the picnic with a glass of Champagne with fresh white peach syrup, a slice of Camembert tart, nibble on caramelized-onion tartlets, and a witloof salad.

Rather than taking a boring sandwich and a flask of coffee to your next picnic, why not a bacon-and-leek quiche, a beautiful potato-and-pork sausage galette or cherry-tomato tartlets? Classic French recipes can be perfectly transportable, are not overly complex, and don’t require particularly hard-to-find ingredients or an advanced skill set.

Le picnic's fifty perfectly transportable recipes include drinks, more substantial fare, nibbles, zesty salads, and delicate sweet treats. Be transported to Paris on your next outdoor feast! Smith street. Le picnic reimagines outdoor lunching as a chic activity that’s worth putting a little more effort into.


The Picnic: Recipes and Inspiration from Basket to Blanket

Winner, iacp cookbook award a picnic is a great escape from our day-to-day and a chance to turn a meal into something more festive and memorable. The picnic shares everything you need to plan an effortless outdoor get-together: no-fail recipes, helpful checklists, and expert advice. With variations on everyone’s favorite deviled eggs, rules for scoring lawn games, firefly catcher, or cookie jar, 99 uses for a Mason jar think cocktail shaker, and refreshing drinks to mix up in crowd-friendly batches, let The Picnic take the stress out of your next party and leave only the fun.

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A Year of Picnics: Recipes for Dining Well in the Great Outdoors

From mountaintops to meadows, rooftops to formal gardens, let your picnicking take you to new places. Now imagine doing it year-round, where the setting speaks to the foods served, and you've got A Year of Picnics! Savor good food and good company while lounging beneath the shady canopy of trees or under the sparkle of a starry sky.

Roost. Smith street. Everyone loves picnicking—dining in the great outdoors, cozied up on blankets, and surrounded by the beauty of the natural world. Through 20 themed picnics—celebrate the bounty of summer produce with a Table to Farm Picnic or revel in the colors of autumn with a Falling Leaves Picnic—you’ll discover the ways food can be elevated by your surroundings.

A year of picnics presents everything you need to picnic through the seasons, with over 70 picnic-perfect recipes, advice for packing your basket, tips on selecting your location, and creative ideas for outdoor activities. With just a picnic blanket and a little inspiration, you can transform mealtimes into an opportunity to relax, connect, and enjoy the outdoors.


Everyday Dorie: The Way I Cook

Many can be served as dinner, or as a side dish, or hot, or as an appetizer, cold, or room temperature. Cherry tomatoes stuffed into red bell peppers and oven-charred. They invite mixing and matching. Smith street. Roost. What makes a “dorie recipe”? Each one has a small surprise that makes it special. They are easygoing, providing swaps and substitutions.

And every single one is like a best friend in the kitchen, full of Dorie’s infectious love of cooking and her trademark hand-holding directions. Mustard and walnuts in the cheese puffs. Cannellini beans in cod en papillote. In everyday dorie, she invites readers into her kitchen to savor the dishes that she makes all the time, from Miso-Glazed Salmon to Lemon Goop.

. The dishes are practical, which is both weeknight simple and fine enough for company, made with common ingredients from the supermarket, like Sweet Chili Chicken Thighs, and Eton Mess, a beautifully casual dessert of crumbled meringue, fruit, or pantry, farmers’ market, and whipped cream.2019 james beard general cookbook award finalist to the hundreds of thousands who follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, Dorie Greenspan’s food is powerfully cookable—her recipes instant classics.


Lunch in Paris: Delicious and simple French recipes

Or a comté-and-Asparagus Tart among many more. With poetic and loving descriptions of each arrondissement featured, Lunch in Paris lets you bring the City of Light to your very own kitchen. With fifty simple and classic examples of French cuisine, this book proves that you need not go to Le Cordon Bleu culinary school to perfect a Pork and Pistachio Terrine.

Trust us: your family and friends will love you all the more for it. Bon appétit! Smith street. Roost. Voilà: you can live out a day eating and reveling in Paris with each turn of the page in this chic cookbook. Lunch in paris is an instant and tantalizing transportation to the Avenue des Champs-Élysées. Or an olive-and-Anchovy Pissaladière.

Plus, it's quite a bit cheaper than a return ticket to France. Each chapter focuses on one of Paris's arrondissements neighborhoods and is studded with dreamy location photography. Or a caramelized Onion- and Goat-Cheese Tartlet.

Let's Eat France!: 1,250 specialty foods, 375 iconic recipes, 350 topics, 260 personalities, plus hundreds of maps, charts, tricks, tips, and ... you want to know about the food of France

Poster-size guides to the breads of France, the wines of France, the oysters of France—even the frites of France. Smith street. Adding to the overall delight of the book is the random arrangement of its content a tutorial on mayonnaise is next to a list of places where Balzac ate, making each page a found treasure.

Named a best food book of the year / best book to gift by the new york times book review, national geographic, real simple, it is a feast for food lovers and Francophiles, and more There’s never been a book about food like Let’s Eat France! A book that feels literally larger than life, The Guardian, Houston Chronicle, combining the completist virtues of an encyclopedia and the obsessive visual pleasures of infographics with an enthusiast’s unbridled joy.

. Profiles of french food icons like Colette and Curnonsky, Brillat-Savarin and Bocuse, the Troigros dynasty and Victor Hugo. You’ll meet endive, the belle of the north; discover the croissant timeline; understand the art of tartare; find a chart of wine bottle sizes, from the tiny split to the Nebuchadnezzar the equivalent of 20 standard bottles; and follow the family tree of French sauces.

It’s a book you’ll open anywhere—and never want to close. Roost. Here are classic recipes, choucroute, pâté en croûte, blanquette de veau, eight essential composed salads, including how to make a pot-au-feu, and the best ratatouille. A region-by-region index of each area’s famed cheeses, charcuterie, and recipes.


In the French Kitchen with Kids: Easy, Everyday Dishes for the Whole Family to Make and Enjoy

Roost. From savory dishes like omelettes, croque-monsieurs or Steak Frites to sweet treats like Profiteroles, Madeleines or Crème Brûlée, readers will find many French classics here. Travel. Shortlisted for the 2019 Taste Canada Awards! From the writer and recipe developer behind eat. Forget the fuss and bring simple, delicious French dishes to your home kitchen with Mardi Michels as your guide.

Twice a week during the school year, you'll find Mardi Michels--French teacher and the well-known blogger behind eat. Write--directing up to a dozen children in her school's science lab as they slice, mix, most importantly, dice, knead and, taste. Smith street. Write comes a new cookbook for parents, children and Francophiles of all ages.

Whether they're learning to make an authentic ratatouille tian or tackling quiche made with pastry from scratch, Mardi's students can accomplish just about anything in the kitchen once they put their minds to it. In her first book, Mardi shows that French food doesn't have to be complicated. Live. With helpful timetables to plan out baking projects, as well as tips on how to get kids involved in the cooking, this book breaks down any preconceived notion that French cuisine is too fancy or too difficult for kids to master.

The result is an elegant, approachable cookbook featuring recipes tailored for young chefs and their families. Live.

The Cook's Atelier: Recipes, Techniques, and Stories from Our French Cooking School

Roost. Seasonal menus build on this foundation, collecting recipes that showcase their fresh, vegetable-focused versions of timeless French dishes, such as:  Green Garlic SouffléWatermelon and Vineyard Peach SaladLittle Croques MadamesSole Meunière with Beurre Blanc and Parsleyed PotatoesSeared Duck Breast with Celery Root Puree and ChanterellesMadeleinesPlum Tarte TatinAlmond-Cherry Galette  Stories of food and life in the village and the unique atmosphere of the atelier accent this personal cookbook.

Combining their professional backgrounds in food and wine, they attract visitors from near and far with their approachable, convivial style of cooking. We can almost hear the clanking of the copper pots, the hiss of the vintage espresso machine, and the merriment around the table, as we meet some of the region’s best small farmers and artisanal producers and experience how Marjorie and Kendall’s family works together to create this special place.

2019 iacp cookbook award for food photography & styling 2019 iacp cookbook award for design the debut cookbook from The Cook’s Atelier—the international culinary destination and cooking school in Burgundy—is a beautifully photographed resource on classic French cuisine and an atmospheric chronicle of a family’s life in a charming French village.

Mother and daughter american expats Marjorie Taylor and Kendall Smith Franchini always dreamed of living in France. With a lot of hard work and a dash of fate, a celebrated French cooking school in the storybook town of Beaune, they realized this dream and cofounded The Cook’s Atelier, located in the heart of the Burgundy wine region.

Featuring more than 100 market-inspired recipes and 300 exceptional photographs, and preserving, this comprehensive reference is an extension of their cooking school, dessert creams and sauces, pastry, providing a refreshingly simple take on French techniques and recipes that every cook should know—basic butchery, essential stocks and sauces, to name a few.

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Canal House: Cook Something: Recipes to Rely On

Roost. Filled with step-by-step photographs and indispensable kitchen wisdom, it is a perfect gift for beginners and an ideal reference for confident cooks. Cook. Inside, you'll find:poached salmon with lemon-butter sauceFettucine with ragu bologneseOven-braised chicken with gnocchiFrench onion soupCanal House's classic vinaigretteClassic Italian meatballsCaramelized apple galetteAnd so much more.

Cook something for others. Smith street. Learn to cook well with this joy of cooking for the instagram generation from James Beard Award-winning cookbook studio Canal House, "the 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue of the food world" Bon Appetit, with 300 simple recipes to rely on for the rest of your life. Canal house's melissa hamilton and Christopher Hirsheimer are home cooks writing about home cooking for other home cooks.

Cook something. Cook something for yourself. It will satisfy you more than you know. From a lifetime of making dinner every single night, they've edited their experience down to the essentials: 300 simple and genius recipes that reveal the building blocks of all good cooking, and are guaranteed to make you a better cook.

Each chapter of cook something helps you master a key ingredient or powerful technique, moving from simple a perfect soft-boiled egg, and how to make it uncommonly delicious to ambitious a towering chocolate souffle. Recipes for salad dressings, roasts, meatballs, braises, vegetables, sauces, and even perfect snacks and sweets help novice and experienced cooks alike reach for the perfect dish for any occasion.