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How to Cook Bouillabaisse in 37 Easy Steps: Culinary Adventures in Paris…

by Diane Shaskin

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0986824100, Paperback)

"If you're crazy about all things French, you'll enjoy this book, which not only focuses on food, but is also peppered with anecdotes and making friends in France."
-Calgary Herald

"Diane Shaskin and Mark Craft (founders of Planet Organic Markets) share their love of France in this chronicle of their culinary adventures."
-The Tomato

They were moving from Canada to the California wine country when a change of plans took them on an unexpected trip to France. It turned out to be a love affair that didn’t end. How to Cook Bouillabaisse in 37 Easy Steps chronicles their culinary adventures: shopping the food markets from Paris to the wine villages of Provence; learning how to make the perfect roast lamb from the village butcher; tasting their way around the 56 French AOC cheeses; creating authentic Paris bistro food in the kitchens of the Ritz. And of course, learning how to make bouillabaisse from an eccentric chef in Avignon.

Filled with rich detail and charming anecdotes, this is also a personal story of making friends, adopting a son, and discovering their place in the world.

With 48 French-Inspired Recipes.
"A great resource if you're planning to visit Paris"
-Lisa Monforton, Calgary Herald

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:24:35 -0400)

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