Cookbooks

La Bonne Cuisine by Saint-Ange
Cookbooks / France

La Bonne Cuisine de Madame E Saint-Ange

La Bonne Cuisine – Introduction La Bonne Cuisine de Madame E. Saint-Ange is a beloved classic of the French cooking literature. We are lucky that Chez Panisse chef and lover of all things French, Paul Aratow, decided to take on the mammoth and exacting task of translating her extraordinary work […]

Artusi Science in the Kitchen
Cookbooks

Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well by Pellegrino Artusi

Science in the Kitchen: Introduction Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well was written by Pellegrino Artusi who was born in the small Italian village of Forlimpopoli in 1820 and died in Florence in 1921. His achievements were many and spanned the fields of science, business and […]

Foodtourist Top Fifty French Provincial Cooking
Cookbooks

French Provincial Cooking by Elizabeth David

French Provincial Cooking – Introduction French Provincial Cooking was one of Elizabeth David’s greatest books which transports us to the south of France with beautiful prose and tasty recipes. Elizabeth David was no ordinary person. She developed her taste for food while studying French history at the prestigious Sorbonne in […]

Le Guide Culinaire
Cookbooks

Le Guide Culinaire by Auguste Escoffier

Le Guide Culinaire – Introduction Le Guide Culinaire: A Guide to Modern Cookery by Auguste Escoffier is THE classic cookbook. Escoffier will always be remembered as one of the greatest chefs and one of the greatest food writers of all time. Yet he is more than that as he played […]

Jane Sigal Bistronomy
Cookbooks

Bistronomy by Jane Sigal

In her book Bistronomy, Jane Sigal has captured the movement sweeping France and restoring the excitement about contemporary food and wine in that country. It is an important book. The book captures the recent history of the bistronomy movement and shows a close link between the parallel move towards the […]