Device converter



Classified ads

Put an ad on this website

Recently added

articles > Culture events

French Leave

A selection of nice books in English

By Virginie Malissart

 Still remember your wonderful supper in a typical bistro in south of France. Can't find the recipe of the famous TarteTatin.
Would you like to know how to prepare the perfect French meal without any fuss? We have selected for you four cookbooks written in English to let you enjoy the French lifestyle.

You will find this selection in every good bookshop.


French Leave

French Leave
French Leave

John Burton Race

Edbury Press £20.
The two Michelin star chef escape the stress of London to a farmhouse in southwest France. Based on the Channel Four television programme, French Leave is a memoir of this year. With over 100 recipes, this book captures the true essence of France


The Food of France

The Food of France
The Food of France

Murdoch book £19.95
The Food of France gives you a real taste of a country that has made food one of the great joys of everyday life.
From a bouchon lyonnais to the vineyards in Bordeaux we are invited to a travel across the taste.
Each recipe is photographed right as it is made and is accompanied by useful hints of methods and ingredients.      





Bistro Food   

Bistro Food
Bistro Food

Ryland Peters & Small . £ 16.99
Traditional bistro fare is the essence of French country cooking. It' not complicated and it's not expensive. Bistro food is real food for real people.                                      




A Little Taste of France

A Little Taste of France
A Little Taste of France

Murdoch books .£9.99
French cooking is often considered to be the standard against which all other cuisines are measured.
This wonderful collection of authentic French recipes has been written by specialists who have kept in mind the home cook and presented the recipes in a way that will make anyone confident enough to make them.

If you feel a bit adventurous, why not try our selection of French cookbook? You will find them in our French site.



Comments are moderated. They are displayed after an administrator validation.


You can reload the captcha by clicking on it