Hearty boeuf Bourguignon served in deep bowls over a garlic-rubbed slice of baguette toast; decadently rich croque monsieur, eggy and oozing with cheese; gossamer crAume brulee, its sweetness offset by a brittle burnt-sugar topping. Whether shared in a cozy French bistro or in your own home, the romance and enduring appeal of French country cooking is irrefutable. Here is the book that helps you bring that spirit, those evocative dishes, into your own home. What Ina Garten is known foraon her Food Network show and in her three previous bestselling booksais adding a special twist to familiar dishes, while also streamlining the recipes so you spend less time in the kitchen but still emerge with perfection. And thatas exactly what she offers in Barefoot in Paris. Inaas kir royale includes the unique addition of raspberry liqueuraa refreshing alternative to the traditional crAume de cassis. Her vichyssoise is brightened with the addition of zucchini, and her chocolate mousse is deeply flavored with the essence of orange. All of these dishes are true to their Parisian roots, but all offer something specialaand are thoroughly delicious, completely accessible, and the perfect fare for friends and family. Barefoot in Paris is suffused with Inaas love of the city, of the bustling outdoor markets and alluring little shops, of the bakeries and fromageries and charcuteriesaof the wonderful celebration of food that you find on every street corner, in every neighborhood. So take a trip to Paris with the perfect guideathe Barefoot Contessa herselfain her most personal book yet. From the Hardcover edition.SERVES 6 One of my favorite restaurants in Paris, Benoit, offers a few little profiteroles at the table to snack on while youa#39;re deciding about dessert! French puff pastry, or pActe An choux, seems complicated, but once you get the hang of it, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Barefoot in Paris|
|Publisher||:||Clarkson Potter - 2012-11-26|