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Child, Julia

The French Chef Cookbook (2023 ed.)

The French Chef Cookbook (2023 ed.)

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From the publisher

By 1963, Julia Child had already achieved widespread recognition as the bestselling author of Mastering the Art of French Cooking, but it wasn't until her television debut with The French Chef that she became the superstar we know and love today. Over the course of ten seasons, millions of Americans learned not only how to cook, but how to embrace food. The series completely changing the way that we eat today, and it earned Julia a Peabody Award in 1965 and an Emmy Award in 1966.

From that success came The French Chef Cookbook, Julia's first solo cookbook, written with all the wit, wisdom, and joie de vivre for which she is rightly remembered. Organized by episode--"Dinner in a Pot," "Caramel Desserts," "Beef Gets Stewed Two Ways"--the book, like the television show on which it is based, is a complete French culinary education, packed with more than 300 delectable recipes--including timeless classics like Cassoulet, Vichyssoise, Coq au Vin, Croissants, and Chocolate Mousse.

The definitive companion to Julia's groundbreaking television series, The French Chef Cookbook is now available in a beautiful new edition, sixty years after Julia first took to the airwaves.

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From Chef Scott

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This iconic book is a treasure trove of classic recipes, invaluable cooking techniques, and delightful anecdotes that will inspire both seasoned chefs and enthusiastic home cooks.

Julia Child's charming and charismatic personality shines through the pages, making the learning process not only educational but also incredibly enjoyable. Her detailed instructions and step-by-step guidance ensure that even the most complex dishes can be mastered with practice. From the perfect boeuf bourguignon to the flakiest croissants, "The French Chef" covers it all with grace and expertise.

The book is beautifully illustrated, and the vivid descriptions of the dishes will make your mouth water. Whether you are a fan of traditional French cooking or simply appreciate the art of gastronomy, this book is a must-have addition to your collection. It's a timeless classic that will continue to inspire and delight for generations to come.In conclusion, "The French Chef" is a delightful, informative, and essential book for anyone who wants to explore the rich and diverse world of French cuisine. Julia Child's passion for food is contagious, and her expertise is unmatched.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who is ready to embark on a delicious culinary journey. Happy cooking!