Menus(e): France

Menus(e): France

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by P. Robillard, J. Albertson
     
 
Know what you eat!
Menus(e)! New for 2012, a foreign menu that you can USE! This French menu translator alphabetically lists 100s of food items and culinary preparations along with their concise, English definitions. Fully indexed with easily searchable listings, Menus(e)! is a must-have for your next trip to a french-speaking country.

For adventurous

Overview

Know what you eat!
Menus(e)! New for 2012, a foreign menu that you can USE! This French menu translator alphabetically lists 100s of food items and culinary preparations along with their concise, English definitions. Fully indexed with easily searchable listings, Menus(e)! is a must-have for your next trip to a french-speaking country.

For adventurous eaters, search out food and preparations not often available at home...from abat (organ meats) to limaces (land snails), the world of food will open to you. For the more timid, you won't mistakenly order off the menu a dish you wouldn't dream of eating at home. From "a point" (medium rare) to "Zingara" (a sauce of demi-glace, tomato, ham, pickled tongue and paprika) the Menus(e): France will help you order the foods you want and avoid those you don't.

From the makers of the Passeport Gastronomique series, Menus(e)! have the complete, identical listings from the latest edition Passeports but don't include the Passeports' helpful phrase and pronunciation guides. Menus(e)! is available for France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Germany, Portugal and Sweden. Passeports Gastronomique are available for these same countries PLUS France/Spain, Spain/Portugal combination volumes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012073358
Publisher:
Travelight Books
Publication date:
03/28/2012
Series:
Menus(e) , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
296 KB

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Menus(e): France 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read the other review and almost didn't buy the book but thought I'd give it a try. Not sure what the other reviewer didn't like. It proved to be very useful. I thought it was great.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Without question, the worst ebook purchase I've ever made. First, the very act of paging/scrolling through the book is nearly impossible. It's very slow and unresponsive and organized more like a bad pdf than a book. Second, when we were in France looking at French menus, about 75% of the items I looked up were NOT in this book. In short, it was utterly useless -- a complete waste of time and money and space.