Williams-Sonoma Foods of the World: Paris: Authentic Recipes Celebrating the Foods of the Worldby Marlena Spieler, Chuck Williams, Martena Spieler, Jean-Blaise Hall
Paris has long been the culinary heart of France, and its residents are still as discriminating today as they have been for centuries. Without hesitation, Parisians travel to one specialty shop after another, seeking out the best-quality bread, cheese, honey, olive oil, chocolate, and wine. When not eating at home, they enjoy the many bistros and brasseries that rank Paris among the world's top dining-out cities. Williams-Sonoma Foods of the World Paris, filled with vivid photographs, explores the many reasons for the city's internationally recognized culinary reputation. Dozens of stories reveal the secrets of making long-cherished foods and profile people, places, and influences that have shaped the Parisian food scene. More than 45 recipes allow you to sample traditional dishes, such as Boeuf en Daube, Steak with Shallot Sauce, or Raspberry Charlotte, as well as such innovations as Duck Breasts with Port and Figs or Strawberry Soup. Wherever you live, you can experience the remarkable cuisine of the City of Light.
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