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French Cuisine Cookbooks

by Susan Reiss

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Dining With Proust, by Anne Borrel
Color photographs and illustrations. This book is a must for Proust fans. The meals from Proust's table are evoked in this work through recipes, literature, history and pictures.
The Escoffier Cook Book: A Guide to the Fine Art of Cookery, by Auguste Escoffier
Escoffier is considered the Father of French Cooking.
Feasts of Provence, by Robert Carrier
Provincial style cooking -- with mouth-watering photographs of the dishes.
The French Cookie Book: Classic and Contemporary Recipes for Easy and Elegant Cookies, by Bruce Healy
French cookie guide -- with photographs.
Larousse Gastronomique, by Prosper Montagne
Classic reference book for French cooking technique -- includes photographs and illustrations.
Mastering the Art of French Cooking, by Julia Child, Louisette Bertholle and Simone Beck
Classic French cookbook. This two volume set of cookbooks gave Julia Child her start and pioneered the way to her television show in French cooking.
Monet's Table: The Cooking Journals of Claude Monet, by Claire Joyes
Monet's cooking journals are brought to life in this book through reproductions of his works, combined with photographs of food and the wonderful surroundings which inspired his paintings.
Pierre Franey's Cooking in France, by Pierre Franey
French regional cooking styles are covered in Pierre Franey's book, including Parisian cuisine.
Renoir's Table: The Art of Living and Dining with One of the World's Greatest Impressionist Painters, by Jean-Bernard Naudin et al
Renoir's life is portrayed through reproductions of his paintings, wonderful photographs of savory dishes, stories that detail his life, together with recreated recipes of his time.
Toulouse-Lautrec's Table, by Jean-Bernard Naudin et al
Pictorial reproductions, photographs, as well as recipes from the Belle Epoque period and the southwestern regions of France, give the reader a big slice of the life lead by Lautrec.

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