French Regional Cooking

By Anne Willan

Original Publisher
William Morrow & Company
Date of publication
1981
ISBN
0688036708

says

Anne Willan offers a culinary geography of France in French Regional Cooking. Organized by region, with more than 300 recipes that will guide you in creating the traditional dishes of the area. Willan includes picturesque and historic accounts of the 12 regions – including Brittany, Normandy, Champagne, and Languedoc – that will put the mouthwatering dishes beautifully into context.

from the publisher

In this cookbook series, every stage of each recipe is photographed in close-up detail, from assembling the ingredients and necessary equipment, through every step of the preparation to the finished dish.

Recommended by

Diana Henry

Award-winning food writer and author. Columnist at The Sunday Telegraph

The best book on the regional cooking of France. These are the dishes that made me fall in love with France and with cooking in general. I’ve been cooking out of this book for over thirty years. Learned, huge in scope, it’s now out of print and I wouldn’t lend my copy to anyone.

Justin Gellatly

Co founder and Master Baker at Bread Ahead

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