Alain Ducasse Nature: Simple, Healthy, and Good

Alain Ducasse Nature Simple Healthy and Good Michelin starred chef Alain Ducasse challenges the clich d image of French food as complicated and heavy Here he goes back to basics and rediscovers the pleasures of simple French food based on health

  • Title: Alain Ducasse Nature: Simple, Healthy, and Good
  • Author: Alain Ducasse Paula Neyrat Christophe Saintagne
  • ISBN: 9780847838400
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Michelin starred chef Alain Ducasse challenges the clich d image of French food as complicated and heavy Here he goes back to basics and rediscovers the pleasures of simple French food based on healthy, locally sourced ingredients that are in season, without the fat and without the fuss The book features charming line drawings and mouthwatering food photography by one ofMichelin starred chef Alain Ducasse challenges the clich d image of French food as complicated and heavy Here he goes back to basics and rediscovers the pleasures of simple French food based on healthy, locally sourced ingredients that are in season, without the fat and without the fuss The book features charming line drawings and mouthwatering food photography by one of France s most acclaimed food photographers Sidebars and asides containing useful snippets of Ducasse s experience and advice are peppered throughout With over 190 simple yet sublime dishes, Ducasse highlights a wide range of flavor combinations in which vegetables, fruits, and grains take pride of place, while animal protein is used sparingly for flavor Ducasse casts aside preconceived notions of French food to reveal its essence seasonal produce, fresh flavors, and hearty, healthy dishes meant to be shared with friends and family.

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    1. I read cookbooks for pleasure. At one time I had a collection of several hundred, cooked from all of them, read them for background information, etc. So trust me--This is possibly the worst cookbook ever. First of all, it's illegible. Someone thought it would be interesting to print the ingredients in green or orange or even yellow ink, with the instructions in black ink. SO irritating and very hard to read. Secondly, the ingredients are not listed. You have to read the instructions (in black) t [...]

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