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Mastering the Art of French Cooking
"Has it really been 40 years since Julia Child rescued Americans from dreary casseroles? This reissue, clad in a handsome red jacket, is what a cookbook should be: packed with sumptuous recipes,... More > detailed instructions, and precise line drawings. Some of the instructions look daunting, but as Child herself says in the introduction, 'If you can read, you can cook.'"
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The Art of French(ie) Cooking
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This fun and colorful cookbook is the work of the volunteers and friends of French Bulldog Village, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It's filled with homemade dog dinner and treat recipes,... More > including Martha Stewart's "Fabulous Frenchie Food" and Three Dog Bakery's "Hungry Mongrel Turkey Burgers". One hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale of this book go directly to the rescue, rehabilitation, and rehoming of French Bulldogs and French Bulldog mixes. You'll find us at www.frenchbulldogvillage.net. We hope you will continue to support us and animal welfare and rescue organizations in your community.
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French Recipes: The Authentic Cooking Experience
French cuisine is famous for its delicious taste and beautiful presentation. In this country, French restaurants are among the most fine and expensive restaurants. However, you don’t need to go... More > to the expensive restaurant to have a taste of the French. You can cook the authentic French food right at your own home.
This cookbook is a collection of authentic French recipes. Most of the recipes are easy to make and delicious to taste. With this recipe book, you can feed your family and entertain your friends with great food.
Here are some sample recipes: Brioches, Chicken Marengo, Crème Brulee, Escargot Mushrooms, French Baguettes, French Macaroons with Raspberry-Rose Buttercream, French Onion Soup, Herb Roasted New Potatoes, Lamb Shoulder Chops with Apples and Prunes, Pork Chops with Stewed Tomatoes, Capers and Rosemary, Oxtail Bourguinonne, Roasted Veal Chop with Morels, Sautéed Lamb Medallions with Red Wine and Fresh Mint, Shrimp in Ginger Butter Sauce, Steamed Mussels in White Wine and many more.< Less
Cook It French! Easy Recipes for Purim
This cookbook gathers French recipes centered around the Jewish Holiday of Purim. Filled with traditions and fun, this book will help make any Purim celebration exciting.
Cook It French! Easy Recipes for Hanukkah
Growing up in France, I never realized how my favorite Jewish recipes could be so different than the ones in the USA. I had never heard of latkes or suvganiot, but I had a lot of different and... More > delicious recipes that meant Hanukkah to me, that I would love to share. Don't let the words "French Cuisine" scare you though! These recipes are simple, healthy, and easy, but most importantly, strictly kosher. They are a great alternative for those who would love to try something original for Hanukkah or any other occasion.< Less
Cook It French! Easy Recipes for Shavuot
While cheesecake and blintzes are virtually unheard of in France, there is a whole array of both traditional and modern dairy recipes that the Jews of France like to serve for the Holiday of Shavuot.... More > Try these different recipes that will amaze your guests and family!< Less
Cook It French! Easy Recipes for Passover
Discover in this book, traditional Jewish recipes that will brighten your Passover holiday. These recipes are easy, healthy, unique, and your whole family will enjoy them.
Cook It French!: Easy Recipes for Rosh Hashanah
This book gathers more than 50 recipes than will stun your guests and family for the Jewish New Year. Pomegranate-shaped Chalot, Honey and Almond Chicken, Spinach Cholent or Chestnut Cake are only a... More > few example of what you will be able to try, discover ...and share!< Less
A Little Cook Book for a Little Girl
A Little Cook Book For A Little Girl by Caroline French Benton, edit in 1905.
This is Margaret's cook-book. Once upon a time there was a little girl named Margaret, and she wanted to cook, so she... More > went into the kitchen and tried and tried, but she could not understand the cook-books, and she made dreadful messes, and spoiled her frocks and burned her fingers till she just had to cry.
One day she went to her grandmother and her mother and her Pretty Aunt and her Other Aunt, who were all sitting sewing, and asked them to tell here about cooking.
When Margaret had looked at everything, she set out in a row the big bowl and the middle-sized bowl and the little wee bowl, and put the scalloped patty-pans around them, and the real egg-beater in front of all, just like a picture, and then she read a page in her cook-book, and began to believe it was all true. She had cooked every single thing in the book.< Less
A Little Cook Book for a Little Girl (Illustrated)
Once upon a time there was a little girl named Margaret, and she wanted to cook, so she went into the kitchen and tried and tried, but she could not understand the cook-books, and she made dreadful... More > messes, and spoiled her frocks and burned her fingers till she just had to cry. One day she went to her grandmother and her mother and her Pretty Aunt and her Other Aunt, who were all sitting sewing, and asked them to tell here about cooking…. When Margaret had looked at everything, she set out in a row the big bowl and the middle-sized bowl and the little wee bowl, and put the scalloped patty-pans around them, and the real egg-beater in front of all, just like a picture, and then she read a page in her cook-book, and began to believe it was all true. So she danced for joy, and put on a gingham apron and began to cook that very minute, and before another birthday she had cooked every single thing in the book. This is Margaret's cook-book.< Less