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My Paris Kitchen

I am REALLY picky when it comes to cookbooks.

I rarely cook directly from them. I use them mostly as points of reference or as inspiration.

That being said, I had been eagerly awaiting David Lebovitz‘s newest cookbook, “My Paris Kitchen“, for some time. David, as you may know, primarily specializes in pastry and desserts but he’s equally well-versed in savory cooking.

The book is a gorgeous paean to the City of Light and a joyous gastronomic tour.

I’m looking forward to cooking my way through it.

This entry was published on April 19, 2014 at 9:02 am. It’s filed under cooking, food, food photography, French food, photography, spring and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “My Paris Kitchen

  1. I enjoy collecting cookbooks. I appreciate them more for the history and what they say about cooking/society of their times. My favorites are the ‘church women’s cookbooks’. The recipes are usually the same but once in awhile there is a surprise gem in them.


  2. I just got my signed copy and ate a meal cooked from the book – it was superb!


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