Barefoot In Paris (Hardcover) by Garten, Ina
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Hardcover; Published 10/21/2004; 240 Pages; ISBN 9781400049356
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From the South Fork of Long Island to the Left Bank of Paris, Ina Garten has her finger on the pulse of what people really want to eat--and how they like to cook.
In her latest cookbook, Ina reinvents the classics of French cuisine, looking to her favorite spots in Paris to inspire an all-new collection of easy-to-prepare bistro fare you really can make at home. Readers come to her for dishes that are simple to make, look absolutely gorgeous, and have that unmistakable wow! factor that makes the cook a star every time she serves them. The recipes here are no exception: easy, fresh-flavored, and comforting, with that Barefoot Contessa twist that makes them just a bit more special.
Ina simplifies familiar preparations like Soupe au Pistou and Boeuf Bourguignon to make them weeknight fare. Vichyssoise gets a fresh new look with the addition of zucchini, and she adds nuance to a traditional chocolate mousse with the flavor of orange. It's an introduction to French cuisine that is inviting and empowering, not intimidating. With impeccably clear recipes and vivid photographs that make old standards new again, the arrival of Barefoot in Paris is sure to be the cookbook event of the season.
This is a great book! It is colorful and the recipes are delicious!
I am a great fan of this cook and her TV show. Went to Paris last year then bought this book sort of as a souvenir. Gave it to my my daughter who went with me. The book is wonderful with lots of practical recipes. I should have bought one for myself. Anna
Ina's recipes are inspiring, and truly capture the essence of rustic French cooking. The price is a bargain as well- Williams Sonoma's cost was $35!
I love all these cookbooks, the recipes are very easy to follow and taste delicious. The only drawback is sometimes finding the specialty items for the recipes.
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Recipes that call for wine do so to enhance the flavor of the dish- so it's not the time to use that half-opened bottle of red that's been sitting in your fridge for a month. If you wouldn't drink it, then don't cook with it.