Pork And Sons (Hardcover) by Reynaud, Stephane
Hardcover; Published 3/23/2007; 368 Pages; ISBN 9780714847610
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Pork & Sons by Stephane Reynaud is the quintessential pig cookbook, featuring 150 simple and delicious rustic pork recipes such as pork with dates and dried apricots, warm sausage and Puy lentil salad, tagliatelle with lardon, choucroute, even the ultimate bacon club sandwich. And Reynaud should know. Not only is he co-owner of the acclaimed restaurant Villa 9 Trois in Montreuil (just outside of Paris), he also comes from a long line of generations of butchers and farmers in the Ardeche, just southwest of Grenoble.
In his authentic and intensely personal cookbook, Reynaud presents us with a multitude of ideas on how to cook fine and succulent pork, while inviting us to share his family's age-old passion for the pig and to celebrate the long delicious history between man and swine. This affectionate tribute includes enticing photographs of each dish, and between each chapter there are photographs of the region, the faces of the region and of their daily work, as well as hand-drawn illustrations of the pig itself in many hilarious poses.
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