Paris in a Basket : Markets - The Food And The People

Paris in a Basket Markets The Food And The People Paris in a Basket is the first in a series of books dedicated to exploring the food markets of the world Entertaining as well as informative this attractive hardcover book guides the reader through t

  • Title: Paris in a Basket : Markets - The Food And The People
  • Author: Nicolle Aimee Meyer Amanda Pilar Smith Paul Bocuse
  • ISBN: 9783829046244
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Paris in a Basket is the first in a series of books dedicated to exploring the food markets of the world Entertaining as well as informative, this attractive hardcover book guides the reader through the over 80 food markets of Paris Written and photographed by two young American women, Paris in a Basket is a complete and novel tour that brings to exuberant life the a Paris in a Basket is the first in a series of books dedicated to exploring the food markets of the world Entertaining as well as informative, this attractive hardcover book guides the reader through the over 80 food markets of Paris Written and photographed by two young American women, Paris in a Basket is a complete and novel tour that brings to exuberant life the authentic market culture, traditions, and lifestyle that bewitch every food lover and traveler visiting this magnificent city Over 400 vivid photographs illustrate the colors and sights and a fresh and personal narrative captures the unique atmosphere of each and every market and the different areas of Paris Punctuated with historical tidbits and charming anecdotes, in addition to 65 of the vendors favorite recipes, there are insightful portraits, helpful cooking tips, practical maps and charts, and the addresses of tempting bakeries, mouthwatering specialty shops, neighborhood restaurants, local cafs, and hidden places of interest The world renowned chef Paul Bocuse, who shares with the authors a passion for open air markets, has written the foreword to Paris in a Basket.

    One thought on “Paris in a Basket : Markets - The Food And The People”

    1. A must for anyone seeking out the real Paris, off the beaten track of tourist traps. Even if you can't visit more than two or three markets per visit to this wonderful city, this book will continue to be a major reference for seeking out these fascinating places of food, drink and 'objets'. Happy exploring!

    2. always turn to this book to remember the joy of seeing food displayed pure theatre love the street scenes colour form and flavour you can almost smell the markets a great read

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