"I Know How to Cook-all 975 pages and 5.2 pounds of it-meets this high practical standards - it includes everything you need to know-about tools, techniques, ingredient choice and menu-building-to take on almost any reasonable home-cooking challenge with Gallic flair."―The Wall Street Journal
"You'll relish Mathiot's many delicious sauces, vegetables and salads. "―Energy Times
"Pure French cuisine. "―Associated Press
"A comprehensive collection. . . Under Mathiot's guidance, the vanilla souffl é did exactly as told, which is really all you can ask. "―The New York Times Book Review
Ginette Mathiot (1907-1998), Officier de la Legion d'honneur, taught three generations how to cook in France and is the ultimate authority on French home cooking. She wrote more than 30 best-selling cookbooks, covering all subjects in French cuisine I Know How to Cook was her definitive, most comprehensive work, which brings together recipes for every classic French dish.
About the Contributor
Clotilde Dusoulier lives in Paris. Her award-winning blog, Chocolate & Zucchini, first launched in 2003.
Lots of good recipes. Worth having if you want to become a good cook : )Published 1 month ago by Chalisa Desouza
Everything you've wanted to know about French cooking (aside from baking and pastry), so informative and beautifully illustrated.Published 9 months ago by Erica Patino
My French mother-in-law used it all her 95-year life and she was an incredible cook. My wife used the same one for another 55 years, and she gave French cooking lessons in the US. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Guy Lussiez
This book was a Christmas present for my daughter who loves to cook. It was received quickly even though I ordered it the week before Christmas and it was in pristine condition. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ibby
cause its the most simple recipe book out there i love it so much use it everyday and for partiesPublished 21 months ago by jos