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Barefoot in Paris: Easy French Food You Can Make at Home Hardcover – October 26, 2004
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Those nuances are scattered throughout the book and peppered (no pun intended) in the introductions to her recipes. The photography and food styling is excellent as usual, and as long as you aren't expecting a Jacque Pepin or Julia Child style of French cooking, then you will enjoy Ina's more simple, peasant-style fare. She talks about the visual preparation of the French table and all the ways that you can make your dining experience as simple, fresh, and carefree as the dishes. And for those who are fellow "Parisians", she guides you through the streets and markets of Paris and gives you a tour of sorts, of that magical city.
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Ina Garten has no intention of emulating Julia Child in her writing or even in her TV shows. She is squarely in the tradition and style of Martha Stewart. Like Stewart, she started in the culinary business as a caterer and she was, for many years, a major contributor of culinary material to Martha Stewart's magazine. All you need to do is compare the design of Garten's books with either Bourdain's book or even Julia Child's books, and the difference is evident. Bourdain limits himself to pictures of dishes and series of pictures illustrating culinary techniques. Garten pictures lots of dishes, but she also pictures lots of pottery, table settings, and flowers as well. Each chapter has a prelude on marginally culinary matters.Read more ›
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Although I have not tried any recipes yet, this book is a great read and has wonderful photos of each dish. So far, I am enjoying choosing which one I am trying first. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Linda Boyes
All of Ina's cookbooks are terrific. This one is a culinary thrill for me having vacationed in Paris. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jim S.
I love this cookbook. It's typical Ina; easy to follow recipes for food you'd eat in a paris bistro. Plus it is a real pleasure to read.Published 1 month ago by CherylY