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Chocolate FRENCH: Recipes, Language, and Directions to Francais au Chocolat Paperback – January 11, 2011
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Mouth watering... Photos, recipes, stories, insights clamor for attention in this tasty nugget of a book. -- Myrna Katz Frommer and Harvey Frommer, Travel-Watch, Nov. 2003
Packed with grand tidbits of history, as well as lots of sources to feed your need for this decadent sweet. -- CeCe Sullivan, Seattle Times, December 2003
This book, with its mix of chocolate history, recipes and passages about chocolate in French, gratified both of my addictions. -- Debra F. Weber, www.frenchfood.about.com, Nov. 2003 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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It's not a large book, almost pocket size in fact. And it's not a recipe-only book either, though it has enough recipes within to add to the already interesting musings of the relationship between the French and chocolate.
Photographs of French life, French patisseries and chocolatiers, along with the written musings (both in French with most given their English translation) of those who have gone before, or who are here now, dot the chapters of this incredible guide to all that is worthy of French chocolate. And lest you not be particularly proficient in French, there are various pages of assistance with understanding French accent marks, and, adverbs of quantity (though, is there such an error as wanting too much chocolate?). There is also a lovely section within the end of the book that gives you an English translation of the French vocabulary of ingredients, expressions, verbs, and general chocolate terms. Recipe contributors, recipe ingredient resources (from all over the world) help to round out your veritable tour of the chocolate delights of France.
As you begin your perusing of this guide, you are given hotels, bistros, and other assorted places that serve various chocolate delights.Read more ›