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Potager: Fresh Garden Cooking in the French Style Paperback – August 1, 2000
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Top Customer Reviews
I love how the recipes are divided into seasons. They're simple, and simply delicious!
You will die and go to heaven!
The authors were compelled to write this cookbook after twenty years of running Chez Panisse. The authors had a passion for freshness of ingredients that compelled them to snipping fresh rosemary while their neighbors were asleep!
The recipes are organized by seasons:
Spring: The Season of New Growth
Summer: The Season of Full Growth
Fall: The Crossover Season
Winter: The Dormant Season
The Recipes include:
Spring: Onion Pancakes with Dandelion Greens and Bacon, Fettuccine with Pea Pods and Mushrooms, and Fresh Cherry Tart
Summer: Red and Yellow Tomato Platter with Balsamic Vinegar, Cream of Ratatouille Soup with Savory Croutons, and Compote of Peaches and Plums
Fall: Cabbage Leaves Rolled with Roquefort, Pine Nuts, and Jambon Cru, Garlic-Rubbed Roast Chicken with Turnips, Carrots, and Wild Mushrooms, and Persimmon Flan.
Winter: Golden Stew of Pumpkin, Cabbage, and Turmeric with Riso, Civet of Rabbit with Pickled Wild Mushrooms and Caper Toasts, and Tarte Tatin of Quinces and Golden Raisins.
If you enjoy French cooking, and are seeking new tastes and new challenges, you will feast on this cookbook.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Extremely good book, very informative, lots of magnificent photos and many fantastic reciepesPublished 1 month ago by Jim in Texas
I love the book. However the book was put into a too small box and the edges are bent slightly. No protection was put around the book to keep it nice. Read morePublished on January 24, 2014 by sharon peterson
The photographs are beautiful, both the gardens and food prepared from recipes arranged according to season. I'll return to this book frequently for ideas.Published on February 16, 2013 by Patricia Dallmann
I liked this book but it is not my priority. It is a good book for those who want to grow their own food. I just wanted more information about home raised crops.Published on October 16, 2012 by Kenneth Robert Crocker