Voilà: you can live out a day eating and reveling in Paris with each turn of the page in this chic cookbook.
Lunch in Paris is an instant and tantalizing transportation to the Avenue des Champs-Élysées. Plus, it's quite a bit cheaper than a return ticket to France.
Each chapter focuses on one of Paris's arrondissements (neighborhoods) and is studded with dreamy location photography. With fifty simple and classic examples of French cuisine, this book proves that you need not go to Le Cordon Bleu culinary school to perfect a Pork and Pistachio Terrine. Or a Caramelized Onion- and Goat-Cheese Tartlet. Or an Olive-and-Anchovy Pissaladière. Or a Comté-and-Asparagus Tart (among many more).
With poetic and loving descriptions of each arrondissement featured, Lunch in Paris lets you bring the City of Light to your very own kitchen. Trust us: your family and friends will love you all the more for it. Bon appétit!
About the Author
Suzy Ashford is self-taught cook and food writer based in Sydney, Australia. She dreams daily of the years she spent as an exchange student in Paris, eating her way around the city of light. This is her second book, having previously authored Le Picnic for Smith Street Books in 2017.
"With simple instructions for unpretentious dishes like tomato tartlets and salmon rillettes, this is the closest you can get to enjoying lunch in Paris without buying tickets from Air France." —Forbes.com