My Little French Kitchen: Over 100 recipes from the mountains, market squares and shores of France
A new cookbook by the very popular Rachel Khoo who after the success of the cookbook The Little Paris Kitchen presents The Little French Kitchen, bringing her modern twists to classic recipes from around France.
Rachel Khoo launched her first book The Little Paris Kitchen and BBC2 television series last year and became an overnight success. We all envied her Parisian lifestyle, fashion sense and the delicious recipes cooked up in her tiny kitchen.
It was then that the nation took her to their hearts and now a new cook book is available…10 October 2013.
Rachel is exploring France and in effect takes her ‘Little Paris Kitchen’ on tour in the second book, Rachel leaves the capital city to travel to the four corners of France in search of the very best recipes in the country. From the snow-topped mountains and Christmas markets of Alsace to the wine making region of the Bordeaux, the dreamy vistas of Provence and the well-stocked larders of Brittany and Normandy, Rachel seeks inspiration in some of the best-known foodie places as well as uncovering hidden insights.
- pork and clams with cider and butter beans,
- spicy aubergine sticks with couscous,
- baked figs with walnuts,
- beer-glazed ham hock,
- caramelized apple bake and spiced almond biscuits.
Now we can join Rachel Khoo on her tour de France in The Little French Kitchen:
Rachel is a graduate of Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design in London. It was her passion for patisserie that lured her to Paris, where she obtained a pastry diploma. She then put her skills to use at the delightful Paris culinary bookstore and tea salon, La Cocotte, where she catered for book launches and hosted cookery classes. Working as a freelancer, she now travels the world working on a variety of projects, from workshops to catering for huge blue-chip client events to smaller, intimate pop-up restaurants. Her first book was The Little Paris Kitchen, accompanying her hit BBC2 television series and writes a weekly recipe column for the Evening Standard.