My Paris Market Cookbook: A Culinary Tour of French Flavors and Seasonal Recipes
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A guide for a new generation of culinary travelers, My Paris Market Cookbook provides curious cooks and avid Francophiles with an unique itinerary for rediscovering the city, including tips on how to find the best off-the-beaten path natural wine bars, craft breweries, urban gardens, and farm-to-table cafés and restaurants. It’s the perfect handbook for travelers, food lovers, or anyone visiting or living in France—and those of us who just want to cook and eat like we do!
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restaurant’s patron and guided through the menu with care and patience. This neighborhood restaurant attracts locals and travelers alike, making for an enchanting crossroads of cultural and culinary discovery. THE LABEL DEBATE: FACT CHECKING FAIT MAISON While a growing number of restaurants are dedicated to sourcing fresh, local ingredients and preparing everything on site (page 77), in France there is a real threat of industrial, preserved foods taking over the daily menu at your neighborhood
or have lived in Paris all your life, My Paris Market Cookbook offers insight into the best cafés, restaurants, bars, shops, and market stands for locally grown seasonal produce and products that reflect the essence of French terroir. HOW DO YOU FIND A FARMER? Spotting a farmer at a Paris market is not always an easy task, especially to the untrained eye or non-francophone. Unlike farmers’ markets in the United States, French farmers don’t necessarily advertise the name or location of their
there are also unique discoveries to be made, including Eric Refour’s stand, where you will find a rotating rainbow of apple varieties that shift with the changing of the seasons, and O’Regal Muffins, purveyor of locally sourced, golden brown English muffins and other baked goods. Stop by and say hello to Valérie, who will serve you a coffee to go while you choose among her famous muffins, scones, and gâteaux. C’Bio is stocked with vegetables from both local production and abroad. The friendly
beer-making in Paris and its surrounding suburbs. This sense of community is something that Thomas Deck appreciated when he and his brewing partner, Mike Donohue, opened their Montreuil-based brewery Deck & Donohue in 2014. Thomas points out that he appreciated “the camaraderie that exists within the brewing community.” He explains that “even in its infancy, the greater Parisian group of brewers seems to be ready to stick together and help each other out.” Claudia and Francois of Le Supercoin.
second location (33 rue des Pyrennées, 20th arrondissement) that offers growlers of beer to enjoy on site or take home, and Biérocratie (32 rue de l’Espérance, 13th arrondissement) are among many other boutiques featuring Île-de-France brewed beers. SUMMER RECIPES APPETIZERS, SIDES, SALADS, AND SOUPS FIVE HERB BAKED TOMATOES / TOMATES PROVENÇALES The arrival of summer tomatoes is such an exciting event that early dishes of the season tend to leave them untouched, preserving their wonderful