Salades

Author: Damien Pignolet

Price: $59.95
$59.95
SKU: 9781920989552

Acclaimed chef Damien Pignolet shows us the endless possibilities of the salad. Here are entrée salads to stimulate the appetite, side salads to refresh the palate, and warm salads that serve as a meal in their own right. Learn how to perfect classic salads, such as niçoise, and how to marry a range of tastes and textures to create a chicken salad with asparagus, peaches and a pistachio nut vinaigrette, and a sweet salad of strawberry, orange and red wine.

Damien's first book, French, captured the essence of classic French cooking in Australia. With its rich photography and detailed notes on produce, composition and presentation, Salades is set to educate, inspire and delight the dedicated home cook.

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Book Cover:  French
A chef dedicated to the improvement and refinement of his craft, Damien Pignolet has made his name with immaculately prepared and simply presented food inspired by French classical and provincial cooking.

Keen to pass on his knowledge of the techniques and methods he has honed over the years, he has devoted himself to writing this comprehensive collection of timeless French recipes specifically adapted...

A chef dedicated to the improvement and refinement of his craft, Damien Pignolet has made his name with immaculately prepared and simply presented food inspired by French classical and provincial cooking...
Published: 24/10/2005
Format: Hardback
ISBN: 9781920989170
RRP: $69.95
Published:30/08/2010
Format:Hardback, 240 pages
RRP:$59.95
price:AUD $59.95
ISBN-13:9781920989552
ISBN-10:1920989552
Origin:Australia
Imprint:Lantern
Publisher:Penguin Aus.
Subjects: - Salads(3)

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