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  • Published: 28 March 2012
  • ISBN: 9780241961124
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 288
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Little Paris Kitchen


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Rachel Khoo cooks up a storm from her tiny Parisian kitchen, bringing the magic of France into our homes.



The 'little kitchen' concept might be a considerable hindrance to most chefs, but Khoo has made the most of it' New York Times



'The fabulous fairy godmother of French cuisine' Easy Living



Rachel Khoo was determined to get to grips with French cooking, so to learn more she moved to Paris, not speaking a word of French, and enrolled at Le Cordon Bleu, the world-famous cookery school. From a Croque Madame muffin and the classic Boeuf bourguignon, to a deliciously fragrant Provencal lavender and lemon roast chicken, Rachel celebrates the culinary landscape of France as it is today and shows how simple these dishes are.



The 120 recipes in the book range from easy, everyday dishes like Omelette Pipérade, to summer picnics by the Seine and afternoon 'goûter' (snacks), to meals with friends and delicious desserts including classics like Crème brulee and Tarte tatin. It's a book that celebrates the very best of French home-cooking in a modern and accessible way.



In The Little Paris Kitchen, Rachel Khoo serves up a modern twist on classic French cooking.



After graduating from Central Saint Martin's College with a degree in Art and Design, British food writer Rachel was lured to Paris to study pâtisserie at Le Cordon Bleu. Rachel shot to fame when her TV series, The Little Paris Kitchen, was broadcast by BBC. Her beautiful tie-in cookbook and the follow up, My Little French Kitchen, have been published around the globe. Rachel now travels the world working on a variety of projects, including a weekly recipe column for the Evening Standard.
%%%Rachel Khoo cooks up a storm from her tiny Parisian kitchen, bringing the magic of France into our homes.
The 'little kitchen' concept might be a considerable hindrance to most chefs, but Khoo has made the most of it' New York Times
'The fabulous fairy godmother of French cuisine' Easy Living
Rachel Khoo was determined to get to grips with French cooking, so to learn more she moved to Paris, not speaking a word of French, and enrolled at Le Cordon Bleu, the world-famous cookery school. From a Croque Madame muffin and the classic Boeuf bourguignon, to a deliciously fragrant Provencal lavender and lemon roast chicken, Rachel celebrates the culinary landscape of France as it is today and shows how simple these dishes are.
The 120 recipes in the book range from easy, everyday dishes like Omelette Pipérade, to summer picnics by the Seine and afternoon 'goûter' (snacks), to meals with friends and delicious desserts including classics like Crème brulee and Tarte tatin. It's a book that celebrates the very best of French home-cooking in a modern and accessible way.
In The Little Paris Kitchen, Rachel Khoo serves up a modern twist on classic French cooking.
After graduating from Central Saint Martin's College with a degree in Art and Design, British food writer Rachel was lured to Paris to study pâtisserie at Le Cordon Bleu. Rachel shot to fame when her TV series, The Little Paris Kitchen, was broadcast by BBC. Her beautiful tie-in cookbook and the follow up, My Little French Kitchen, have been published around the globe. Rachel now travels the world working on a variety of projects, including a weekly recipe column for the Evening Standard.

  • Pub date: 28 March 2012
  • ISBN: 9780241961124
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 288
Categories:

About the Author

Rachel Khoo

Living and cooking in Paris, Rachel is the British Amelie of the kitchen. A graduate of Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London, her passion for patisserie 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. She is also running 'La petite cuisine à Paris' (Paris' smallest underground restaurant) from her tiny kitchen.

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