Tap Into New Takes on French Cuisine With These Cookbooks
Your old-school French cookbooks have long survived their share of spills, stains and dog-ear folds over the years, so you may want to add a few new cookbooks to the shelf. Here are some recent books with ideas on how you can tap into new takes on French cuisine for your menu.
- Bistronomy: Recipes from the Best New Paris Bistros, Jane Sigal (Rizzoli, 2015)
- The Art of Living According to Joe Beef: A Cookbook of Sorts, David McMillan and Frederic Morin (Ten Speed Press, 2011)
- Octaphilosophy: The Eight Elements of Restaurant André, André Chiang (Phaidon Press, 2016)
- Le Pigeon: Cooking at the Dirty Bird, Gabriel Rucker (Ten Speed Press, 2013)
- The Art of French Pastry, Jacquy Pfeiffer (Knopf, 2013)