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Joel Robuchon Cooking Through the Seasons [Hardcover]

Joel Robuchon
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Sept. 15 1995
1995 One of France's acclaimed chefs presents 50 tempting recipes.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A must read! March 7 2000
By Amit B.
Format:Hardcover
While I agree with the other reviewer that this is not your conventional cook book- I think it's a wonderful resource for every cook. Great for "I just saw this wonderful asparagus on the market- what's the best way to cook it?." A rare opportunity to learn from the great master book is based on an weekly column written for a French magazine over a year. Each article includes a discussion about a single ingredient- from asparagus to wild hare. Robuchon writes about history, shopping tips, proper treatment and provides a few receipes that celebrate that ingredient.
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A large formated book with some sketch plates of shellfish, vegetables etc. Instead of a cookbook I would term the work a walk through the food classes. A noble attempt at conitinuing to educate the reader on the different ways to look at food. However, for a chef of Robuchon's quality and popularity, the reader is left with a feeling of being jipped. Not really getting any more personal cooking tips, or recipes that made him famous. This might have been a better third effort, not second. Your money is better spent elsewhere.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A half-hearted attempt, that capitalizes on Robuchon's name. Dec 21 1997
By james.marzo@csfb.com - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
A large formated book with some sketch plates of shellfish, vegetables etc. Instead of a cookbook I would term the work a walk through the food classes. A noble attempt at conitinuing to educate the reader on the different ways to look at food. However, for a chef of Robuchon's quality and popularity, the reader is left with a feeling of being jipped. Not really getting any more personal cooking tips, or recipes that made him famous. This might have been a better third effort, not second. Your money is better spent elsewhere.
5.0 out of 5 stars English version of La Cuisine De Joel Robuchon: A Seasonal Cookbook March 29 2010
By Jitti Chaithiraphant - Published on Amazon.com
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La Cuisine De Jo¿l Robuchon: A Seasonal Cookbook's price is ridiculously high. why pay that much when u can get it for lots less. This is a must buy. well written, classic French cooking technique. Plus, it's Robuchon's books.
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