Synopses & Reviews
Head to the kitchen and get ready for a delicious voyage into French traditions and cuisine! Follow second generation-baker Sébastien Boudet from Paris to rural France, as he teaches the art of baking artisan breads, the craft of creating the perfect main course, and how to whip up desserts to die for. Containing luscious photographs of family, food, and the French countryside, and rich with delightful drawings, paintings, and illustrations, The French Baker
tells the story (and the culinary secrets!) of a family devoted to the art of preparing beautiful food.
Youll love these tasty recipes from the heart of France. Learn to make the perfect quiche lorraine, sourdough breads, bouillabaisse, duck confit, brioche, death by chocolate dessert, and so many more sweet and savory delights guaranteed to make anyones mouth water! Plus, a special section on baking non-GMO breads shows the advantages and better taste of breads baked with only natural ingredients.
A loving tribute to the techniques and traditions of Frances distinguished cuisine, The French Baker is must-have book for anyone in love with the eats, treats, and culture of this beautiful country. Bon appétit!
A culinary journey through the world of French cookery.
About the Author
Sébastien Boudet was born in Paris, France to a family of bakers. In 2001, he moved to Stockholm where he founded Petite France, an award-winning all-in-one sourdough bakery, café, and restaurant. He has been featured on television, on the radio, and in numerous journals for his prominence in the “sourdough revolution” and his work with natural ingredient-based cooking. He lives in Stockholm, SwedenOlaf Hajek is a world renowned artist, painter, illustrator, designer, and author. His work has appeared in art shows, galleries, advertisements, books, and journals like The New Yorker, Playboy, Rolling Stone and more. He splits his time between New York, London, and Berlin, Germany.Carl Kleiner is a noted Swedish photographer and visual artist.