Pierre Gagnaire: 175 Home Recipes with a Twist

Pierre Gagnaire: 175 Home Recipes with a Twist


By (author) Pierre Gagnaire, Photographs by Jacques Gavard, Other Eric Trochon

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  • Publisher: FLAMMARION
  • Format: Hardback | 248 pages
  • Dimensions: 198mm x 246mm x 28mm | 1,247g
  • Publication date: 13 November 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Paris
  • ISBN 10: 2080201123
  • ISBN 13: 9782080201126
  • Illustrations note: 150 colour illustrations
  • Sales rank: 406,262

Product description

Celebrated French chef Pierre Gagnaire offers 175 classic and yet refined recipes for everyday and special occasions, from lazy brunches to midnight feasts. Revered for pushing the boundaries of taste and texture, Gagnaire transforms old favorites with a twist of originality in recipes designed for the casual cook. Four chapters include ideas for mealtimes and entertaining, from French Toast and Lemon-Rhubarb Marmalade to Grilled Line-Caught Bass to Bell Pepper Cocktails or Raspberries with Parmesan. The creative recipes of this master chef will expand the repertoire of the home cook--novice or accomplished--and provide a fresh, new home-dining experience

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Author information

Pierre Gagnaire is a three-Michelin-starred chef. His restaurants around the world include Sketch in London, Twist in Vegas, and Pierre Gagnaire in Paris. He has written numerous books on the art of haute cuisine and was named a Commander of Arts and Letters by the French Ministry of Culture in 2003. Jacques Gavard is a culinary, music, and portrait photographer. Eric Trochon is a food stylist whose work also appears in Bocuse in Your Kitchen.

Review quote

"This Michelin three-star chef known for serving up eclectic and sometimes wildly unusual combinations at his eponymous restaurant in Paris doesn't fail to surprise here." "France Magazine"