|COOKING BOOKS: 12 SEPTEMBER 2017
Food from the source … authentic recipes from people who know them best in France and Mexico
Two new books from Lonely Planet take readers directly into the French and Mexican kitchens where the recipes were perfected.
Whether it be from village bakeries, family-run bistros or haute-cuisine restaurants, France’s best local cooks share their passion for classic regional recipes, including stews such as cassoulet and coq au vin, crepes, c]salads, soups and sweet treats.
Meanwhile, Mexico’s best local cooks, from street stalls, haciendas and top-flight restaurants reveal their culinary passions in classic recipes such as marinated pork tacos, hot like soup and Oaxacan hot chocolate.
Based on information supplied by Lonely Planet (http://www.lonelyplanet.com).
France from the Source and Mexico from the Source
Lonely Planet | each 288pp hardback | each $34.99