Pampille's Table: Recipes and Writings from the French Countryside.
King, Shirley.

Boston, London: Faber & Faber, 1996. First American edition 8" x 5.25". 274pp. Ivory paper boards and tan linen spine with gilt lettering; in original decorative ivory dust jacket; a fine copy. Veteran cookbook authro Shirley King has translated and adapted a gastronomic gem of a book for the modern American kitchen: Les Bons Plats de France, originally published in 1919 and still regarded in France as a classic. Pamille's Table is a delectable mix of savory food wiritng and more than 200 traditional recipes from 22 regions of France. These unfussy, authentic recipes that are sure to become part of your culinary repertoire include Celestine's Chicken, Onion Tart, eggplant and artichokes, and Chocolate Savoy Cake. Hardcover (Item ID: 7374)

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