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This book is ready for immediate mailing in a cushioned box on the day of purchase or the next mail day. Also, we provide free tracking as well as a 100% no-quibble money-back guarantee if not completely satisfied. Please let us know right away if there is any problem at all with this purchase.

30 review for The French Menu Cookbook

  1. 4 out of 5

    Owain Roberts

    Wonderful book - although some of the advise in impractical. Who keeps a wooden cask in the kitchen to pour the last glass or two of premier cru claret into to make very superior vinegar? In fact, who leaves the last class of premier cru claret undrunk?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Joy Mcgrath

    Some of the best writing about cooking ever.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Julia Jakobsen

    I don't usually count the cookbooks I read on here but this one was more like food writing than an actual recipe book (even though there are many recipes in here, most of them would be impossible to attempt). A beautiful evocative glimpse into the past, Olney makes his kitchen come alive and I just wish I could jump in a time machine and learn a lesson or two from him. The wine section is brilliant as well. Definitely a book for those interested in french cuisine and food culture. I don't usually count the cookbooks I read on here but this one was more like food writing than an actual recipe book (even though there are many recipes in here, most of them would be impossible to attempt). A beautiful evocative glimpse into the past, Olney makes his kitchen come alive and I just wish I could jump in a time machine and learn a lesson or two from him. The wine section is brilliant as well. Definitely a book for those interested in french cuisine and food culture.

  4. 5 out of 5

    John-andrew

    Brilliant! Beyond the recipes, Olney wrote a beautiful ode to French wine and food. It's not just about how to make it, but how to enjoy it, how to build a menu, and what it means to enjoy life with a sense of style. This is a classic, and I'll take it over Toklas or Child any day of the week. Brilliant! Beyond the recipes, Olney wrote a beautiful ode to French wine and food. It's not just about how to make it, but how to enjoy it, how to build a menu, and what it means to enjoy life with a sense of style. This is a classic, and I'll take it over Toklas or Child any day of the week.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jake

    impossible recipes that are more about testing boundaries.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    So far this is a delicious read

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    Caleb Melchior

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  29. 5 out of 5

    Jack Barks

  30. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie

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