Jacques Pépin’s Table

by Jacques Pépin

ISBN-10: 1579595251
ISBN-13: 9781579595258
Region: France
Publisher: Bay Books
Publication Date: March, 2003
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About Jacques Pépin’s Table

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Jacques Pépin’s Table: The Complete “Today's Gourmet”

Jacques Pepin’s Table is a comprehensive compendium of dishes presented on the author’s many public television shows. This encyclopedic volume of more than 300 recipes by the master chef and PBS superstar covers not only first courses, main courses, side dishes, desserts, and breads but also provides detailed instructions on how to bone a chicken, flute a mushroom, and keep a souffle from falling. There are menu suggestions on combining dishes into taste-tempting meals, with appropriate wine pairings. Dozens of stunning food photographs, as well as Pepin’s own charming line drawings, bring these dishes to life. As always, the recipes emphasize lower-calorie, health-conscious, easy-prep cooking that includes more fiber, less saturated fat, more fish, less meat, and vegetables cooked to preserve their nutrients.

Author Information

About Jacques Pépin

Author Web Link: http://www.jacquespepin.net

Jacques Pépin is world renowned as the host of his acclaimed and popular cooking programs on public television, and as a prolific author, respected instructor, and gifted artist. Pépin was awarded the highest honor by the French Government and holds the title of CHEVALIER DE L’ORDRE NATIONAL DE LA LEGION D’HONNEUR. Pépin is taping the upcoming series “Essential Pepin” in October 2010 for KQED in San Francisco. His memoir, The Apprentice: My Life in the Kitchen, was published by Houghton Mifflin in 2003 and in paperback in May, 2004. He is also a proud grandfather of his daughter Claudine’s child, Shorey.

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