Let's Eat France!

1,250 specialty foods, 375 iconic recipes, 350 topics, 260 personalities, plus hundreds of maps, charts, tricks, tips, and anecdotes and everything else you want to know about the food of France

Let's Eat France!

By:  Gaudry, François-Régis

$75.00 Hardback
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9.5 X 12.9 in
432 pg

COOKING / Regional & Ethnic / French
COOKING / Essays & Narratives
TRAVEL / Special Interest / Culinary
The most joyful, most colorful, most compulsively readable French food bible

“An encyclopedic (yet playful) celebration of French gastronomy.”
The New York Times Book Review

“Foodies will savor this stunning coffee-table book about all things French food—from recipes to guides to oysters and frites.”
​—Real Simple, 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

“Fascinating . . . astonishing.”
—The Daily Mail(UK)

“If you love France you’ll be in heaven as it’s . . . an utterly joyous celebration of all things French.”
—The Telegraph (UK),Diana Henry’s 20 Best Cookbooks to Buy This Autumn

“Gaudry . . . surpasses expectations with this monster of a book (it weighs 6 pounds!). Any questions you could possibly have regarding the food of France are answered here. Sprinkled with a mix of recipes, fun facts, personality profiles and more, this book is perfect for any Francophile.”
“A master class in French gastronomy for the food-loving Francophile in your life.”

“From fun facts, anecdotes, ingredient highlights, and recipes to wine infographics and personality profiles, Let’s Eat France! is not just another celebration of French classics through time; it’s a fun and nostalgic reverence to l’art de vivre à la française, one deeply rooted in gastronomic tradition.”
—Daniel Boulud

“When the most influential French food writer pays tribute to his country’s cuisine, the result is an ambitious, entertaining, and funny book that makes you salivate.”
—Alain Passard

Let’s Eat France! is a literary pot-au-feu—a stew of ingredients and stories that perfectly captures French cuisine.”
—Dan Barber

“This new reference book of French food heritage is a must-have for your bookcase and your kitchen!”
—Anne-Sophie Pic

François-Régis Gaudry is a French food critic and host of the show On va deguster on the French public radio channel Inter France. He is also a food journalist at L’Express and the host of Très très bon on French television channel Paris Première. He lives in Paris. Find him on Instagram @frgaudry.