French

 Vintage and recent French cuisine cookbooks, both general and regional, from old standards like Larousse Gastonomique and French Provincial Cooking by Elizabeth David to other sought-after titles by such chefs and authors as A. Escoffier, Julia Child, Christian Constant and Anne Willan.



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Cooking A La Cordon Bleu

by Alma S. Lach, Harper & Row, 1970, first edition. Hardback with DJ, 468 pages. Foreword by André Simon. It’s remarkable that any book for an...
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Cooking with the Young Chefs of France (1982)

by Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz, M. Evans Publishing, 1982. This gem is the author’s most carefree book, based on her own travels throughout France,...
$15.00

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Culinaria France

by André Dominié, editor, first English edition, 1999. Monumental effort, out of print in hardback. There is nothing timid or subtle about this...
$22.00

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Ducasse Made Simple - signed by Ducasse

by Alain Ducasse and Sophie Dudemaine, Les Editions Alain Ducasse, SIGNED by Ducasse. First edition 2008. Hardback, no DJ as issued, 203 pages. "100...
$35.00

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Everyday French Cooking for American Home (Pellaprat)

by Henri-Paul Pellaprat, World Publishing, first English language edition, 1968. Hardback with DJ, 562 pages. A classic from the famous French chef,...
$18.00

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Feasts For all Seasons

by Roy Andries de Groot, Knopf, first edition, second printing, 1966. Out of print. "A unique cookbook that uses the seasons as a guide to variety,...
$15.00

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Food & Wine of France

by Michael and Sybil Brown, Exeter, 1984 printing of 1983 publication. Hardback with DJ, 240 pages. Subtitled: Bordeaux to the Pays Basque. The title...
$10.00

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French Cheeses - The Visual Guide

by Kazuko Masui and Tomoko Yamada, DK publishing, revised 2000 edition of the 1996 publication. Flexiback, no DJ as issued, 240 pages. A definitive...
$24.00

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French Cooking For American Kitchens - M. Thérèse Bonney, 1929

by M. Thérèse Bonney and Louise Bonney, Robert M. McBride Publishing, first (and only) printing, 1929. A VERY hard to-find, important early book...
$125.00

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French Cooking for People Who Can't

by Julia Hayes, Atheneum, first edition, 1979. Hardback with DJ, 322 pages. If the other Julia's 1961 lndmark tome is Hertz, then this slightly...
$20.00

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