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by Len Deighton

eBook Ou Est Le Garlic: French Cooking in 50 Lessons download ISBN: 0060109963
Author: Len Deighton
Publisher: Harper & Row; 1st edition (November 14, 1977)
Language: English
Pages: 224
ePub: 1135 kb
Fb2: 1979 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense

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Basic French Cooking. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780887390203. Release Date:September 1986.

Revised from Où est le garlic, published 1965 . Basic French cooking in 50 simple lessons

Revised from Où est le garlic, published 1965, Basic French Cooking, published 1979, and Basic French. Cookery Course, published 1990. Basic French cooking in 50 simple lessons. My brief for the cover design of French Cooking for Men was to include one of Len Deighton’s landmark cookstrips, an essential ingredient of the book and something that would give a flavour of the delights to be sampled within. We also felt that the addition of the red, white and blue of the French tricolour gave the cover a certain je ne sais quoi.

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ISBN 10: 0060109963, ISBN 13: 9780060109967. From Books Express (Portsmouth, NH, .

Title: Ou Est Le Garlic: French Cooking in 50 Lessons Author(s): Len Deighton ISBN: 0-06-010996-3 . October 1991 : UK Paperback.

October 1991 : UK Paperback.

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Ou Est Le Garlic: French Cooking in 50 Lessons. have attracted cult following for their brilliant design as much as for their comprehensive approach to cookin. is democratising, demystifying approach couldn't be more appropriate. They showed the idiot novice male how to dice an onion without it falling apart; how to fine-cut parsley by rocking the blade rather than chopping it; how to sauté mushrooms without them yielding the water that would turn them into a gelatinous glop.

Len Deighton (born 18 February 1929) is an English author known for his .

Len Deighton (born 18 February 1929) is an English author known for his novels, works of military history, screenplays and cookery writing. His long-held interest in cooking-his mother had been a professional chef and instilled a love for cuisine in her son-led to an illustrated cookery column in the Sunday newspaper, The Observer, for two years.

with drawings (50 "cookstrips"). Pictorial oblong boards. French cookery from the bestselling spy scribe, including 50 "cookstrips" - recipes in comic strip form - originally appearing in the London Observer in 1965

with drawings (50 "cookstrips"). NY: Harper & Row,. French cookery from the bestselling spy scribe, including 50 "cookstrips" - recipes in comic strip form - originally appearing in the London Observer in 1965. Chapters on l'art cuisine, les viandes, les fromage. Chapters on l'art cuisine, les viandes, les fromages, les crops gras, la carte des vins, etc. Very good. Collections: Vintage & Antiquarian Books.

Len Deighton’s earlier novels gained notoriety primarily due to the popularity of Len’s renowned anti-hero ‘Harry Palmer’, a character brought to life on the silver screen by Michael Caine.

Ou est le Garlic? (1965). Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Len Deighton's French Cooking for Men. (2010). Len Deighton’s earlier novels gained notoriety primarily due to the popularity of Len’s renowned anti-hero ‘Harry Palmer’, a character brought to life on the silver screen by Michael Caine. Len’s novels have always attracted attention because of the realistic atmosphere within which they are set, complimented by venal, cowardly and often stupid characters, the bureaucratic complications of the British Civil Service and their surprisingly black humor, and a technical representation of the various aspects of espionage in the country.

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Comments: (3)
I love Mercedes
I find this to be a very good cook book. Len Deighton knows how to write. He is clear and covers the basics -- just what I wanted.
Zuser
If you want to learn, really Lear how to take basic recipes and build sublime meals,this is the one book to buy. Classic!
Ichalote
I learned how to cook with this cookbook while I was in the Forest Service in Northern B.C. His recipe for beef bourguignon is still the best one I've ever encountered for the dish.