Afternoon Tea The Fruity Cook: Brushing Up on French Cooking

Monday, March 24, 2008

Brushing Up on French Cooking

Now that we can eat French food in Dublin and are no longer
obliged to travel in order to savour new dishes, it's worth
trying a little virtual exploration in the World of
"Haughty Cuisine".

Some nice tips and much information in the Book linked to here.

8 comments:

Caroline@Bibliocook said...

I love these little books! I've got the Spain, Malaysia, Morocco and Thailand - essential companions for every trip.

The Fruity Cook said...

Thanks for letting me know about these books, Caroline. I love Moroccan cooking, though have a limited knowledge.
The Chester Beatty Library has a great restaurant, with many North African and Middle Eastern specialities. A must if you're in Dublin.

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The Fruity Cook said...

Thank you for posting your link.

The food of Britain and Ireland is quite similar. Local variations are seen and these are worth looking at.

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The Fruity Cook said...

Thank you.

My pleasure.