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Rôtis: Roasts for Every Day of the Week by Stéphane Reynaud
Notes about this book
Notes about Recipes in this book
rittingerv on January 23, 2012
This is a venison recipe, not veal as stated in the title.
Reviews about this book
- ISBN 10 1741965373
- ISBN 13 9781741965377
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- Published Oct 01 2009
- Format Hardcover
- Language English
- Countries Australia
- Publisher Murdoch Books
- Imprint Murdoch Books
Publishers TextFrom Stéphane Reynaud, the bestselling French author of "Ripailles", comes this book about roasts. Potroasted or oven-roasted, "Rotis" turns up the heat on cooking a butcher shop window's worth of meat. There's a roast for every day - Monday's beef, Wednesday's poultry, Friday's, you guessed it, fish and Sunday, well, that's leftover night. Stéphane also includes a clever and diverse selection of vegetable dishes - perfect accompaniments to the main event. It is written and illustrated in the same idiosyncratic French style you loved in "Ripailles".
Other cookbooks by this author
- Barbecue: 150 Recipes for the Barbeque
- Cerdo E Hijos
- French Feasts: 299 Traditional Recipes for Family Meals and Gatherings
- Pork and Sons
- Pork and Sons
- Ripailles: 299 Traditional Recipes for Family Meals and Gatherings
- Ripailles: Traditional French Cuisine
- Rotis: Roasts for Every Day of the Week
- Stéphane Reynaud's 365 Good Reasons to Sit Down to Eat...
- Stéphane Reynaud's Barbecue: 150 recipes for the barbecue
- Stéphane Reynaud's Barbecue & Grill