Simca's Cuisine: One Hundred Classic French Recipes for Every Occasion by Simone Beck

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  • Shelmar on October 28, 2021

    Not Indexed. Courgettes à la Campanette, Zucchinni Simmered in Broth and Sautéed in Butter, p.13; pretty good.

  • casun on April 18, 2015

    1976 first vintage books ed. ISBN 0394721055

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  • ISBN 10 1306045401
  • ISBN 13 9781306045407
  • Published Jan 01 2013
  • Format eBook
  • Page Count 275
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Knopf Publishing Group
  • Imprint Knopf Publishing Group

Publishers Text

Millions know Simone “Simca” Beck as Julia Child’s French partner in creating the two unforgettable volumes of Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Simca’s Cuisine offers the delectable recipes that Beck personally treasured most. She presents family specialties from the well-thumbed notebooks of her mother and grandmother as well as recipes from her life in Normandy, Alsace, and Provence where she gardened, cooked, and entertained. Skillfully adapting French ways to American needs, Simca’s Cuisine gives us both simple delights and fabulous concoctions presented with elegant clarity and delightful illustrations. Menus range from informal dinners that include a beef, lamb, and pork stew from “After a winter walk in the woods” and a baked apple dessert from “Autumn in Normandy” to more formal lunches and dinners that include “A gala Sunday lunch” with its sautéed trout with an almond cream sauce and “A spectacular dinner with champagne” that begins with salmon in brioche. With a charming foreword by Julia Child—her student, co-author, collaborator, and friend for forty years—here is a cookbook truly for every occasion.

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