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French Cooking at Home: The Food of Provence
French Cooking at Home: The Food of Provence
Georgeanne Brennan
Learn timeless techniques to create flavorful French dishes –– no passport required!
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Master foundational techniques at the heart of French cooking to create eight delicious dishes — from a lofty soufflé to a perfect roast chicken to a silky custard-style ice cream.
Cynthia Nims
Cynthia Nims
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Master a medley of Mediterranean small plates! Join renowned chef Joanne Weir and create dishes that charm the most discerning palates.
Joanne Weir
Joanne Weir
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Excite everyone at the dinner table when you whip up miso soup, vegetable tempura, teriyaki-glazed salmon and more.
Elizabeth Andoh
Elizabeth Andoh

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