My Favorite French Recipes Cookbook - Maurice Thuillier

My Favorite French Recipes Cookbook by chef Maurice Thuillier is a book of French recipes. Thuillier was the official chef for many diplomats including a Consul General of France, the Prince of Monaco, and more. Former students of Thuillier's cooking classes will enjoy this unique cookbook. 


Format: Softcover spiral bound, 60 pages 

Copyright: 1973 

Publisher: Peanut Butter Publishing 

Author: Maurice Thuillier 

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Description: My Favorite French Recipes cookbook of famous French recipes will help any hostess achieve acclaim from her friends, Maurice Thuiller is the famed French chef at the Alps and has dedicated twenty-five years to the culinary art, from Monaco to Madagascar. He came to Denver in 1954 with Baron Louis de Cabrol, Consul General of France, as official chef at the French Consulate. Other noteworthy posts he has held are: at the Castle in Monaco, under Prince Louis II, ruling Prince before Ranier. At the Spanish Embassy in London and with Baron Philippe Rothschild in Paris -- to mention a few. 

The great gastronomes of the world have always agreed that the French cuisine is the finest. They say that civilization's only indispensable art is that of cooking. Like a true artist, Maurice has collected for this book an entire scale of his special dishes -- from canapes to crepes. You will find them exciting and to your taste. 


Condition: Good condition. 

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