Bohème Cooking: French Vegetarian Recipes

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Countryman Press
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8.2 X 10.1 X 1.0 inches | 2.16 pounds

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About the Author
Carrie Solomon is a chef and cookbook author living in Paris since 2002. Over the years, she has created menus for a handful of Paris restaurants as a chef consultant, has penned a biweekly recipe column for Elle France and created vegetarian recipes for French schools. Most recently she was the chef at Aube, a small café in the 11th arrondissement. She has written several cookbooks in France and has coauthored several books including Chefs' Fridges and MAKERS Paris.
Carrie Solomon has made French cuisine her own, with a creativity, intelligence and an irresistible casualness that no Frenchy chef would ever dare! We'd love to eat her Bohème cooking every day!--François-Régis Gaudry, author of Let's Eat France!
Carrie Solomon's book is a chef-d'oeuvre of imagination and fine touches. She combines classic French dishes with a contemporary verve that reveals skill, taste, and experience in a three-star kitchen. What makes this book so very special is that it brings the refinement of French cuisine into our lives today, without being trendy, precious, or impossible to recreate. Bravo.--Susan Herrmann Loomis, author of Plat du Jour
Solomon cleverly draws from more than two decades of experience cooking, eating, and developing recipes in France to offer what is an eminently accessible and compelling collection of dishes and moments for gathering. A delight!--Lindsey Tramuta, author of The New Paris and The New Parisienne
Carrie knows the French culinary scene well and the burgeoning movement for vegetarian cuisine. Drawing inspiration from the bountiful French market scene, she elevates vegetable dishes from mere afterthoughts to deliberate delish creations.--Ajiri Aki, author of Joie