Produced in partnership between the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France and renowned photographer Battman, this 382 page, full-color cookbook showcases the pinnacle of modern French cuisine.
77 of the best French Chefs in the world, that include Eric Ripert and Daniel Boulud, share some of their best recipes in this book. It's the North American group that is part of the MCF, French Master Chefs based in Paris. You'll find appetizers, soups and main course recipes that are user friendly and taste as good as they look. 388 pages include 154 recipes with beautiful large format color photos (8 1/2 X 12 inches) by renowned photographer Battman, make this not only a cookbook but a coffee table book as well. There are forwards by 2 of the worlds most outstanding chefs, Jacque Pepin and Paul Bocuse.
The chefs live and work in 21 States in the US, in Canada, Grand Cayman and St. Lucia.
You will have seen some of them on TV; some have won multiple awards at prestigious Culinary Recognition Events; and some will not be known to you yet. With only 500 Chefs worldwide in the global organization, you will enjoy their vibrant and creative vibe.
The book and its contents is endorsed and blessed by Paul Bocuse and Jacques Pepin, both French culinary mentors to chefs worldwide.
Each recipe is beautifully photographed by the world-famous Battman, and presented in striking color with an 8.75” x 12” hardcover landscape format.
Curated by MCF-USA/Canada President Jean-Louis Dumonet, and under the passionate direction of Karen Dumonet, this exciting collection of savory dishes, 154 in all, is equally tempting to both palate and eye, laid out on Porcelaines Raynaud plates.