Showstopping French dishes from New York City chef Daniel Boulud.
Daniel Boulud's New York restaurant enjoys the rarified cachet of being one of the few North American restaurants with a three-star Michelin rating. In his new cookbook, Daniel: My French Cuisine, Boulud strays from restaurant fare and features the recipes he gravitates towards when cooking for friends and family at home such as French Jambon au Foin, or ham cooked in a wrapping of hay. Despite a high degree of technicality, the beautiful photography and essays from New Yorker staff writer Bill Buford will entice foodies to pick up this book. If you're ready to up your cooking game and wow friends at your next dinner party, try Boulud's Strawberry Granité Rosace Szechuan Peppercorn Sorbet.
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