Ce lexique multilingue est un recueil de plus de 8 000 termes français traduits en cinq langues : anglais, allemand, espagnol, italien et portugais.
Entièrement dédié au domaine de la vigne et du vin, il traite de climatologie, de géographie, de géologie, de botanique, de viticulture, d'oenologie, de vinification ou encore de dégustation.
Il constitue un outil de travail incontournable pour tous les étudiants et professionnels de la filière : chercheurs, viticulteurs, oenologues, journalistes, sommeliers...
Prince Louis François de Bourbon-Conti - cousin of King Louis XV of France - was a patron of contemporary intellectuals such as Diderot, Beaumarchais, and Rousseau, and well-known as an avid art collector. His stroke of genius was the purchase of the Romanée vineyard, which later became known as the Romanée-Conti.
This volume reveals the secrets of the legendary wine, which has earned a cult following of connoisseurs around the world. Following a biography of the Prince of Conti, detailed notes from recent wine tastings allow readers to identify the characteristics of this unique wine, which must be considered within the context of the Climats of Burgundy-the terroirs where the Burgundian grape varieties grow in optimal conditions. These fabled terroirs have benefited from a unique, centuries-long continuity and they were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2015.
To understand Burgundy, readers must be familiar with its Climats, but also conscious of the climate-the meteorological conditions in which each vintage is created-because the production of fine wines, and especially of those made from grape varieties at the very height of maturity, resembles at times an obstacle course created by nature to play tricks on the winegrower. Laurens Delpech-through lengthy excerpts from harvest reports published since 1996 by Aubert de Villaine,
co-director of the Domaine de la Romanée-Conti-recounts the saga of successive vintages, which illuminates the difficulty of the vigneron's profession.
This original, complete, and engaging volume brings to the forefront the duality of the Climats and climate that give rise to the finest wines in Burgundy. An excellent overview of the Romanée-Conti, it is also essential reading for those who wish to sharpen their knowledge and appreciation of Burgundian wines.
"Cooking is living... and living is cooking'... This motto has guided me my whole life, and today more than ever, it is at the very heart of my approach as a woman and a chef. So after 25 years of wonderful gastronomic moments, I wanted to create a new restaurant, find an exceptional location, open to the city, open to life; a neighbourhood address encouraging encounters and sharing, confidences as well as bursts of laughter; a house of taste that combines rigour and simplicity, small plates from here and delights from elsewhere, grandmothers' recipes and haute-couture cocktails; an epicurean and elegant living environment in which everyone very simply feels good.' H. D. Hélène Darroze invites us in this book to her new restaurant and has us discover over 60 original recipes specially created for Jòia.
Faithful as ever to the southwestern France of her childhood, through already iconic dishes like Uncle Claude's mussels, the famous short ribs of Angus beef, crispy potatoes with Basque sheep's-milk cheese and rosemary, wild mushroom's like at Amaïa's, new carrots roasted with manuka honey, mille-crêpes with matcha tea, madeleines with lemon and olive oil, Hélène Darroze enchants us through a unique alchemy that is her signature; a mixture of marvellous products cooked with a master's hand, sprinkled with love and tenderness. A gastronomy that resembles her: warm and generous.
Hélène Darroze quite simplyFor the first time, Hélène Darroze, in this book, offers us recipes that she cooked, created and photographed, at her home, with her two daughters. You'll discover glimpses of this intimate setting through her grandmother's chequered tablecloth, her personal photos, her tips and secrets, as well as in the famous dishes of her native South-western France. It is a return to one's sources in which one cooks with good products, with tenderness and passion, for those one loves: the best ingredients to make spontaneous, generous, authentic and irresistible recipes!
You'll find over 50 recipes among which: "Honey-glazed pumpkin soup,' "Potato and Béarnaise andouille cake,' "Tarte tatin with chicory heads and cumin,' "Risotto with ceps,' "Hake from Saint-Jean-de-Luz 'Ttoro' style,' "Milk-fed leg of lamb from the Pyrénées roasted with garlic,' "Blanquette of veal,' "Pork sausage with whole-grain mustard,' "Lemon loaf,' "'Grandmother's' apple tart,' "Melting chocolate cake,' etc.
A must-have guide to chocolate making and chocolate showpiece design, from renowned confectionery expert Ewald Notter Covering the full spectrum of chocolate work-from the fundamentals of chocolate making to instruction on advanced showpiece design and assembly-The Art of the Chocolatier is the most complete and comprehensive guide to chocolate-making on the market. The book covers basic information on ingredients, equipment, and common techniques in the pastry kitchen, while also offering clear, step-by-step instructions on creating small candies and large-scale chocolate pieces. This is the ideal book for pastry students enrolled in chocolate and confectionery courses, as well as working professionals and even serious home confectioners who want to improve their skills in advanced chocolate work. Illustrated step-by-step instructions cover all the essentials of chocolate-making, from tempering and creating ganache and gianduja to using molds, transfer sheets, and more An entire chapter devoted to Creating a Competition Piece covers the ins and outs of confectionery competition, from preparing for the event and developing a concept to designing and building a winning chocolate showpiece Beautiful full-color photos throughout provide inspiration for chocolate décor and showpiece design, while clear how-to photos illustrate key techniques The book is accompanied by an Instructor's Manual, companion website, PowerPoint lecture slides, and Respondus test bank The Art of the Chocolatier provides expert-level coverage of every aspect of the chocolatier's art for students and professionals alike.
A complete course in the art Of baking with chocolate from The "harvard of gastronomy"
Savor the culinary savoir-faire of ferrandi paris, The world-renowned cooking school
Tempering and coating, ganaches and truffles, puff pastry and candy, chocolate ribbons and other decorative flourishes-this essential reference reveals 42 fundamental techniques to master cooking with chocolate, explained step by step through text and more than 250 photographs.
From the classics-chocolate mousse, custard tart, éclairs, profiteroles, macarons-to celebration cakes and sophisticated plated desserts, this volume presents 76 recipes for all occasions, from quick desserts to festive specialties, for the home chef and experienced professional alike.
After Chez moi Automne-Hiver [At My Home, Autumn-Winter], here is the second volume devoted to spring and summer recipes.After a first volume devoted to autumn and winter recipes, Hélène Darroze invites us here to celebrate warm sunny days with recipes prepared with her daughters and photographed in the privacy of her home. Simply and spontaneously, she shares her tips and advice with us for making delicious and authentic dishes to be savoured with friends or family when fine weather arrives. A genuine ode to sharing and gourmandise, in the sun of her native south-western France!
You'll find, among others, in this book with over 50 recipes: "White asparagus from the Landes, egg and caper sauce,' "Tarte Tatin with new shallots, honey and rosemary,' "Risotto with cooked and raw green asparagus,' "Roasted langoustines in their shell with salted butter,' "Black bream roasted on a platter with fava beams and confit lemon,' "My grandmother Charlotte's stuffed tomatoes,' "Pure pork sausage in puff pastry with mustard and cumin,' "Fromage blanc tart rhubarb and strawberry compote with elder blossom syrup,' "Omelette with cherry preserves and fresh mint,' "All-chocolate cake with strawberries' and so many others...
The Visual Dictionary of Food and Kitchen gives readers the opportunity to discover foodstuffs from all around the world and to familiarize themselves with tools used to prepare, preserve or eat food.
Convenient and affordable, this book is the perfect tool to expand your knowledge of the fascinating universe of food and kitchen!
This book is written for people who love food and want to be healthy. It uses only natural ingredients, combining them in an easy way to prepare delicious and satisfying meals. Each recipe is simplified to cut cooking time, but has a gourmet touch to make the dish look beautiful and fancy. Because this too is part of my philosophy of life and food - meals have to be tasty, easy and feast the eye the same way they nourish the body.
This book is not meant to convince you to eat 100% raw food in your daily life. It is here to help you incorporate more raw foods for health and youth; to make the transition to a healthier you smoother.
Think health when you prepare your meals, and remember... Health is a choice.
All kinds of raw recipes, from drinks, salads & dressings, cheeses & main meals to desserts;
Easy and simple everyday recipes, no dehydrator needed;
Tips & tricks for most of the recipes;
Mixing the humorous with the erudite, this book is stuffed with tasty anecdotes from the history of sauce-making in France. It is also a cry from the heart, deploring the disappearance of the great French sauces from our plates. For they werebanished during the second half of the last century, when they werefound guilty of dietary heresy. The pioneering chef Yannick Alléno lifts the veil on cutting-edge techniques that enable a chef to create a sauce like a winemaker produces a great vintage. These new sauces lie at the heart of Alléno's cuisine moderne. Along the way, the reader is taken on a fascinating historical journey from antiquity to the future, and through the very DNA of French cuisine.
120 recettes 100 % alsaciennes en français... et en alsacien ! Retrouvez toute la gastronomie alsacienne ! Voici les 120 meilleures recettes alsaciennes en langue régionale et traduites en français. Découvrez enfin la vraie recette de la Flammeküeche (tarte flambée), de la choucroute, des galettes de pommes de terre, du kouglof , et de bien d'autres spécialités alsaciennes.Une cuisine généreuse et conviviale ! Bouchées à la reine, tourte au munster, bibalakas (fromage blanc à l'alsacienne), pâté en croûte, salade de pissenlits, spätzle, coq au riesling, palette de porc fumée, pain d'épice, tarte aux myrtilles, streusel, soufflé au kirsch...E Gueter !
An inevitable Guide, An unique concept
Between pleasure and emotion
With this eighth edition, the VERON Champagne Guide reaches its maturity and imposes its originality.
Faithful to its original concept, which consists in refusing to classify and mark the selected champagnes in order not to reduce them to vulgar consumer goods of which performance could be measured, it continues to develop in accordance with its editorial line.
The 91 Champagnes selected in this VERON Champagnes Guide 2018 thanks to the numerous tastings, in total independence, offer you the opportunity to travel directly in the heart of the Champagne area, to discover the infinite wealth of it, which enabled it to enter into the UNESCO World Heritage on 4 July 2015.
A source of fascinating encounters with professionals from Champagne (producers, wine growers and cellar masters), this book is a testimony to the extraordinary creativity of the Champenois, whose ancestral expertise, constantly reinvented, constitutes a true cultural heritage.
Made in Champagne by Michel VERON, oenologist and oenology teacher at Lycée Viticole de la Champagne since 1991, this book published in French and English was born out of his passion for Champagne tasting, his long experience enriched with innumerable exchanges with the Champenois wine makers and his thirst for discovery...
"Art and wine serve to bring people together." Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Photo credits: Brigitte VERON