The book that I present to you today is still a culinary gem, a gift that every cook should ask for on his birthday. It is the Institut Paul Bocuse . The school of culinary excellence.
The Institut Paul Bocuse has partnered with Larousse to produce this reference book. An unpublished work, preceded by Paul Bocuse, which reveals all the secrets that great chefs use in their kitchens. Every year 600 future chefs are trained at this prestigious school, near Lyon. If you don’t have € 30,000 to train at this Institute, another great option is to go little by little with the help of this book and learn about French culinary excellence.
In Spain we can find several private centers of international prestige such as Le Cordon Bleu, the Basque Culinary Center, ESHOB or La Escuela de Hostelería Hofmann. Although the national public training is also managing to train many cooks.
The point is that many times, we want to go a little further in this gastronomy but it is impossible, due to our work or due to lack of time. So books are a great help to train us little by little and at our own pace.
This book brings together 250 cooking techniques to allow anyone to master both basic technique and more complex bases. Three levels of difficulty are proposed and leaves us with 70 recipes, from the most accessible to the most innovative.
Illustrated with more than 1,800 photographs you will not get lost in the step by step, which as you well know we integrate in all our recipes and which is a success on the blog.
Detailed texts to understand everything about the use of the products, the cooking methods and the conservation principles … And, to go even further, the secrets of food and wine pairings and table arts!
Institut Paul Bocuse. The school of culinary excellence
- Hardcover : 720 pages
- Publisher : Larousse; Edition: edition (October 5, 2017)
- Collection: Larousse – Illustrated / Practical Books – Gastronomy
- Language : Spanish
- ISBN-10 : 8416984220
- ISBN-13 : 978-8416984220
- Price : € 59.90
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