The Hands On French Cookbook

Connect with French through Simple, Healthy Cooking

by Elisabeth de Châtillon

Pub Date 02 Jun 2021

What makes this cookbook a bit different from others that feature French recipes is that it is bilingual. English speakers can practice (or learn) some French as they prepare these good looking recipes and enjoy all of the extras included in this title. The recipes themselves are for either main dishes or desserts. The downside of this book is that there are not very many recipes, leading me to conclude that the author’s intent was more to teach French and that recipes were a useful way to do that. With that in mind, this is an interesting title.

Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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