Marvelous Recipes from the French Heartland. Régis Marcon (Relié)

Patrick André, Jean-François Abert

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Régis Marcon grew up in Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid, in the Auvergne region of France. His hotel restaurant, like the village, puts on no airs ("peu protocolaire," as Marcon describes it). It is one of those rare places that, in spite of its star status, has not forgotten that it started out life as the village café run by Marcon's mother. Marcon started the Auberge des Cimes as a modest local eatery in 1982. Over the years, he and his wife Michèle have gradually upgraded their small establishment to a two star Michelin restaurant with a twelve room hotel connected to the restaurant by a tunnel. The rooms in the hotel are spacious and modern with stunning views of the forested slopes surrounding the hilltop town. The restaurant has a similar feel with colorful lamps, waiters wearing mushroom pins, and interesting knickknacks. He is very proud that he and his wife were able to take over the family business and make it what it is today. Marcon's cuisine relies on the elements unique to his region, including a dazzling array of mushrooms, cheeses, and local herbs. Marcon combines all those ingredients in a personal style that emphasizes brilliant flavors in new ways. In addition to presenting his recipes, he offers a firsthand look at, and tells the stories of, his countrymen-farmers, foragers, fishermen, and purveyors. Born from traditional French cuisine, the recipes take on a new dimension in the simplicity and modernity of Marcon's approach. Organized by season, the recipes take you from "Trout with Auvergne Blue Cheese Sauce" for Spring to "Winter Luxury Squash Crêpes." His reputation has spread all over Europe, and his restaurant is a landmark and a destination for an ever increasing number of gastronomes.
  • Date de parution : 01/01/2002
  • Editeur : Ici La Press
  • ISBN : 1-931605-08-4
  • EAN : 9781931605083
  • Présentation : Relié
  • Nb. de pages : 297 pages
  • Poids : 1.745 Kg
  • Dimensions : 23,2 cm × 31,0 cm × 3,1 cm
Régis Marcon : In the last few years, Régis Marcon has become one of the most respected chefs in France. Among his distinctions are two stars in the Michelin Guide; a 19/20 rating in the GaultMillau Guide, as well as being named their Chef of the Year, 2001; the Bocuse d'Or Taittinger International Award; the Brillat Savarin Prize; and the Prix La Mazille, 2001. The La Mazille prize recognized La Cuisine Chez Régis Marcon (the French edition of this book) as best book in France for respecting the traditions and values of good cookbook writing. Jean-François Abert : As a journalist, he was in charge of the cultural pages of the daily newspaper Lyon-Libération from 1986-1992. Abert also has written for Libération, Cuisine and Terroirs, and GaultMillau, among other publications. With Alain Chapel he co-wrote La Cuisine c'est Beaucoup plus que des recettes, and La Cuisine Immediate with Pierre Gagnaire. Patrick André : Patrick André is a professional photographer, living in Clermont-Ferrand, where he opened his studio in 1981. Specializing in food photography, he works for advertisers, art book publishers, and many magazines.

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