Jun 5, 2014

The French Market Cookbook by Clotilde Dusoulier

It's time for another cookbook review, this time we cooked in Jada's big kitchen again. Jada and I have made a three course meal using The French Market Cookbook by Clotilde Dusoulier. This book is not as big as an average cookbook which is quite handy. A few of the recipes are gluten- and lactose free which makes it perfect for those who do eat them, but occasionally have guests who don't. The recipes are vegetable oriented and they are all vegetarian. There are four chapters, one for every season.
We started with a simple recipe, Eggplant and fresh herb tabbouleh. I'm a big fan of couscous and this tabbouleh was easy to make and it tasted fantastic. We chose to make the zucchini and apricot socca tart as our main course. This is a light recipe which makes it perfect for a summer evening. What I liked best about this cookbook is the fantastic deserts. We made peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis, because peaches are my favorite kind of fruit. It looked and tasted absolutely wonderful.
The French Market cookbook shows how easy it is to make good food without using meat or fish. You don't have to be a vegetarian to buy this book. It is good for everyone to have vegetable- and fruit based meals every now and then. I highly recommend this cookbook. It's filled with recipes using fresh season related products. It was so much fun to go to the market and shop for everything we needed. As the deserts are all looking amazing I want to try each and every one of them. 


  1. This book looks awesome!

  2. I like it a lot, it's such a handy cookbook!

  3. Thank you so much for this review, I'm so pleased you're enjoying the book! I'll look forward to your report on the next recipes you try. Best wishes from a very sunny Paris!


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