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Richard Olney's French Wine Food: A Wine Lover's Cookbook ebook

by Richard Olney


This book has given Richard Olney a long-awaited opportunity to indulge his dual passion for wine and food in a way that reflects his own culinary habits.

This book has given Richard Olney a long-awaited opportunity to indulge his dual passion for wine and food in a way that reflects his own culinary habits. The result is a very personal collection of French provincial dishes combined with professional guidance on the wines to serve them with. Writing with all the authority and infectious pleasure of a man whose work is his hobby.

Olney lived in a house above the village of Solliès-Toucas in Provence, France, for most of his adult life, where he wrote many classic and influential cookbooks of French country cooking.

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A very personal collection of French provincial dishes combined with professional guidance on the wines to serve with them.

Olney was born in Marathon, Iowa. He lived in a house above the village of Solliès-Toucas in Provence, France, for most of his adult life, where he wrote many classic and influential cookbooks of French country cooking

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White wine rarely contains sediment other than an occasional deposit of tartar crystals, which, being relatively heavy .

White wine rarely contains sediment other than an occasional deposit of tartar crystals, which, being relatively heavy, do not disturb the wine. A red wine that contains a certain amount of sediment must be handled very gently from the moment it leaves the cellar to the moment the last drop is poured. To taste a wine properly, I do not feel that it is too indiscreet to pucker one’s mouth (the French say that one forms one’s mouth in a cul de poule) and suck air through the wine before letting it spread to all corners of the mouth and tongue (although, admittedly, one’s table companions may be surprised at this performance).

Richard Olney's French Wine and Food: A Wine Lover's Cookbook. Now in paperback, this landmark, debut cookbook from Richard Olney is brimming with over 150 authentic recipes that capture the flavors and spirit of the French countryside. Author Richard Olney. Subtitle A Wine Lover's Cookbook. And no one else writes so eloquently about wine.

Richard Olney was mine. Before I had the pleasure of meeting him in person, I knew him through his early books, The French Menu Cookbook (1970) and Simple French Food (1974), both of which influenced me more profoundly than any culinary writing of the time and any I have since encountered. These books occupy my culinary consciousness. Their spirit lives in the spirit of what I do. It was altogether fortunate that the first publication of The French Menu Cookbook coincided with my awakening as a cook

This book has given Richard Olney a long-awaited opportunity to indulge his dual passion for wine and food in a way that reflects his own culinary habits. The result is a very personal collection of French provincial dishes combined with professional guidance on the wines to serve them with.Writing with all the authority and infectious pleasure of a man whose work is his hobby, Richard Olney takes us on a tour of Burgundy, Bordeaux, the Côtes du Rhônes and other regions of France. Each of his menus reflects the traditional cuisine of the area and is perfectly complemented by his selection of local wines.
Richard Olney's French Wine  Food: A Wine Lover's Cookbook ebook
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Richard Olney
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Interlink Pub Group (October 30, 1997)
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