|Over 100 recipes for simple, elegant boulangerie fare
Le Pain Quotidien means "The Daily Bread" and was founded in
1990 as an artisanal bakery in Belgium, when chef Alain Coumont struggled to find the perfect bread for his restaurant in Brussels. Since then it has grown into a global restaurant brand with more than 200 restaurants in over 20 countries, serving delicious, slow-fast food – all handmade with the best organic and local ingredients.
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Le Pain Quotidien Cookbook
Delicious recipes from Le Pain Quotidien
Alain Coumont, Jean-Pierre Gabriel
Publishing: June 2013 Price:£20
Le Pain Quotidien Cookbook presents over 100 recipes for simple, elegant boulangerie fare that does you good – handmade breads, breakfasts, tartines, soups, salads, sharing dishes and desserts that fans of Le Pain Quotidien and anyone who enjoys handmade food will relish serving at home.
Le Pain Quotidien is best known for its organic bread and its signature tartines, but it’s also about sharing great food made with love at any time of the day. With everything from Grissini, Baguettes and Focaccia to Chia Seed Banana Muffins, Buckwheat Pancakes with Chestnut Puree and Roasted Golden Beetroot & Chicken Salad, and from Toasted Camembert & Walnut Tartine to Mussels, Potato & Saffron Aioli Soup, Le Pain Quotidien Cookbook reveals all the tricks of the artisan baker and home chef.
Full of favourite recipes from Le Pain Quotidien kitchens, this book is a little slice of ‘our daily bread’ that you can enjoy at home.
Alain Coumont founded Le Pain Quotidien and currently serves as the company’s Chief Creative Officer and
remains the driving force behind the brand’s dedication to organic ingredients. Prior to founding Le Pain
Quotidien, Alain worked with a number of highly regarded chefs including Michel Guérard, Georges Blanc and Joel Robuchon. He lives with his family in Montpellier, France.
Jean-Pierre Gabriel is an award-winning author and photographer. His previous books, Cacao: The Roots of Chocolate (written with Dominique Persoone) and Matiere Chocolat (written with Stephane Leroux), both won Gourmand Cookbook Awards in 2009. He is based in Brussels.
June 6, 2013