"L'Atelier of Joel Robuchon" features 48 stunning recipes derived from eight primary ingredients. Robuchon's own signature dishes are followed by contributions from five of his most highly acclaimed "disciples". The recipes are broken down into eight categories: potatoes, caviar, scallops, crepes, sweetbreads, truffles, chestnuts, and almonds. Ingredient quantities are given in U.S. measure and the portions are small--ranging from four to six portions. 110+ color photos, 65 b&w photos Pub: 10/97.
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Jo?l Robuchon gives his very best, offering his peers and ambitious gourmets the opportunity to profit from his teaching and successfully recreate-with,the first time ever, all the "inside" information-the classic dishes that have elevated him to a place of international culinary respect and fame. The Atelier-we watch from the wings, able to observe the genesis of creation in Robuchon's own kitchens. Words and images reveal the mysteries of his gastronomic workshop. A privileged view of the gestures and glances of this contemplative world is offered, as we observe one of today's most inspired culinary teachers pass on his techniques and secrets. We are invited to participate in the excitement of a master at work with five of his most inspired pupils: Dominque Bouchet, Cristophe Cussac, Philippe Groult, Beno?t Guichard, and Maurice Guillouet. The Products-we are offered an understanding of eight keystone ingredients from the palette sensibilities of the master himself. Jo?l Robuchon explains why potatoes, caviar, scallops, c?pe mushrooms, sweetbreads, truffles, chestnuts, and almonds are his favorite products. He talks about his research and introduces us to his suppliers, whose attention to quality is second only to Robuchon's own quest for raw perfection. The Recipes-we participate in the unique synthesis of flavors, colors, and textures conceived by the master and his five prot?g?s. Their compositions tease exploration of the eight chosen products and lead us every time toward harmonious composition.From the Inside Flap:
L'Atelier of Jo?l Robuchon Text by Patricia Wells L'Atelier As in painting, sculpture, or music, the art of gastronomy is born in the artist's studio-the kitchen. Presented in this body of culinary artistry, this atelier is a glimpse of the inner workings of Chef Jo?l Robuchon's kitchen, his philosophy, his eight favorite products, his own internationally acclaimed recipes, and those of five of his prot?g?s, trained in his atelier. Jo?l Robuchon is recognized as being one of the greatest chefs in the world. In this book, he has welcomed us into his privileged and secret universe, so that we may gain a better understanding of his inspiration, share in his knowledge, discover his work methods, his way of choosing ingredients, and of expressing and marrying flavors. Thanks to Patricia Wells' passionate and mouth-watering text, and over 300 unforgettable photographs by Herv? Amiard, Jo?l Robuchon's creative force bursts through the three sections of this unique work with the beauty and clarity of genius revealed.
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