Pork & Sons

Pork & Sons

Book - 2007
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Pork and Sons is the quintessential pork cookbook. There are 150 simple yet wonderfully original recipes presented by a three-generation-old family of pig butchers and farmers in rural France. Interspersed with humorous sketches and intimate photographs, it provides insight into the history of the pig, those who raise them, and finally how to flavour, cook and transform pork into an array of mouth-watering dishes.

Uniform Title: Cochon & fils. English
Publisher: New York : Phaidon Press, 2007.
Edition: US ed., English ed.
ISBN: 9780714847900
Branch Call Number: 641.5944
Characteristics: 367 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.


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Thundymac Jul 15, 2010

This homage to the pig is a blend of cookbook, scrapbook and travel guide. The author is the owner and chef of restaurant Ville 9 Trois, near Paris and learned all about pork at his grandfathers knee.


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