fritesWho doesn’t aspire to make and bite into a batch of freshly-make frites, crispy and moist inside and sprinkled with the right amount of salt, a touch of mayo, ketchup, vinegar or other favorites?

No matter how old you are, where you live or where you come from, the humble frite never fails to bring pleasure.

In her most original, useful and intriguing book "Frites" Anne De La Forest   explores many different cooking styles and permutations of ingredients, from polenta and asparagus to the classic French frites Pont-Neufs or US-style skinny fries. Large or small, fat or thin, peeled or with skins on, French, Belgian, British, Canadian or American, everyone has their own favorite frites/dip combination.

With over 30 traditional, trendy, creative and sweet recipes, this book will inspire many to try their hand at making all kinds of frites. 

Anne De La Forest has been a journalist for over 20 years. As the editor of a monthly food magazine, she is a writer and food-lover at heart, and spent four years developing the concept of Frites before she wrote it. Anne now advises restaurants on their menus and the preparation of frites. She also organizes cooking workshops and tastings in her Montmartre home, which are dedicated to showcasing emblematic French dishes… and chips.


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