Creole by Babette de Rozières

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CREOLE contains 160 tasty and quick-to-prepare dishes that reflect the cultures of the many different nations and continents that have influenced Creole cooing, including Spain, France, India, and Africa, among others. It is written by a true authority on Creole cooking, the original fusion cuisine of the West Indies. Every recipe is illustrated with a specially commissioned photograph, combined with images that evoke the landscape, colors, and people of the Caribbean.

About Babette de Rozières

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Born in Guadeloupe, Babette de Rozières learned the complexities of creole cooking from her grandmother and from there began her love affair with West Indian cuisine. From the beginning of her culinary career in a tiny restaurant a stone's throw from the Folies Bergères in Paris, her taste for challenges led her to run a restaurant in Saint Tropez, before opening her own restaurant in Guadeloupe. She is now head chef and manager of the famous restaurant La Table de Babette in Paris, where she offers her customers the delights of Creole cuisine.
Published May 19, 2010 by Phaidon Press. 360 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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