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Finding Resources in Oliver
Here are some books that you may find useful during your studies. Search the Bennies catalogue Oliver for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS.
Cooking and Travelling in South-West France by
Publication Date: 2004-09-01
Copiously illustrated cookbook and travel memoir of a visit to south-west France. Includes over 80 recipes inspired by the region and explores food markets and farmhouses. Renowned Melbourne chef and author Stephanie Alexander was awarded an Order of Australia in 1994 for her services to the hospitality industry. Previous books include 'The Cooks Companion', 'Stephanie's Feasts and Stories' and 'A Shared Table'.
Recipe and Craft Guide to France by
Call Number: BIO 641.5944 POW
Publication Date: 2010-06-01
France is a magical place that attracts more tourists than any other country in the world. Step inside this colorful book to learn why people love it so much. Then make French-inspired crafts you can keep or give as gifts, and cook some delicious French food for your friends and family. Make a paper stained-glass window for your room, and find out why the real stained-glass windows in one of the world's greatest cathedrals were taken apart piece by piece. Build a model château, and learn where the rich people made their homes in France. Paint an animal like the ones found in an ancient cave called Lascaux. Then impress everyone by whipping up some dessert crepes or a basket of crispy French fries. As you craft and cook your way through France with the projects and recipes in this book, you'll come to love this wonderful country, too. Vive la France! Book jacket.
The Food of France by
Call Number: NFS 641.0944 FOO
Publication Date: 200
A title that showcases the best food in France. Photographs and text throughout explore real French food, from picking the best seasonal produce in the markets of Provence and waiting for camembert to ripen in Normandy, to starting the day with a hot cafe au lait and freshly baked croissants.
Food of Paris by
Publication Date: 2002-08-15
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