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After The Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, which recounted the history of this little paradise bordered by pine trees, Cuisine & Cravings of the Stars offers recipes that satisfy deep desires, that are stripped of everything but the essence of people who finally feel happy and at home, somehow, thanks to the flavors they find on their plates.
To be a chef at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc is no easy task. The sky, the sea, and the land - not to mention the world's most elite patrons - are always there to judge you. And so, the cuisine at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc is ambitious. It whispers excellence; it breathes with agility and talent. It satisfies, pleases, nourishes, gratifies, impresses.
In this magnificently illustrated cookbook, recipes from the hotel's celebrated grill, restaurant, and cabanas are presented in a befitting, luxurious format. Here are the favorite dishes of movie stars and moguls, each accompanied by a full-page photograph.
A top reporter at The Figaro and The Figaro Magazine, Francois Simon is the author of numerous works, including 52 Week-ends en Europe and a novel, Toscane(s), published by Assouline. He also makes documentaries for the series Paris Premiere and maintains a personal blog, Simon-Says!
This hardcover book measures 9 inches by 12 inches. Published August 30, 2008.
Origin: United States
Assouline publishes the illustrated art and fashion books you buy as gifts but end up keeping for yourself. Founded by French husband-and-wife team Prosper and Martine Assouline in 1994, this New York-based publishing house offers a collection of more than 1,000 image-heavy titles on design, fashion, food, art, travel, architecture, and photography. Notable works include "The American Fashion Cookbook," containing recipes from more than 100 designers plus a foreword by Martha Stewart; Claiborne Swanson Frank's "American Beauty," featuring high-art photographs of American women; and Francois Baudot and Francoise Aveline's three-book set on iconic designer Coco Chanel. Aside from its printing press, Assouline operates several charming book boutiques in Paris, New York, Istanbul, and other major world cities.