Raising the Bar For Comfort Food Everywhere

Raising the Bar For Comfort Food Everywhere

Emma Christensen
Aug 20, 2014
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The angle: Soul-soothing dishes from every region of France — no one does comfort food quite like the French.

Recipes for right now: Savory Tomato Basil Cake, Tart Apple Turnovers, Baguette Sandwich with Ham and Sweet Butter, French Mussels in White Wine Sauce, Very Lemon Tart, Raspberry-Almond Mini Cakes

Who would enjoy this book? Who couldn't use a little comfort food?

Quick Facts

Who wrote it: Hillary Davis

Who published it: Gibbs Smith

Other highlights: Comfort is a universal language — these recipes are warm, often cheese-filled or eggy (or both), sweet when they need to be and deeply savory when they're not. And yet, they are also very distinctly French. These are the kinds of foods that you'd encounter in a French bistro or, if you're lucky enough to have an aunt or a good friend who has settled abroad, on a kitchen table.

As we head into fall and cooler days, this cookbook with its new-but-familiar comfort food dishes is not likely to leave the kitchen very often.

Find the book at your local library, independent bookstore, or Amazon: French Comfort Food by Hillary Davis

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