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FRANCE from the source

A new Lonely Planet cookbook, France From the Source, collects together authentic recipes from the very birthplace of the word ‘cuisine’ and brings the know-how and passion of generations to your table. Bon appétit!
The village of Chédigny in the Loire Valley of Central France
Baguettes being made at the Boulangerie Parisienne in Paris
The Principality of Monaco
Fishing nets hanging outside a hut in Cap Ferret, in the Southwest of France

Over the following pages, we showcase a variety of signature dishes from across the French regions. From the sumptuous, tarragon-infused chicken enjoyed in the heart of Normandy to the simple conviviality of a parsleyscented pot of moules on the Atlantic coast, these meals are rich – both in the delicate balance of their ingredients as well as their proud heritage, perfected by families over centuries. And who knows – perhaps these recipes will lead you on a journey to discover, and savour, the places from which they originate.

Northern France

BAGUETTE (French bread)

If you had to sum up the whole of French cuisine in one item, the humble baguette would surely be it. With its golden crust hiding a tender white dough inside, all it needs is a hunk of cheese or some butter and it’s a meal in itself.

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