The Roux Brothers on Patisserie
From the Publisher:
Michel and Albert Roux turn their attention to the French art of patisserie, pooling half a century of their collective knowledge and experience to create a 'culinary bible'. They guide even the modest cook through the making of the simplest pastry to the most mouth-watering confection.
About the Authors:
The Roux brothers, Albert and Michel, were the first chefs to win three Michelin stars in the UK, at London's Le Gavroche, and trained some of the biggest names in the business, including Pierre Koffman, Marco Pierre White, and Gordon Ramsay. The Roux brothers are largely credited with reinventing British cuisine in the 1960s and 1970s. In 2013, it was estimated that more than half of Britain's Michelin-starred restaurants were run by chefs who spent their early careers in the Roux Brothers' kitchens.
Release Date: 1993
Condition: Very Good, slight moisture damage throughout pages.