Michael Steinberger is Slate’s longtime wine columnist and a regular contributor to Saveur and the Financial Times. His work also appears in The New Yorker, The New York Times, the Economist, Food & Wine, and the Wine Spectator. He was the Hong Kong correspondent for Maclean’s, and has written about finance, culture, sports, and politics for a variety of leading international media. He lives in Delaware with his wife and two children.
eBook | 256 pages | Anchor Canada | Cooking; Travel - Europe - France; Cooking - Wine & Spirits
December 17, 2010 | $13.99
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A rich, lively book about the upheaval in French gastronomy, set against the backdrop of France’s diminished fortunes as a nation.
France is in a rut, and so is French cuisine. Twenty-five years ago it was hard to have a bad meal there; today it’s difficult to find a good one. An...