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Ladure: The Savory Recipes

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A Paris establishment since its start in 1862, Ladure is famous for its cakes and pastries. However, its savory fare has always played a big part its repertoire, which is featured in this amazing collection. Presented by Chef Michel Lerouet, it presents 100 recipes including such delights as Vegetable Tagliatelles with Ladure Tea and Cardamom as well as myriad appetizers and main courses. 392 pages 7H, 6.5W Suede-covered hardback cover, paper Chene
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