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Mrs. Lupin's new cookbook (PROMO)

by Lupin Sat Jun 13th, 2009 at 05:39:44 AM EST

Mrs. Lupin's new cookbook, aptly entitled "Les Petites Recettes d'une Américaine dans l'Aude," has just come out -- with 22 American recipes adapted to local French ingredients and 27 color photos.

The book can be ordered online here. (12 euro + p&h)

Recipes include:

  • Tourte au poulet
  • Pâte brisée à la crème fraîche
  • Gâteaux "Blondies"
  • Pain au fromage et à l'ail
  • Daube au Coca-Cola
  • Gâteau à la glace fondue
  • Pudding au pain
  • "Cobb Salad"
  • Sauce pour "Cobb salad"
  • Petits pains des Anges
  • Muffins à la canneberge et aux raisins
  • Petits pains New Yorkais
  • Raisins à la crème fraîche
  • Petits gâteaux aux raisins
  • "Sloppy Joes"
  • Pains de hamburger en 40 minutes
  • Gratin de hot dogs
  • Pain aux bananes façon Randy
  • Gratin de pommes de terre
  • Pain au maïs
  • Rôti côtes de boeuf
  • Tourte aux pâtes


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Is it in French or English ?

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by Helen (lareinagal at yahoo dot co dot uk) on Sun Jun 14th, 2009 at 05:05:43 PM EST
Hi Helen!

In French! This is squarely aimed at the natives! :-) Exporting US recipes to France is a bit like coal to Newscastle etc. but we like tilting at windmills.

by Lupin on Mon Jun 15th, 2009 at 05:11:17 AM EST
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This is wonderful.  I find myself reading the list of recipes and trying to figure out what the English (American) translation would be.  So far, I'm good on "Sloppy Joes"  
by jjellin on Wed Jun 17th, 2009 at 03:45:08 AM EST
The original list of recipes is:

Chicken Pot Pie
Sour cream pie crust
Blondies (or Butterscotch brownies)
Garlic cheese bread
Coca-Cola pot roast
Melted Ice Cream Cake
Bread Pudding
Cobb Salad
Cobb Salad Dressing
Baking powder biscuits
Cranberry-Raisin Muffins
Bagels
Grapes in Sour Cream
Raisin cookies
40-minute hamburger buns
Hot Dog casserole
Banana bread
Twice-baked potato casserole
Corn bread
Standing rib roast
Noodle Pudding (Kugel)

by Lupin on Wed Jun 17th, 2009 at 05:55:55 AM EST
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Congratulations. Which type of cornbread is she basing the recipe on, the cake-like stuff you find on the West Coast, or the coarser Southern cornbread (or both, hey, regional variation is always neat)?
by lychee on Thu Jun 18th, 2009 at 04:22:59 AM EST
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Sorry, I only noticed your comment today.

The answer is, the West Coast type, such as one used to find at, say, Marie Callendar.

by Lupin on Fri Jul 3rd, 2009 at 10:37:06 AM EST
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