I've got several others of the 'little taste of' series, so have come to expect the high standard of recipes and photographs. I wasn't disappointed with this book either - many familiar favourites are presented, and the photos evoke the atmosphere of France. My niggle is with the presentation: instead of being organized into familiar categories like 'fish', 'meat', 'desserts', whatever, this book is organized around themes like the market, the bread shop, cafe life. The result is that I have to keep going back to the index to find recipes I want to consult, instead of just flipping through all of the relevant food section. Small niggle indeed. The book's worth buying, and it will be well used in my kitchen.
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