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Le Cordon Bleu
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Ebury Press (1992)
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Le Cordon Bleu - A Worldwide Leader in Gastronomy, Hospitality and Management.

Le Cordon Bleu - A Worldwide Leader in Gastronomy, Hospitality and Management. Founded in Paris in 1895, Le Cordon Bleu is considered today the largest network of culinary and hospitality schools in the world with more than 35 institutes in 20 countries and 20,000 students of over 100 nationalities are trained every year. Le Cordon Bleu combines innovation and creativity with tradition through its certificates, diplomas, bachelors and master degrees. Le Cordon Bleu is a world renowned network of educational institutions dedicated to providing the highest level of culinary and hospitality instruction through world class programmes.

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Le Cordon Bleu is the crème de la crème of cooking schools, and this is an indispensable volume for everyone interested in learning about . I am cooking my way through the fascinating and tradition-rich Le Cordon Bleu at Home

Le Cordon Bleu is the crème de la crème of cooking schools, and this is an indispensable volume for everyone interested in learning about the ageless art of French cooking. Combining time-honored traditions with the latest, most sophisticated methods and a variety of recipes ranging from standard at-home fare to classic, regional, and modern dishes, this is the ultimate state-of-the-art book on French cuisine. I am cooking my way through the fascinating and tradition-rich Le Cordon Bleu at Home. Our family is anything but disappointed in this find.

Le Cordon Bleu (French for "The Blue Ribbon") is an international chain of hospitality and culinary schools teaching French cuisine. Its educational focuses are hospitality management, culinary arts, and gastronomy. The institution consists of 35 institutes in 20 countries and has over 20,000 students of many different nationalities. The origin of the school name may come from the French Royal and Catholic Ordre des Chevaliers du Saint Esprit.

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Le Cordon Bleu Cuisine Foundations: Classic Recipes. Guía completa de las técnicas culinarias.

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Combination Le Cordon Bleu Home Cookbook which provides a solid understanding of the philosophy and skills taught for nearly a century in the school’s nine-month Classic Cycle course. There are 100 illustrated recipes, explained step-by-step with 1400 photographs and presented in 6 chapters: Pastries, cakes and desserts; Individual cakes and plated desserts; Pies and tarts; Outstanding and festive desserts; Biscuits and cupcakes, candies and delicacies, and finally the basics of pastry.

Le Cordon Bleu Cuisine Foundations presents the definitive concepts and . This book is a tribute to French Patisserie

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  • I got this book as my first cookbook when I was getting into cooking. It is a GREAT book. All of the Le Cordon Bleu recipes are included and organized into lessons starting from easiest to hardest. I have gotten through about the first 8 - 9 lessons, and have cooked for a couple of dinner parties. A lot of these dishes have been big hits, the biggest being: The leg of lamb, the French onion soup, the swiss chard gratin, the almond trout, and the Bavarian cream. I should warn you, that I felt there was a very big learning curve when I started this book. Almost every lesson will have you learning new techniques just as you get the old ones down (and possibly require you to buy new pots, pans, and other cooking equipment). Each lesson has about 3 or four courses. These are classic recipes that take a lot of time and effort if you're doing an entire course. Don't underestimate it! Overall though, if you're willing to put in the effort, you'll learn a lot about cooking and prepare some great meals!

  • I've always been an avid and pretty good home cook. As a child I learned to cook at my parents elbow's, and while they taught me very good fundamentals, most of what I learned from them was either Cajun or Southern. In the early 90's I was given this book as a gift and it immediately made a tremendous impact on my cooking.

    Le Cordon Bleu At Home taught me about sauces and stocks and much about classic technique. Not only was my repertoire expanded by the recipes in the book, but also by incorporating techniques and parts of featured recipes into new dishes of my creation. This book has infused almost all of my cooking with a classic french flair.

    There are a number of complaints about the lack of pictures, I find the pictures of the food more than adequate, and now, if you must see what it looks like before you cook it, you can find an image on Google. The back of the book has a great explanation of all of the techniques referenced in the book including detailed step by step photos. I would disagree with those who say this book is only for advanced cooks, as it is presented as a set of lessons starting with the easiest and progressing, and again the techniques are explained in detail and illustrated in the back of the book. I would also disagree with those who say the ingredient list are intimidating or too expensive. My favorite recipe out of this book, and probably my favorite thing to cook and eat is the beef bourguignon, which is made with lowly inexpensive chuck roast. There are also many classic chicken dishes etc. that are not expensive, but are exquisite.

    Le Cordon Bleu at Home changed and elevated my cooking immensely, and now after nearly 20 years of hard use, I need to order a new copy.

  • Incredible book with all of the classics of French cuisine and technique- indispensable for anyone learning this style of cuisine. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that I got a used copy, and several pages were loose- and that wasn't properly shared in the product description. Great book, and everyone who wants to learn classic French Cuisine MUST have it!

  • I loved the book when I first owned this edition. After loosing it in a fire, I searched for over 8 years to find this edition in this condition! Thanks to the company Hiberhill for having it and confirming the edition with photos and fast responsive emails. I think this is one of the best learning cookbooks out there. I recommend any edition of Le Cordon Bleu At Home to any one, even beginners.

  • I bought this book for my wife for Valentine's Day (it was her request). She has enjoyed learning the techniques taught and most of the recipes have been fine. Some don't fit American tastes, but that's another reason to try them. Easy to follow instructions, but lots of "tools" for cooking that aren't in most kitchens.

  • This book is BIG. Plenty of illustrations. Recipes arranged by menu and the menus are arranged by skill level.
    There is something here for everyone of any skill level. Highly recommend this to any fan of French cuisine.
    But be forewarned, many if not most recipes are orgies of butter and heavy cream and thick sauces.

  • I would echo another reviewer who suggested that Julia Child's "The Way To Cook" is the ultimate learn-to-cook book, and her "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" is the ultimate learn-to-cook-French book, but this is a good introduction, too. I've been using this cookbook for years, even before I went through a Cordon Bleu culinary program here in the U.S. I'd also recommend getting the Cordon Bleu Practicial Techniques Book, which is excellent and has step-by-step photos of a lot of the techniques talked about in this book. My favorite practical book is probably La Varenne Practique. I've made about half of the recipes; if you follow the directions carefully, you usually learn something new and it's cheaper than going to Paris!

  • Very good to have this book at home. Le Cordon Bleu at home is easy to follow even for the beginning cook.