Author(s): Alain Ducasse; Paule Neyrat
When people think of French food, they often imagine laborious recipes that are loaded with butter and cream, and which can only be mastered with the skills of a sous chef. In , Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse, in collaboration with nutritionist Paule Neyrat, rediscovers the pleasure of simple food, and presents delicious French cuisine without the fat or the fuss. With over 190 easy-to-make creations, Ducasse shows the subtle wonders of a wide range of delectable flavours, giving pride of place to fruit, vegetables and cereals, which are sure to leave you feeling great. Featuring delightful line drawings, mouthwatering food photography, and with Alain's useful snippets of advice peppered throughout the book, Ducasse Nature is more than a recipe book: it shows another way to enjoy food that is more natural, healthy and delicious.
Alain Ducasse is one of the most renowned chefs of his generation. Born in the Landes region of western France he is also a restaurant designer, hotelier and teacher of the culinary arts. Over 30 years, he has developed a unique savoir-faire, which has helped define the contemporary art of living and eating. His current stable of restaurants include Plaza Athenee (Paris), Jules Verne (Eifell Tower, Paris), The Dorchester (London) and he is the only chef to hold 19 Michelin stars throughout his career.