Daniel Boulud's Brilliant New Cookbook

Pages from Daniel Boulud's cookbook, Daniel: My French Cuisine Photo © Ben Alsop
By Michael Endelman Posted December 11, 2013

Superchef Daniel Boulud's amazing new cookbook is the perfect gift for any food history buff.

Superchef Daniel Boulud's amazing new cookbook is the perfect gift for any food history buff.

Daniel: My French Cuisine by Daniel Boulud

By the Numbers: 75 recipes from Boulud's NYC flagship, Daniel—nearly impossible to make without a team of sous-chefs. Plus, 13 simpler recipes for French country classics.

Best Read: Essays by writer Bill Buford cover the week he and Boulud cooked "technically flamboyant and historically evocative dishes," like chartreuse, "a game bird confection that looks like a joke birthday cake."

Most Challenging Dish: Wild Hare à la Royale, which uses foie gras and black truffles and takes three days to prepare.

Most Accessible Dish: The root vegetable baeckeoffe, a hearty Alsatian casserole of onions, turnips, cabbage and bacon.

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