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OUR FAVORITE COOKBOOKS

One of my favorite things to do is collect and explore cookbooks. The time, effort and experience that these masterful chefs share with us is precious beyond words – not only for our survival, but for the true enjoyment of cooking, eating and hosting.

The cookbooks below are manually curated by us and our own personal favorites. A good cookbook is a trusted companion for local, seasonal and sustainable eating. You’ll notice we don’t include cookbooks to specific diets, such as vegan, gluten-free, or Paleo. At Dinner In Provence, we focus heavily on balanced and varied Local Seasonal eating, with French, Tuscan and Mediterranean influences.

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Featured Cookbooks

LA VIE RUSTIC
This is the cookbook that started our love affair with French cooking, but also inspired our Le Vieux Jardin dream. James Beard Award winning author Georgeanne Brennan shares a lifetime of French farmhouse cooking, serving up rustic & casual dishes.
PORTLAND FARMER’S MARKET
The Portland Farmer’s Market operates year-round and is listed in the Top 10 in the country. Even if you don’t live in the PNW, you can benefit from 100 seasonal modern, and plant-assertive recipes.
SIX SEASONS
Josh McFadden, owner of Ava Gene’s and Tusk here in Portland, serves up restaurant-quality, plant-forward seasonal dishes. Organized by vegetable, it serves as an easy reference for CSA members. Winner of a James Beard Award.

FLOUR WATER SALT YEAST
An iconic book written by Portland’s own Ken Forkish of Ken’s Artisan Bakery, this Amazon best-seller shows home cooks step by step how to achieve artisan, naturally-leavened bread. This is Marc’s favorite bread book!
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