Giveaway #118: Two Copies of Nina St Tropez

If you’re not going anywhere this summer holiday, you can console yourself with this book, Nina St Tropez.

Nina St Tropez Giveaway

This is not your typical French cuisine book – it’s written by Londoner, Nina Parker, a professional chef and francophile. You won’t find the well-trodden recipes such as Onion Soup, Duck Confit or some Pâté in this book; not that there is anything wrong with any of them. Instead you’ll get sucked in by the weather and atmosphere by beautiful photos of sunny St Tropez, transporting you to the South of France. Since it’s located in the Provence region, most of the recipes hail from there. Here are some examples of what you will find in the book:

  • Artichoke Hearts in Olive Oil
  • Asparagus and Green Beans with Toasted Walnuts and Vinaigrette
  • Crab Salad with Avocado, Tomato and Coriander Salad
  • Vanilla and Orange Blossom Marshmallows
  • St Tropez Tart
  • Fennel, Carrot and nutmeg Gratin

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  1. Susan Elai Carter says

    I am already a subscriber but when I just clicked the green box it still wanted my email so I have entered it. :-)

  2. Maxine says

    I love making fougasse with a variety of toppings – such a beautiful tasting and looking bread!

  3. Jane Willis says

    I’m not sure it’s possible to have a favourite French dish, there are too many to choose from. But if forced at gunpoint, I’d say a poulet roti, bought hot from the market with some of the wonderful potatoes cooked in the drippings and eaten with a curly endive salad

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