Gourmand Books - Publisher of Gourmet Cookbooks


The 232-page "Gourmand 2007 Yearbook" showcases all national or regional Gourmand World Cookbook Awards winners from 2006, with a photo of their book cover, and a short text about the book and/or the author(s). The 2007 Yearbook also includes 77 pages of articles and a 14 page index. More About the Book...

 

 


The 208-page "Gourmand 2006 Yearbook" showcases all national or regional Gourmand World Cookbook Awards winners from 2005, with a photo of their book cover, and a short text about the book and/or the author(s). Articles in the 2006 Yearbook include an interview of Kornmeyer and his book on the German cookbook market, coverage of the events in Kuala Lumpur and Sweden, articles about cookbooks and winebooks, and much more. More About the Book...

 

 


In February 2001 Editions Alain Ducasse published “Le Grand Livre d’Alain Ducasse” in French, his 5.2 kg (12 pounds) masterpiece with 1056 pages, over 700 recipes, and more than 1000 photos.

Editions Alain Ducasse has published his "Culinary Encyclopedia" in English and it is now available from our warehouse. More About the Book...

 

 


The Culinary Chronicle, Volume 8, by Bruno Hausch and Christine Messer - Hausch has now been published in english in the last week of September 2004, with a DVD of 199 minutes, with 24 minutes on El Bulli, Roses and Barcelona. The visit to Tokyo is equally stunning. The best of the current culinary world for Spain, Italy, Japan, France can be found in this book and DVD. Special price for Gourmandbooks clients: the book with DVD is available for 139 euros plus transportation. All other previous volumes of The Culinary Chronicle 1-7 are now sold out. More About the Book & DVD...

 


This special volume celebrates twenty years of team work. This book is a step-by-step of twenty years kitchen work, explaining the restaurant's development, the keys, and the results of Ferran Adrià's creations year after year. More About the Book...

 

 

 


Oscar Caballero manages to transmit through his words the aroma and feelings only known up to now by the few that have eaten in the restaurant of Ferran Adriá.
The hooked client of El Bulli will recognize his experience throughout the book, and the reader who has never been there will understand and even become an expert on El Bulli. The key to the experience is the wild sense of humour shared by Ferran Adriá, Juli Soler and Oscar Caballero. It makes possible a very profound study of culinary history, touching many cultures and times, to arrive at the foam, the siphon and the sponge in the Mediterranean restaurant. More About the Book...

 


Léa Linster is a woman who has gained her place among the great chefs of international fame. This native Luxembourger was the first woman who won the "Bocuse d'Or", the highest distinction in the world of cuisine.

"Best of Léa Linster", the second book from this great chef, is entirely devoted to the recipes of her two restaurants "Léa Linster" and "Kaschthaus", made accessible to the home cook. More About the Book...