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The Roux Brothers on Patisserie (Anglais) Broché – 9 septembre 1993

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Présentation de l'éditeur

Michel and Albert Roux are a culinary legend. In this book they turn their attention to the French art of Patisserie, pooling half a century of their collective knowledge and experience to create, not a general cookery book, but a culinary bible. The Roux brothers guide even the modest cook through the making of the simplest pastry to the most mouth-watering confection, achieving results once within the realm of only the professional chef.

With practical advice, tips and hints, the authors set out the various pastry, sponge and dough bases used for desserts and breads, and the creams and fruit-flavoured sauces that complement them. The main recipe section comprises Cold desserts and sweets, Hot desserts and sweets, Hot and cold fruit tarts, Ice creams and sorbets, Petits fours and canapes and finally Cakes. Each recipe lists the equipment needed and provides practical advice on preparation, with hints on presentation, storage and freezing. Finally, the Roux brothers reveal the techniques behind their spectacular, decorative sugar work.

Biographie de l'auteur

Brothers Michel and Albert Roux have more than 50 years of experience between them in the world's top restaurants and houses. Michel Roux was awarded the Meilleur Ouvrier de France in 1976 for his patisserie.

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 The Amateur Pastry Chef 29 décembre 2004
Par jerry i h - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Three decades ago, the Roux Brothers re-invented French cuisine by inventing nouvelle cuisine and writing a cookbook by the same name. With this book, they have focused their talent to the pastry kitchen. One the whole, if you sort of know your way around the home pastry kitchen, this book is a decent (but not great) resource for professional patisserie recipes adapted for the home kitchen. It is not for beginners.

In spite of all the French heritage, the Roux brothers exercise their craft in England, and are thoroughly British in attitude and taste, for better or worse. True to this tradition, virtually every dessert in this book has either fresh fruit or marzipan (there is even a Christmas pudding; there are 5 fruit souffles, but not a chocolate one); if you are looking for a standard, heavy, fattening French pastry or dessert that does not have fresh fruit, you probably will not find it here. In that sense, this pastry book is quite deficient, as there are whole classes of pastry and desserts that the home pastry chef should be able to do, but are absent from this book.

The concept of a pastry book to train the home cook into an amateur pastry chef is very appealing; this is the stated intention of the authors. No book I have ever come across does this adequately. Sad to say, this book is no exception. The patisserie here is more or less professional, meaning that most of the dishes are multiple component assembly jobs; it assumes you already have the components available and ready for use. The coordination of making the basic components with the main dish assembly is never addressed. There is a surprising amount of inattention to the recipes by the authors: flour amounts are in cups and not weight, the use of confectioner's sugar makes the dessert gritty (you should use superfine sugar), potato starch in the sponge biscuit, a creme mousseline that uses pure butter rather than whipped cream (yuck), and the use of instant vanilla pudding and lack of gelatin in creme chiboust.

Unfortunately, the recipe instructions lack the necessary detail for the home cook. Without professional instruction, it is unlikely that the average home cook will be able to successfully execute the recipes, even in the basics chapter. For example, the suggestion to place water directly to the oven floor when baking bread will either cause a kitchen fire or damage the oven. The authors never address what to do with leftover cake trimmings, frostings, etc; several recipes advise you to throw away leftover meringue (a professional pastry chef should know better; just pipe out and bake little cookies or vacherins). Some of the recipes require you to slice genoise rounds into paper thin layers (1/4 inch), but the book never tells you how. The seasonality of fresh fruits is also never addressed (good quality fresh fruits means that many of the desserts can only be made during certain times of the year, plus the quality of fruit in England is inferior to the ones in California, as England is at the same latitude with Canada, not exactly famous for high quality summer berries or stone fruit; if the authors lived in California, I think the fruit treatment would be vastly different).

On the good side, other than the croquembouche or Pithivier, the recipes do not have fancy, elegant, professional decorating components. The emphasis is on preparing the pastry itself, making it a good learning tool for the home amateur pastry chef who does not need to learn sophisticated decorating techniques. The recipes also have essential constituents: prep and cooking times, and necessary equipment and tools.

The chapter on sugar work (poured, spun, rock, blown, and pulled) is rarely found, even in professional pastry books. They are quite instructive, but flawed: no safety information (hot, molten sugar at 300 degrees is the most dangerous thing in the kitchen, even more dangerous than deep fry grease, because the sugar sticks to your skin, whereas oil tends to drip off or can be shaken off), glucose (which cannot be found in stores, but you may substitute light corn syrup), and the call for beet sugar or cane sugar cubes (wrong on both counts: always use granulated cane sugar for worked sugar and sculpture).

It has chapters on doughs, bread, meringue and sponge cake bases, sauces and creams, tarts, cold dishes, hot dishes, sherbet, savory hors d'oeuvres, petits fours, picnic cakes, worked sugar, and a brief chapter on culinary sculpture (dry choux, marzipan, royal icing, pastillage, nougatine, chocolate curls, ice bowl).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lost but found 19 janvier 2013
Par barn owl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I used to own this book and lost it in a huge move from another country. I searched Amazon and found it with relative ease and now have it back in my collection. These two brothers have a wealth of knowledge and talent behind them and I am so grateful I can continue to enjoy their recipes.

If you love French food and want to learn more about such simple ways to produce fine food, this is the book for you. It is a hitch hikers guide to food heaven believe me. Their other books are just as remarkable.

The ordering and delivery process was as usual excellent. Thanks team!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Classic cookbook 13 mars 2014
Par M - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This Roux brothers book taught me to bake real pastries. I first read it as a teenager. I knew nothing, and I dived in headfirst. In these pages I learned to make puff pastry, and what pate sablee was. Their lemon tart is a family staple, decades later. I have worked my way from the front to the back of Patisserie, skipping only the fetish section on making figurines out of sugar. It should be a staple in any cook's book collection.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book but pity this is the US version with Cups/Spoons and not grams and ml. 4 juillet 2016
Par MarieMat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
As far as the recipes are concerned, it's a great book. Beware though if you are a beginner baker a lot of the recipes are very very tricky. But they are possible with time and practice. Beware also that this book isn't like the original English version in that it doesn't have gram and ml measures but cup and spoon measures. To me that isn't good enough, pastry is a very precise science and the cup and spoon measures are not precise enough, not for what is mostly French patisserie. If I had known I would not have purchases the book (I only bought it as I leant my old English one to a friend - never lend books, you will rarely get them back!!). For this book, if you want to buy and cook with it, buy the English version and invest in scales and proper volume measures.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 AN IMPORTANT RECIPE BOOK 11 décembre 2012
Par GSH - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
If you are serious about your cooking and want to make scrumptious croissants really good bread and Cherry Clafudis then this is the companion for you. It is very carefully written and extremely accurate.
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