Delicious recipes from two chefs who cooked up a community as well as a meal.
Every Friday for a year in a small town tucked into the hillsides south of Paris, Shaheen Peerbhai and Jennie Levitt made a delicious picnic-style meal for their friends, and it grew into a clandestine pop-up restaurant, serving much-anticipated lunches to eighty hungry guests. Soon they moved their picnic club to parks and hidden spots across Paris. In this charmingly illustrated book, Shaheen and Jennie offer a collection of their flavorful recipes, taking inspiration from the diverse cuisines of Paris. You’ll delight in eclectic small plates and sharing platters, abundant tartines, creative drinks, indulgent desserts, and more-to savor and share in your favorite picnic spot or at your dinner table.
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SHAHEEN PEERBHAI is a chef, teacher, and writer who has worked in Mumbai, Paris, and London at establishments ranging from terroir-driven bistros to Michelin three-star restaurants. She has been awarded prestigious scholarships from The Culinary Trust and The James Beard Foundation that turned her cooking school dreams into a reality, sending her to Le Cordon Bleu Paris and London and to Alain Ducasse Education in France. Shaheen teaches baking classes to thousands of enthusiasts and professionals across India and in London, where she lives. She documents her love for