From Dany's childhood in post-war France, to her migration to Australia and rise to culinary success - this is truly a book to devour!
Acclaimed restaurateur Dany Chouet helped shape French cuisine in Australia throughout the 1970s, 80's and 90's through her successful restaurants Upstairs, Au Chabrol, Glenella and Cleopatra.
Now back in south-west France, she and her partner are wooing international customers with gourmet tours and Dany's quintessential country cooking.
In her first book, So French, Dany tells her fascinating life story which is interwoven with more than 60 timeless recipes and complemented by stunning images taken at her home in the south of France.
From traditional garlic and onion soup to hearty salt cod and potato ragout and sweet nectarine and raspberry gratin, browsing through the pages of So French is sure to make your tastebuds tingle and your thoughts travel to provincial France.