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To Drink and To Eat

New Edition

Foreword by Nguyen Tran / Illustrated by Guillaume Long

A new multi-course collection of cartoonist Guillaume Long’s famous culinary comic in Le Monde, now equipped with a fresh Foreword by Starry Kitchen and bonus material from the author's archives!

If you want to take your culinary skills from cook to master chef, you’ll need to know a few things. Where can you get not just good, but the best wild garlic? What are the tried-and-true utensils every master chef’s kitchen should have? Which recipe should you have in your back pocket for preparing to perfection at a moment’s notice? What are the best wine pairings for your next dinner party? Aspiring chefs who need new tricks in the kitchen: You’re not alone. Guillaume Long has asked and answered all your culinary questions. 

Guillaume Long was born in 1977 in Geneva, the land of chocolate and cheese. From an early age, he was passionate about cooking and observed his mother in the kitchen. (Though that did not mean his first attempt at bread was well-received.) Long graduated from the fine arts of Saint-Etienne in visual communication in 2002 and won the Töpffer Prize for his comic The Sardines Are Cooked. Since 2009, this fine gourmet is a happy man married to humor, cooking, and comics. Long runs the gastronomic blog hosted by LeMonde.fr cleverly entitled To Drink and To Eat.

Guillaume Long was born in 1977 in Geneva, the land of chocolate and cheese. From an early age, he was passionate about cooking and observed his mother in the kitchen. (Though that did not mean his first attempt at bread was well-received.) Long graduated from the fine arts of Saint-Etienne in visual communication in 2002 and won the Töpffer Prize for his comic The Sardines Are Cooked. Since 2009, this fine gourmet is a happy man married to humor, cooking, and comics. Long runs the gastronomic blog hosted by LeMonde.fr cleverly entitled To Drink and To Eat.

"It’s an unconventional memoir crossed with a cookbook that I heartily recommend for anyone who wishes to expand their culinary horizons."

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