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A Week in David Lebovitz's Paris Kitchen

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All week long David Lebovitz -- professional cook, baker, and blogger -- has been sharing recipes from his new book, My Paris Kitchen. It's the last day to win one of six copies we're giving away -- 

Today: We're not ready to say au revoir to the week of food from the city of lights. So we're looking back at the French recipes David has been sharing all week.


This week, David Lebovitz transported us to Paris with recipes from his new cookbook, My Paris Kitchen: Recipes and StoriesHe showed us how to make a bistro classic at home -- and the proper, Parisian way to arrange our market vegetables (très chic, indeed). And, though the French rarely over-indulge, David admitted that it's nearly impossible for his favorite chicken recipe to yield more than one serving when he's around. The pièce de résistance? Individual chocolate cakes that look so good, we're looking for flights to France as we speak. We wish there were more recipes on their way to Food52 -- but, as they say, we'll always have Paris (and David's kitchen).

Steak with Mustard Butter and French Fries

Leeks with Mustard-Bacon Vinaigrette 

Chicken Lady Chicken (or Poulet Crapaudine Façon)

Individual Chocolate Cakes with Dulce de Leche and Fleur de Sel


Ten Speed

We're giving away a little piece of Paris every day this week, thanks to Ten Speed Press! To enter to win today's copy of My Paris Kitchen, tell us in the comments: Do you have a favorite meal that's too good to share? We'll pick six winners at random today, Friday, May 2nd!

Photos excerpted from the book My Paris Kitchen by David Lebovitz. © 2014 by David Lebovitz. Reprinted by permission of Ten Speed Press. All rights reserved.

Tags: david lebovitz, chocolate cake, steak frites, leeks, chicken, my paris kitchen

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