Osez! l'antimanuel de cuisine
de Juliette et Jean-Marie Baudic
Après avoir reçu mi-novembre le Prix La Mazille
au Salon International du Livre Gourmand de Périgueux 2008
Osez! vient de se voir attribuer deux nouveaux prix :
le Grand Prix de la Gastronomie Française (le meilleur livre de cuisine de l'année)
et le Best First Cookbook au Gourmand Awards 2008 Winners Cookbooks France.
hey GUYS I just got an award for my book I am so happy
this is one of the most important awards in france about cooking Books
Osez L antimanuel de cuisine de Juliette Jea
Osez récompensé par le prix La Mazille 2008 du salon du livre de Périgueux
This book has no place in a kitchen! Its purpose is not to provide revenue to reproduce the same dosages to be complied with, culinary irrefutable truths to follow. No, his ambition is to explain. Because the kitchen must, above all, think. The important thing is not whether one tablespoon or a teaspoon of lemon juice, but to understand what the acidity of the latter brings to the d
Jean-Marie Baudic, le patron du Youpala bistrot vient de publier « Osez ! » Cet antimanuel culinaire est richement illustré. Sa recette ? Ne pas en donner...
« Osez ! » Jean-Marie Baudic joue de l'impératif. Invite à la l'audace, à la prise de risque. L'ouvrage qu'il a mitonné pendant plus d'un an vante une cuisine toute à son image : imaginative, patinée des saisons et de l'humeur du moment. Co
Q! Film Festival was founded in 2002 by some freelance journalists.
Over the years, the film festival has grown rapidly. Adding to the film screenings, there are also arts exhibitions, literature events, parties and film workshops. With the support of local cultural institutes as well as foreign ones and embassies, Q! Film Festival is able to showcase films from all over the world.
The festival's mission is to introduce alternative films apart from the main stream ones in the cinema as well as to raise awareness on queer issues. The significant outcome is that "The Human Rights Commission" has added the protection towards queer people in th
Queer film festival to be held Jakarta Aug 8-16, Bali Aug 21-24, Surabaya Oct 14-19
The only queer film festival to be held in a predominantly Muslim country, the Q! Film Festival will be held in the capital city of Jakarta, Bali and Surabaya this year; followed by Bandung and Yogjakarta next year.
First established in Jakarta in 2002, the Q! Film Festival has spread its reach to four other cities: Bali, Surabaya, Bandung and Yogjakarta.
According to organisers, the festival - said to be the only queer film festival to be held in a predominantly Muslim country - has attracted more than 75,000 people and has screened over 500 films in its s