For the late French chef Roger Vergé, it is all about the ingredients, as laid out in his 1986 book, Roger Verge’s Entertaining in the French Style. Photo: Handout
For the late French chef Roger Vergé, it is all about the ingredients, as laid out in his 1986 book, Roger Verge’s Entertaining in the French Style. Photo: Handout

Chef Roger Vergé’s cookbook has French recipes suitable for all abilities

  • A proponent of lighter nouvelle cuisine dishes, Vergé’s recipes are divided into menus – some easy, others more difficult
  • ‘The successful realisation of a menu depends on intelli­gent shopping – unless you are lucky enough to have a garden,” he wrote

Topic |   Food and Drinks
For the late French chef Roger Vergé, it is all about the ingredients, as laid out in his 1986 book, Roger Verge’s Entertaining in the French Style. Photo: Handout
For the late French chef Roger Vergé, it is all about the ingredients, as laid out in his 1986 book, Roger Verge’s Entertaining in the French Style. Photo: Handout
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