Discover the treasures of taste that conceal the capital and its region! Pastry metropolis, winegrower, market gardener, dairy farmer, vintage boiler, Paris has endowed itself with a region and a gourmet heritage of its own. Without forgetting the richness of the terroir of its regions. On the menu, peas from Clamart, asparagus from Argenteuil, watercress from Méréville, peaches from Montreuil, cherries from Montmorency, pears from Groslay, butter from Vanves, bread from Gonesse, poultry from Houdan, ham from Paris, waffles, Paris-Brest , Chantilly cream… All washed down with Suresnes wine, Sèvres beer and a drop of Poissy liqueur! The recipes in this book showcase local products but they also reflect a certain Parisian taste, stylish or canaille, delicate or marked. Some have crossed the centuries, which does not prevent them from finding their place in everyday cooking! No doubt, Le Grand Paris is the world emblem of gastronomy! Sandrine Audegond: She has been immersed in the world of wine since 2003. Buyer for Maison Fauchon then wine merchant before joining a wine estate from Burgundy, she has traveled through many vineyards in France and around the world. Trained as a historian, she enjoys digging through the wine archives in search of nuggets to tell to amateurs. Paris is the most unexpected vineyard she has ever visited! Nathalie Helal: She is a journalist and author of guides, cookbooks and essays on the history of gastronomy. Awarded the Amunategui-Curnonsky Prize Best Gastronomic Journalist, she currently works with several radio and print media, including Le Parisien and History Magazine. A storyteller at heart, she loves above all to pass on to a large audience the hair-raising and gourmet anecdotes that make history the salt. His greatest passion: France and its terroirs.