Cook's Illustrated - French Equivallent
I am a big fan of the American magazine Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Kitchen. I love their approach to developing recipes and their in depth reviews of tools and ingrediants. Does anyone know of a magazine published in France that has a similar style and content?
Thanks for your help,
Christopher Kimball has really poured a new mold with CI (I get no $ for this endorsement). I don't know of any French or English mag that does the sort of things he does: identification of odd and old tools, neat tricks and practical help. Why does one need another? I read Regal but it's not the same.
I find him insufferable. His cadre also. Too many goody two shoes for me. Also, I bristle when someone touts his method as "best". At my age, I realize that there are at least a zillion ways to skin a cat.
I subscribe to Regal, Elle a Table and Saveurs, which has little in common with American Saveur. I find the level of description and instruction excellent in each of these.