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Cookbooks for developing your French cooking skills at home

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French cuisine is still one of the most respected in the world, a byword for standard setting, style, elegance and, of course, exquisite flavours. It is also the foundation on which many other cuisines base their knowledge and development. For many though it can seem too complicated to achieve at home, perhaps other than seemingly simpler dishes like coq au vin or beef bourguignon. But a little knowledge goes a very long way in French cooking and can even help you to transform the simple into the sublime. The resources are the tremendous array of French cookbooks written since the first one ever published in the 14th century.

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The fine art of resistance: a brief bounce through the culinary history of bamboo

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A grass that can grow to 30 metres tall and create frames that are weight-for-weight stronger than steel hardly sounds like the ideal ingredient for delicious food, but bamboo is different. There are over a thousand different species of this frilly grass with a firm, woody stem whose leaves seem to froth in towering abundance throughout Asia’s forests. Yet only a handful have edible shoots that add texture and savoury notes to cuisines from across the region.

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Cambodge Mag has a new look! Now even smarter than ever before…

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Cambodge Mag online — your top resource for smart social, political, cultural and economic news and commentary — has a sharp new look and layout that makes browsing the website an easier, brighter experience.

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Thalias Newsletter July 2018

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Last month held two big events for Thalias. First was the tremendously successful EuroFair at which we joined a wide and diverse array of European companies in a lively demonstration of the potentials for future partnerships and growth. Secondly, we held our staff retreat over three happy song-and-sun-filled days in Sihanoukville. Getting everyone together like this is a great opportunity for all 500 of our staff to get to know each other better, which can only help them to work together better, as a team, as “comrades” who have forged enduring bonds in the hot fires of the hospitality industry, one of the hottest of them all!


Some of our best friendships can be formed at work — that has certainly been the case for me — relationships that may last a lifetime. So this month is dedicated to friendships, no matter where they’re born or who they’re between: neighbours, workers or nations.


Yours sincerely,
Arnaud Darc,
CEO and Chairman Thalias Hospitality Group
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