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Provence to Pondicherry, by Tessa Kiros. Photo: Quadrille The celebration of cooks on Guadelupe. The celebration of cooks on Guadelupe. Photo: Manos Chatzikonstantis Guadeloupe Grilled fish and Langostines with Chien Sauce. Guadeloupe Grilled fish and Langostines with Chien Sauce. Photo: Manos Chatzikonstantis Travel Books: French cuisine from Provence to Pondicherry 1/4 Back to Gallery It would be easy enough to write a French recipe book and stick to the traditions and innovations of Paris, Lyon and Provence. So in her book Provence to Pondicherry (Quadrille, 287 pages, $35) author Tessa Kiros follows the threads of French cuisine out to the countries and cultures of Frances colonial empire, past and present, from Guadeloupe to Vietnam to La Reunion. Going beyond just recipes, Kiros begins each chapter writing about the destination, establishing a strong sense of place and explaining how the cuisines and ingredients of each make up a tapestry so richly intertwined from so many traditions and cultures around the world. Here are a few small bites from the book. Spud Hilton, firstname.lastname@example.org La Reunion We swirl on towards the ancient, extinct volcano with its open crater in the middle like a switched-off oven on the moon.