Système D

Thierry Marx, Mathilde de l'Ecotais

Editions Flammarion - May 2013

With 50 ultra-simple and delicious recipes, Thierry Marx makes great cooking accessible to everyone. Filled with surprising tricks and tips, "System D" shows you how to get the most out of your ingredients, using a minimum of accessories. Whip an egg without a whip, cook with steam in a microwave, perfect poached eggs, every time…"System D" is a treasure trove of innovative ideas to put great cooking within your grasp.

Répertoire de la cuisine innovante

Thierry Marx, Raphael Haumont

Editions Flammarion - 2012

"In short, cooking (while remaining an art) will become scientific, and must submit its (all too frequently empirical) formulas to a method and precision which leaves nothing to chance." 
Auguste Escoffier, The Culinary Guide, 1907
Dive headfirst into the "structure" of food! Chef Thierry Marx, and physicist & chemist Raphaël Haumont invite us to better understand innovative cooking – mastered gourmet cuisine – thanks to their complementary approach to materiel, and the physical and chemical processes at play during its preparation.

Planète Marx

Thierry Marx, Mathilde de l'Ecotais

Editions Minerva – October 2006

Take a full ladle of the sensitivity of an only child. Roll it in gourmet tastes. Marinate for several years, adding various spices, a generous dose of life, travel, and plenty of creativity. Salt lightly with a few tears. Pepper with laughter and emotion. Mix intimately and distribute harmoniously over the pages, among the flamboyant colors and magnificent images of Mathilde de l'Ecotais. Settle in comfortably, and taste with your eyes, your heart… and your tongue.

Easy Marx

Thierry Marx, Mathilde de l'Ecotais

Editions de la Martinière - October 2007

A book of household recipes authored by a star of fine gourmet cuisine. 500 recipes and 1250 photos allow you to see the before (ingredients), and the after (finished dish), with step-by-step guides for the more complicated techniques. Inexpensive, quick (15, 20, or 25 minutes), and easy: 500 recipes in a book as pretty as a pitcher - and it doesn't mind being on the kitchen shelf!

Street Marx

Thierry Marx, Mathilde de l'Ecotais

Editions du Rouergue – October 2011

Manga of images shot from a portable telephone, "Street Marx" follows the adventures of star chef, Thierry Marx in the four cities most famous for their street cuisine: Bangkok, Tokyo, Jerusalem, and New York. A book of travel and cuisine like no other.

Sweet Marx

Thierry Marx, Mathilde de l'Ecotais

Editions du Rouergue – October 2010

For this book, Thierry Marx has created 108 entirely original dessert recipes. Photographed like precious stones, these cookies, soufflés, cakes, ice creams, and other treats are the synthesis of beauty and taste. Finesse, sensitivity, and refined expression - we recognize the talent of a chef who knows not how to repeat, but rather reinvent. From the most baroque to the most purified, these recipes exemplify the basics of a 21st century gourmet dessert, rich in exemplary know how, with unique audacity.

Best of Thierry Marx

Thierry Marx, Mathilde de l'Ecotais

Editions LEC (Les Editions Culinaires) – March 2012

Now you can prepare the greatest recipes of star chef Thierry Marx. With step-by-step, illustrated guides, master all the movements and techniques to prepare the founding recipes of his famous cuisine. Discover the most emblematic dishes, and explore the universe of this master of "cosmopolitan cuisine." 10 recipes, with detailed photos, help you successfully prepare Thierry Marx's most popular dishes.

Daily Marx

Thierry Marx, Sandrine Quétier, Mathilde de l'Ecotais

Editions La Martinière, l'Atelier des saveurs – May 2011

Enter the world of Thierry Marx, thanks to Sandrine Quétier. Personality on French television channel TF1, Sandrine is a young woman of today, and a fan of fine cuisine - even if she does have a hard time telling the difference between a "Jerusalem artichoke" and a parsnip… or what to do with a 2 pounds of chards. Thierry Marks accompanies Sandrine to a supermarket, for an unforgettable session of "culinary shopping." A cart filled with 50 easily accessible products, each used in 2 ultra-simple recipes. 100 super-satisfying, illustrated recipes, anyone can make easily on an average day.

BON !

Thierry Marx, Jean-Michel Cohen

Editions Flammarion – October 2011

Born of the meeting between a great chef and a great nutritionist, this work explains how to eat well, reconciling pleasure and health. With 80 recipes, classed by season, we find pages of nutritional information about the ingredients, and techniques to prepare, conserve and cook them healthily. This book presents every-day cooking: innovative, simple, and mindful of the seasons.