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Lunch in Paris

June 15th, 2010 at 02:10 pm

Besides cooking and eating, reading is a favorite thing to do.

I just finished a new nonfiction tome called ďLunch in ParisĒ by Elizabeth Bard. She talks about going to lunch with this Frenchman and their relationship and marriage and their families and friends while living in Paris. Sheís a New Yorker and she adjusts to living in Paris. She isnít a newbie to Europe, but she discusses how things are done and how she had to learn the culture to understand why.

Iím not a big traveler Ė Iíve never been out of the US, but I enjoy reading about different cities and how people live as told in their own words. This gal loves food and she talks about meals and foods and shopping for them. After each chapter she includes recipes. I felt like I had made a new friend. She has her own blog and the book cover encourages readers to continue the adventure at:

It was a quick and enjoyable read and for a couple of hours I lived through Ms. Bardís eyes. After perusing many of the recipes I think Iím ready to eat!

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