Thursday, July 7, 2011

Lunch in Paris

If My Life in France and A Homemade Life had a book baby, it would be Lunch in Paris by Elizabeth Bard.

Bard tells the story of her move to Paris and marriage to a Frenchman, all prompted by one lunch date in Paris with her husband to be. She doesn't write about food as vividly as Julia Child or Molly Wizenberg. To be honest, I didn't even pay much attention to the recipes that are woven into each chapter. It's still worth reading, though, for a breezy, pleasant story and an interesting look at the ups and downs of being an American in Paris.

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