From Publishers Weekly
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While the book was interesting, it seemed much too self-indulgent in places.
In the book "Lunch In Paris A Love Story with Recipes", Elizabeth recounts falling in love with a Parisian and immersing herself in the world of French cuisine.
Originally read this well written story as an e book, As a bonus, it includes an easy to do recipe with each chapter.
Love this book. Great recipes. I particularly like the trout with tomatoes.
great read, great price.
This review originally ran on CounterPunch, and on the weblog Dandelion Salad as part of a larger article, and is reprinted by permission. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Daniel N. White
I enjoyed the story but did not feel the recipes were needed except when they were described in the story. Recipes seemed random...she is not a chef or cookbook author. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JPH
This book is a light and refreshing read. Our book club read it and we prepared the entire dinner from Elizabeth Bard's recipes found in the book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DEBORAH STEVENSON
Good story, great recipes, have made many dishes and looking forward to many more.Published 4 months ago by William J Marinich
I didn't really enjoy this book. Seems like the author was trying too hardPublished 4 months ago by Tee Gordon
Great story, fun recipes. Was recommended this book by a friend who is a true francophile and she loved the book.Published 5 months ago by Charmaine E. Pooh