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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.
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 10 days 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 23 days ago by DEBORAH STEVENSON
Good story, great recipes, have made many dishes and looking forward to many more.Published 3 months ago by William J Marinich
I didn't really enjoy this book. Seems like the author was trying too hardPublished 3 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 4 months ago by Charmaine E. Pooh
Recipes .....can't wait to try. I was in Paris this summer and our apt was in the same area, so the book was like living a memory. Her writing just drew me in. Loved this book!Published 5 months ago by Carol
This was a nice story about a woman's journey to find her family and herself in a foreign country. It is a sweet story if a loving family. The recipes are a great addition.Published 5 months ago by MJR