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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.
Wonderful beach read, especially if you love Paris! The recipes are fantastic and easy!Published 23 days ago by Miranda N. Harbin
I had hoped to savor the poignant story of a young woman trying to make her way on a foreign country and instead found myself wishing she would just shut up. Read morePublished 25 days ago by gtvgurl
Fun story with great recipes. One recipe is for profiteroles, chocolate profiteroles!Published 1 month ago by Linda E. Jacobs
Light and easy to read. Gives interesting details about living in ParisPublished 1 month ago by Agnes Galvin
Having lived in Paris for three years (though many years ago) I found Elizabeth Bard's "Lunch in Paris" a delightful read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by drewsmom
Captures the difficulties and thrills of navigating a new culture in an inspiring and insightful way. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jessica Anne Winum
This is a great true story!
Elizabeth tells the story of how she meets her husband, Gwendal. Read more
Beautifully written.. Enjoyed every minute of the book. I am excited to try some of the recipes, although I doubt they will be as good, but makes me feel like I'll be taking part... Read morePublished 5 months ago by tripper