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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.
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 4 days ago by MJR
loved the book - always wanted to go to paris and reading the book made paris come to lifePublished 5 days ago by karen l. brooks
Wonderful beach read, especially if you love Paris! The recipes are fantastic and easy!Published 1 month 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 1 month 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 2 months 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 4 months ago by Jessica Anne Winum