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Reading David Lebovitz The Sweet Life in Paris was like reading a letter from a friend telling me his wonderful experience while visiting such a fantastic city besides letting me... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Olga Ruf
Great book! Well written, easy reading, lots of French recipes and engaging writing. I highly recommend this book. Read morePublished 1 day ago by at work
This is a funny book. If you've spent a bit of time in Paris, you'll laugh at the right on the money descriptions & depictions. On the one hand. Read morePublished 18 days ago by David L. Flaat
LOVE that this is a great read in addition to a cookbook. Its something I can sit down and read without having too cook, and it tells a lovely story (very Julia Childs'esque).Published 19 days ago by Sonia G
I already own this book and enjoyed it so much that I had to buy it for a friend. David's experiences are entertaining, quirky and enlightening. Read morePublished 22 days ago by S. Hall
Great descriptions of the good sweet spots in Paris. I am using it on my next trip.Published 22 days ago by Muffy
I thoroughly enjoyed the recipes and all the anecdotes of David's time in Paris. I recommend to anyone interested in France.Published 1 month ago by Carolyne Hall
I follow David's blog, and his book is amazing. I recommend it. French culture seen by an american pastry chef.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
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|Does it have a recipe for Creme Brulee in it?||
Crème Brulee? You can get that recipe ANYWHERE! My goodness, look around you at all of the best (French?) Chefs' stuff that is already on-line or in a cookbook that you can find here on Amazon. That's a simple one. You need to be more adventurous!
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