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Loved the book and recipes, but found the constant disparaging remarks against Parisians annoying and offensive.Published 29 days ago by shopper
I really enjoyed this book. David writes of life in Paris and of the temperament of the French and he brought back so many great memories of my life there in the 1950's. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dee, from Defiance
So much fun to compare stories and discover yet more Parisian inspiration after living in France a year myself. Can't wait to try some of his recipes!Published 1 month ago by Mary B. Patrick
This was light hearted and entertaining, and I would highly recommend it to anyone visiting Paris. It does a superb job of delivering in an delightful way so many of the quirks of... Read morePublished 1 month ago
Both informative and entertaining. He captures the essence of Paris in people and food. Loved the book and his blog as well was very useful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tru Canadian
As an avid reader of Leibovitz's blog, I was rather excited about reading this book. I was heading off for a three-week stay in Paris, and I thought it would be a fun read for the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by nfkjdjfjfmd
I hated the author's style. Stopped reading this almost immediately.Published 1 month ago by P. McIntosh
As usual, David Lebovitz delivers a fine narrative with just as fine recipes. It's really hard to find a great cookbook these days, meaning, well tested, detailed to the right... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bronte Belle
David is a good guy and his life in France and food makes for interesting reading.Published 2 months ago by Trimaniac