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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 day 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 2 days 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 6 days 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 9 days ago by nfkjdjfjfmd
I hated the author's style. Stopped reading this almost immediately.Published 20 days 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 28 days ago by Bronte Belle
David is a good guy and his life in France and food makes for interesting reading.Published 1 month ago by Trimaniac
A short, quickly read book about Lebovitz's move to Paris and his daily experiences, good and bad, living in this amazing city. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John Paul Sassone