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Lunch in Paris [text (large print)] : a delicious love story, with recipes / Elizabeth Bard.

By: Bard, Elizabeth (Journalist).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Bath] : Windsor/Paragon, 2013Description: 367 pages ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781471317354 (hbk.); 1471317358 (hbk.); 9781471317361 (pbk.).Subject(s): Bard, Elizabeth (Journalist) -- Homes and haunts -- France -- Paris | Bard, Elizabeth (Journalist) -- Marriage | Americans -- France -- Paris -- Biography | Cooking, French | Large type books | Paris (France) -- Social life and customsGenre/Form: Large type books.DDC classification: 944.361084092
Contents:
Coffee, tea, or me -- An affair to remember -- April in Paris -- A birthday celebration -- Pixie dust -- Vocabulary lessons -- Fig fest --The long winter -- Meet the parents -- Family heirlooms -- Big band, smelly cheese -- Family values -- The circle line -- After the fairy tale, the parsnip -- How to make cheesecake in a Pâté pan -- Forever in France -- Ladies who lunch -- Comfort food -- Conquering the world -- When New Yorkers come to visit -- Spring thinking -- A New Year's feast -- Next year in Paris.
Coffee, tea, or me -- An affair to remember -- April in Paris -- A birthday celebration -- Pixie dust -- Vocabulary lessons -- Fig fest --The long winter -- Meet the parents -- Family heirlooms -- Big band, smelly cheese -- Family values -- The circle line -- After the fairy tale, the parsnip -- How to make cheesecake in a Pa¿‚te¿ pan Forever in France -- Ladies who lunch -- Comfort food -- Conquering the world -- When New Yorkers come to visit -- Spring thinking -- A New Year's feast -- Next year in Paris.
Summary: "Tells the story of falling in love with a Frenchman and moving to the world's most romantic city. Elizabeth Bard finds that learning to cook and building a new life have a lot in common."--Publisher's description.
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Tells the story of falling in love with a Frenchman and moving to the world's most romantic city. Elizabeth Bard finds that learning to cook and building a new life have a lot in common.

Originally published: Chichester: Summersdale, 2011.

Coffee, tea, or me -- An affair to remember -- April in Paris -- A birthday celebration -- Pixie dust -- Vocabulary lessons -- Fig fest --The long winter -- Meet the parents -- Family heirlooms -- Big band, smelly cheese -- Family values -- The circle line -- After the fairy tale, the parsnip -- How to make cheesecake in a Pâté pan -- Forever in France -- Ladies who lunch -- Comfort food -- Conquering the world -- When New Yorkers come to visit -- Spring thinking -- A New Year's feast -- Next year in Paris.

Coffee, tea, or me -- An affair to remember -- April in Paris -- A birthday celebration -- Pixie dust -- Vocabulary lessons -- Fig fest --The long winter -- Meet the parents -- Family heirlooms -- Big band, smelly cheese -- Family values -- The circle line -- After the fairy tale, the parsnip -- How to make cheesecake in a Pa¿‚te¿ pan Forever in France -- Ladies who lunch -- Comfort food -- Conquering the world -- When New Yorkers come to visit -- Spring thinking -- A New Year's feast -- Next year in Paris.

"Tells the story of falling in love with a Frenchman and moving to the world's most romantic city. Elizabeth Bard finds that learning to cook and building a new life have a lot in common."--Publisher's description.

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