Peter Mayle may have spent a year in Provence, but Harriet Welty Rochefort writes from the experience of living in Paris for more than twenty years. From a small town in Iowa, Harriet did what so many dream of---she picked up her entire life and moved to the City of Lights---permanently. In French Toast, Harriet makes sense of Parisians and their ever-so-French thoughts on food, money, sex, love, marriage, manners, and much, much more.
"French Toast is a gem of a book.... A perennial must-read manifesto for travelers and expats alike." Debra Ollivier, author of Entre Nous
- eBooks : Kobo
- Number of Pages : 0205
- Publisher : Thomas Dunne Books
- Book Format : Paperback
|Brand||St. Martin's Griffin|
|Manufacturer||St. Martin's Griffin|
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