French Toast

French Toast

An American in Paris Celebrates the Maddening Mysteries of the French

Book - 1999
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Peter Mayle may have spent a year in Provence, but Harriet Welty Rochefort writes from the wise perspective of one who has spent more than twenty years living among the French. From a small town in Iowa to the City of Light, Harriet has done what so many of dream of one day doing-she picked up and moved to France. But it has not been twenty years of fun and games; Harriet has endured her share of cultural bumps, bruises, and psychic adjustments along the way.In French Toast, she shares her hard-earned wisdom and does as much as one woman can to demystify the French. She makes sense of their ever-so-French thoughts on food, money, sex, love, marriage, manners, schools, style, and much more. She investigates such delicate matters as how to eat asparagus, how to approach Parisian women, how to speak to merchants, how to drive, and, most important, how to make a seven-course meal in a silk blouse without an apron! Harriet's first-person account offers both a helpfulreality check and a lot of very funny moments.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1999.
Edition: First U.S. edition.
ISBN: 9780312199784
0312199783
Branch Call Number: 944.36081 R584
Characteristics: viii, 119 pages ; 22 cm

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Jul 19, 2012

Fun and descriptive read of the author's experiences as an American from Iowa living in Paris.

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