Picnic In Provence: A Memoir With Recipes by Elizabeth BardPicnic In Provence: A Memoir With Recipes by Elizabeth Bard

Picnic In Provence: A Memoir With Recipes

byElizabeth Bard

Paperback | June 7, 2016

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Escape to Provence this summer with the "brave, funny" sequel to Elizabeth Bard's bestsellingLunch in Paris(Diane Johnson).

Ten years ago, New Yorker Elizabeth Bard followed a handsome Frenchman up a spiral staircase to a love nest in the heart of Paris. Now, with a baby on the way, Elizabeth takes another leap of faith with her husband when they move to Provence and open an artisanal ice cream shop. Filled with enticing recipes such as stuffed zucchini flowers, fig tart, and honey-and-thyme ice cream,PICNIC IN PROVENCEis the story of everything that happens after the happily ever after. With wit, humor, and a scoop of wild strawberry sorbet, Bard reminds us that life-in and out of the kitchen-is a rendezvous with the unexpected.
Elizabeth Bard is an American journalist and author based in Provence, France. Her first book,Lunch in Paris: A Love Story with Recipeshas been aNew York Timesand international bestseller, a Barnes & Noble "Discover Great New Writers" pick, and the recipient of the 2010 Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best First Cookbook (USA).
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Title:Picnic In Provence: A Memoir With RecipesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 1 inPublished:June 7, 2016Publisher:Little, Brown And CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0316246174

ISBN - 13:9780316246170

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Liked it A nice memoir (kind of) with lots of food in it.
Date published: 2017-07-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK book Found the book interesting but not the greatest.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the story of Molly, Brandon and Delancey I really enjoyed the book and will now read her first book. I am always interested in the restaurant business. Molly tells a good story of her life and marriage with Brandon and how they built the restaurant and business. I love the recipes that are at the end of each chapter. I also admire that Molly admits that she cannot keep up with the pressures of being a pantry cook. She is now handling more administrative parts of running Delanceys, while Brandon handles the front end of the business. Great to hear that how Brandon spent so much time and research to build the perfect pizza. Delanceys is successful and they have opened a cocktail bar next door and Molly had a baby. Based on the book I have looked at her blog orangette which updates the story from the book including her book tour and her podcast Spilled Milk.
Date published: 2014-06-29

Editorial Reviews

"I love Elizabeth's brave funny forays into French life." --Diane Johnson, author of Le Divorce"A delicious journey through La Belle France...funny, insightful, wicked and wise, and the cherry on top is the delicious recipes." --Jamie Cat Callan, author of French Women Don't Sleep Alone"Talk about the sweet life: Elizabeth Bard's new chapter is filled with love, parenthood and her very own ice cream shop, and she graciously shares the journey with a salty swirl of intelligence and humor." --Amy Thomas, author of Paris, My Sweet"Once again, Elizabeth Bard welcomes us into a fantasy-this time, family life in a charming old house in the south of France. With its sharing of stories and recipes, PICNIC IN PROVENCE is a friendship that deepens with every page." --Suzan Colón, author of Cherries in Winter"With funny, sharp, and insightful writing, not to mention a collection of delectable recipes, Bard reminds us what is important and that nothing's perfect." --Michelle Gable, author of A Paris Apartment"A journey to the true heart and soul of living 'la vie française.' Warm, thoughtful, and beautiful--a memoir to be savored one delicious chapter (and recipe) at a time. From truffle hunting to harvesting saffron, readers will discover that there is way more to France than just Paris. The simple things in life-love and cooking with love-make every struggle and adjustment worth it. Bon app!" --Samantha Vérant, author of Seven Letters from Paris"This book takes delightful twists and turns. Not unlike the winding roads of Provence. Magnifique!" --Janice MacLeod, author of Paris Letters