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A Well-Kept Home: Household Traditions and Simple Secrets from a French Grandmother

19 Ratings: 0.4
a book of French housekeeping secrets by Laura Fronty
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A beautiful book about how to keep home like a French woman.

  • Apr 29, 2008
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I think the subtitle of this is something like "Secrets from a French grandmother" or something like that. It gives all these crazy tips about how to clean everything around your home according to French tradition.  For instance, it says that the best way to clean glasses is to put broken glass in them--who knew?  Bascially, it's what Martha Stewart would write if she were French. 

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