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On Rue Tatin: Living and Cooking in a French Town

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A book by Susan Herrmann Loomis

It has been said that food defines a culture. For the French, food is an integral part of their coveted tradition, and Susan Herrmann Loomis's new bookOn Rue Tatinembraces both. As a young, recent American college graduate, Loomis left the U.S. for France … see full wiki

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Author: Susan Herrmann Loomis
Publisher: Broadway
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Almost as good as being there

  • Jun 20, 2001
OK, so the literary world is full of the adventures of intrepid souls who live their lives in foreign countries and then write a book about it. And aren't we grateful for it! Susam Loomis does a lovely job of sharing the trials and tribulations of buying and renovating her home in France, and even her occasional cooking mishaps are enjoyable.

What I enjoy about this book is that Susan has a young child, and this offers a slightly different perspective to other books in this genre (Peter Mayle's "A Year in Provence" being the most memorable). As well we have the usual recipes, all sounding delicious, and the day to day amsements and disasters that beset her, all adding up to an enchanting book.

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