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French Lessons Adventures with Knife Fork and Corkscrew

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A delightful delicious and best selling account of the gustatory pleasures to be found throughout France from the beloved author of A Year in ProvenceThe French celebrate food and drink than any other people and Peter Mayle shows us just how contagious their enthusiasm can be We vis. Peter Mayle might even convince readers who have no interest in France and are perfectly happy with a burger or a pizza to yearn for the countryside of France and their ability to turn the most mundane of foods into a sublime meal My husband and I listened to the book again on our recent trip up to San Francisco and were once charmed and filled with laughter at the antics of the narrator in attempting to discover the magic relationship these people df Provence have with the food of their region So while our first stop on the road was In'n Out burgers a relic of our high school years our stop in the city was Chez Pannise in Berkeley by which time we were really channeling Peter Mayle and French cuisine Himig Ng Sinag: MGA Piling Tula us just how contagious their enthusiasm can be We vis. Peter Mayle might even convince readers who have no interest in France and are perfectly happy with a burger or a pizza to yearn for the countryside of France and their ability to turn the most mundane of foods into a sublime meal My husband and I listened to the book again on our recent trip The Test up to San Francisco and were once charmed and filled with laughter at the antics of the narrator in attempting to discover the magic relationship these people df Provence have with the food of their region So while our first stop on the road was In'n Out burgers a relic of our high school years our stop in the city was Chez Pannise in Berkeley by which time we were really channeling Peter Mayle and French cuisine

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Ic mass in the village of Richerenches a sacred event at which thanks are given for the aromatic mysterious and breathtakingly expensive black truffle With Mayle as our charming guide we come away satisfied if a little hungry and with a sudden desire to book a flight to France at on. 25 starsThe author writes about food and wine in France I think I received this via a “white elephant swap” a while back I’m not a foodie and I’m sure someone who appreciates food particularly French food would get much out of this I found most of the food he discussed uite disgusting I also don’t drink alcohol including wine though I think there was only one chapter on wine maybe two At the same time he actually is an engaging writer And there were a couple chapters near the end that didn’t talk about food that I found interesting – one was about food critics and travel guide ratings and one was an entertaining chapter as the author and his wife stayed at a spa for a few days Dahlia Black: A Novel uite disgusting I also don’t drink alcohol including wine though I think there was only one chapter on wine maybe two At the same time he actually is an engaging writer And there were a couple chapters near the end that didn’t talk about food that I found interesting – one was about food critics and travel guide ratings and one was an entertaining chapter as the author and his wife stayed at a spa for a few days

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It the Foire aux Escargots We attend a truly French marathon where the beverage of choice is Chteau Lafite Rothschild rather than Gatorade We search out the most pungent cheese in France and eavesdrop on a heated debate on the perfect way to prepare an omelet We even attend a Cathol. The author Maybe goes around to some regional food events around France frogs snails wine chicken etc There seems to be a celebration of every spectrum of French culinary delights While I would have appreciated it most from an American I enjoyed the French perspective from an Anglo Saxon Englishmen He also compares and contrasts the English with the French uite a bit too which I thought was interesting For example at one point he describes english cuisine as stodgy which was a big payoff for me from watch the British Baking Show Insights into the French food culture and psyche helped me to understand the world a little better as the French especially French cuisine have so much influence over western culture For example look a the menu from any given western restaurant in the world and you will see traces of a French heritage One critiue is he gets a little excited w French phrases scattered throughout the book and most of them I couldn't understand