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July 08, 2014



Well. It's been in a window of a store I pass regularly when out running. Maybe I will have to acquire YET ANOTHER cookbook?


I've had my eye on this one since it came out. Really enjoy his blog and loved The Sweet Life in Paris. Such an engaging writer :).

Betsy Silverman

Thanks so much Karen for this review! I'm always looking for wonderful cookbooks and love that you have given this one a thumbs up!! I might pass this on to Bob as I have my 50th birthday next week. Grrr!


Should I be embarrassed to admit that I bought the Pioneer Woman cookbook and read it cover to cover? It also has great photographs. Now I sometimes watch the show on the cooking channel, which is basically the only channel the girls and I watch together!

I must assume you have Jerusalem - what a beautiful book that is. I guess I'm off to Barnes and Noble...

Joy Weese Moll (@joyweesemoll)

That does look good! What a fun virtual visit to France wrapped up in a cookbook.

Beth F

I have this on my list. I've always been a fan, but now I can't wait to dive into this.

JoAnn @ Lakeside Musing

I'm reading his earlier book, The Sweet Life in Paris, now and have a feeling I'll want to read this one, too!


I am a regular reader of Leibovitz's blog but have never picked up his books! Naan with cheese sounds yummy. I'll have to check out this book!


I do love baking sweets, but I've never checked out Lebovitz's cookbooks - I'm late to the cookbook game! I shall have to check this one out.

p.s. I reviewed a cookbook from Blogging for Books today too. Maybe I'll get this one next?

Sarah @ Sarah's Book Shelves

I'm not a big lover of French food, but his writing style sounds intriguing!

Laurie C

I've been wanting to read this, even though I'm not really a fan of French cuisine. I'll have to check out the author's blog, too!


I'll have to check out his blog, I'm not a huge fan of French food but I do like to bake.
Thanks for sharing.

Please drop by and see what I am cooking this weekend,
Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out


i know very little about French cooking other than it is often based on a small number of sauces. Thanks for sharing about this author/chef.

Rachel @ The Crispy Cook

A good cook who knows how to write, now that's a great read! I'm on the hunt for this title now.

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