Clotilde's Edible Adventures in Paris - Clotilde Dusoulier

My trip to Paris would have been a lot less delicious without Clotilde Dusoulier's handy, expert little guide. In addition to detailed descriptions of favorite restaurants in each arrondissement (recommendations that read like friendly confidences), Clotilde points you to the best markets, grocers and specialty stores. She's also sensitive to a range of budgets and dietary needs. Get pain au chocolat from Eric Kayser and macarons from Pierre Hermè. Indulge with crepes at Breizh Cafe and a prix fixe at Bistro Paul Bert. Picnic at Lutèce after picking up cheese, meats and baguettes from the outdoor market on rue Monge. And when you get home, re-create these meals with recipes from Clotilde's excellent Parisian cooking blog, Chocolate & Zucchini.
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$18.99
ISBN: 9780767926133
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Published: Clarkson Potter - April 22nd, 2008

The Geography of Bliss - Eric Weiner

Where are you most happy? If you can't come up with an answer right away, you aren't alone. Longtime NPR correspondent and lifelong curmudgeon, Eric Weiner attempts to answer that questions for himself in The Geography of Bliss. Weiner visits the happiest, and least happy places on earth, from Iceland to Bhutan, Moldova to the UAE. He asks researchers, artists, gurus and laymen: “Are you happy? Why?” As humorous as it is insightful, this is a book for the optimist and the pessimist, for both the road warrior and the armchair traveler. Read The Geography of Bliss and then ask yourself, where am I most happy? You might be surprised by your answer.
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$18.99
ISBN: 9780446698894
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Published: Twelve - January 5th, 2009

Lucy Knisley - French Milk

This book is part travel memoir, part graphic novel, part photo collection and all fascinating. Knisley chronicles her six-week vacation in Paris with her mother, who is about to turn fifty. Her account is at once amusing, quirky and profound. This is an utterly charming read for any variety of reasons. Just pick it up and flip through it. You'll be immediately captivated.

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$17.99
ISBN: 9781416575344
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Published: Gallery Books - October 14th, 2008

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