Book Review: We’ve Always Had Paris

We’ve Always Had Paris…And Provence: A Scrapbook of Our Life in France

Patricia and Walter Wells

Who hasn’t dreamt of a life in France. Long mornings, lingering over a frothy cappuccino and the flakiest pain au chocolate. Strolling along the Champs Elysées, an afternoon lollygagging in the left bank, and fabulous meal made from the freshest meats and produce to cap off the day. American’s have and always will be captivated by a life in France, and with Patricia and Walter Well’s New Book We’ve Always Had Paris…And Provence,” we can life out life in France, at least vicariously through the expatriate pair.

Patricia Wells is a well known French culinary expert with many books under her name, and contributor to The International Herald Tribune, Food and Wine, and other culinary magazines. The first chapter starts off with a take from Walter then Patricia. Less “He said, She said.” The two finish stories as lovers finish each other’s sentences, seamlessly. You practically expect to see a picture of the two smooching at the end of each chapter, instead, mouth watering recipes.

Posted by Kathy on May 20th, 2008  |  Comments Off |  Posted in Restaurants, Books to Cook

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