On Rue Tatin By Susan Loomis Review

By Gary Keenan


When ever I feel my inspiration for food wading, I pick up this book and read it (about ten times so far)

It is the story of the author and her life in a small French village with her husband and child.

Susan Loomis is a trained chef, cookbook writer and cooking school proprietor she shares her inspiring journey  as she chooses her produce from shopkeepers and markets, sharing over thirty recipes inspired by her surroundings.

This book will make you fall in love with France, its way of life and its food. You will laugh at her encounters and the real characters, and feel the need to start cooking her recipes.

This is not a recipe book, its a book about a way of life, food and the sharing of recipes from generation to generation.


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