Tarte Tatin: More of la Belle Vie on Rue Tatin

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HarperCollins, 2003 - Cookery, French - 356 pages
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Further adventures on life in a small French town from Susan Loomis, cookery book writer and author of 'On Rue Tatin'. 'On Rue Tatin' was a delightful discovery, and every reader asked for more. The life on Rue Tatin seemed like a dream fulfilled. Now in 'Tarte Tatin', Susan Loomis shares with us how she, her husband and two children settled into life in a small French town, learnt about their neighbours and how to be accepted as inhabitants of the town. With her son going to a French school and her husband finding work in the town, Susan Loomis discovers the joys of the French lifestyle the markets and the food in particular but also some of the difficulties, particularly for those who are not born French. The creation of the long dreamt-of cookery school is a story of great appeal everyone who has ever thought of starting their own small business will enjoy the ups and downs of their enterprise, and long to go to Rue Tatin.

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Review: Tarte Tatin: More of La Belle Vie on Rue Tatin

User Review  - Shirley Anstey - Goodreads

As part of our holiday to Brittany, France, we planned to spend several days in Normandy, so when I spotted Tarte Tatin on the library shelf it seemed a perfect book to take with me to get a flavour ... Read full review

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User Review  - cessie - Goodreads

I always enjoy reading books like this when holidaying in France myself. I love French life and food (!) myself so I like to read what others think about it. more Read full review

About the author (2003)

An internationally recognized journalist & chef, Susan Herrmann Loomis is also the author of six books, including "Farmhouse Cookbook" (more than 90,000 copies sold) & "The Great American Seafood Cookbook" (more than 70,000 copies sold). A regular contributor to national publications such as "The New York Times" & "Gourmet", she lives with her husband & their two children in Louviers, France, where she owns & operates On Rue Tatin, a cooking school.

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