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Clotilde Dusoulier Edible French
Tasty Expressions and Cultural Bites

The book is a history lesson, a whimsical romp through French culture, a cookbook and a work of art all in one.

Eat your words!
No literally, eat them. They are delicious. especially when sprinkled with the pleasant prose of chef and writer Clotilde Dusoulier.

The prolific blogger of “Chocolate & Zucchini” fame has cooked up “Edible French: Tasty expressions and cultural bites.
The book is a history lesson, a whimsical romp through French culture, a cookbook and a work of art all in one.
Clotilde has mastered the idiosyncracies of her native tongue and translated them in a fun way for the English-language market.
Watercolor illustrations by artist Mélina Josserand complement 50 French idioms relating to food and recipes derived from them.

Join Clotilde to pedal in the sauerkraut, fall into the apples or roll in flour.

This petite book is for Francophiles, Pun-ophiles and amoureux of French cuisine.
It makes for a great coffee table book, but make sure to keep it close to the kitchen since Clotilde also shares some delectable recipes based on her favorite foodie idioms.

Think: an apple tarte fine, French crêpes, flourless lemon soufflés or buttered radishes.
Join Clotilde to pedal in the sauerkraut, fall into the apples or roll in flour. You’ll feel “like a rooster in dough” as you curl up to read every word of this lovely livre. You’ll definitely “have the heart of an artichoke” when it comes to this book, aka fall in love with it at first bite! (and I’m not “telling salads” – it’s true!)

Rebecca Leffler

Rebecca Leffler is a writer, journalist and wellness consultant. She is the author of best-selling French book Green, Glam & Gourmande and follow-up title Green, Glam & Happy. Her book “Très green, très clean, très chic: Eat (and live!) the new French way with plant-based, gluten-free recipes for every season” was released in 2015. Follow Rebecca at Lafleurparisny.com.

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