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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Praise for On Rue Tatin:
‘Enchanting escapism – Nigella Lawson in Peter Mayle-land.' Daily Mail
‘Where many writers merely love France, Susan Loomis knows it – its smells, people and manners…she shows that she is as natural a writer as she is a chef.' New York Times
'Slips down a treat, like Normandy cream – smooth and sweet with a touch of acidity. A pleasure from start to finish.' Daily MailAbout the Author:
Susan Loomis was born in Orlando, Florida. Her childhood was spent moving around the USA and from country to country with her military father. She met and married Michael Loomis, a sculptor, in 1983. They now live on Rue Tatin in Louviers with their two young children.
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