Three years later The Ethnic Paris Cookbook is still going strong and tops the pile here on Gourmand's poster for the Paris Cookbook Fair in March 2011

The book had a very nice posting on a great blog called Just Another American in Paris. Thank you Anne for the review!

Ethnic Eats
I've got a stack of Paris guidebooks on the shelf, some acquired in the giddy months between the news that my husband had actually landed the job in Paris and our arrival, others left to us by departing expats, and still others that I've picked up or been gifted along the way. But none has been as much my faithful companion in the exploration of Paris as this cookbook. Written for North American cooks (using cups and teaspoons for measurement), it's divided into sections for each of regions that has large immigrant groups living in Paris: the Maghreb (Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia), southeast Asia, west Africa and the Caribbean, and the Middle East. Plus there's a section on Japan, not so much because of the huge number of Japanese immigrants here but due to the mutual France-Japan lovefest.

Olivia writes in Publishing Perspectives.....Chew on this!

Paris Cookbook Festival February 12-15, 2010

Come join us at the Paris Cookbook Festival from February 12-15, 2010 at the CENTQUATRE, 104 rue d'Aubervilliers / 5 rue Curial 75019 Paris FRANCE Tél. + 33 (0)1 53 35 50 00

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