Clotilde Dusoulier – Chocolate and Zucchini Larger photo Click on the comments you'd like to print with your recipe. Grayed out comments will not print. Print (Ads will not print.) Top Comments Wendy October 11, 2007 at 2:21 am Couldn’t agree more, Elise! I love her blog. When I read about Paris in Clotilde’s words I feel welcomed. Haven’t bought the cookbook yet. May just do so today! lydia October 11, 2007 at 2:42 am This is absolutely a book to savor, but for me it was a book to read more than a book from which to cook. Perhaps that’s because I know that the ingredients I can get locally will always fall just a bit short of what I might find in Paris! Denise October 11, 2007 at 1:43 pm I just looked at the blog and I LOVE IT!!! Thank you again Elise for pointing me to another great site! You Rock! ;0 Alanna Kellogg October 11, 2007 at 3:14 pm What a lovely tribute, Elise! I can almost ‘hear’ exclamation points, which speaks volumes. PS I second the view that Clotilde’s book is ‘do-able French cooking’ for an American home cook. Jen October 12, 2007 at 4:14 pm I too have adored her blog for some time now. After receiving her book this summer I’ve fallen in love with her whimsical charm and passion for cooking. Is is a stretch to say she’s brought a rebirth of Parisian cooking to Am for younger generations. (Julia Child, Jacques Pepin, or Ina Garten) A book for anyone rather. One of my favorite cookbooks this year by far! sam October 16, 2007 at 11:12 am Well – you think you’re slow – she gave me a copy on the same day and I’ve only had a chance to look at the pictures so far. Too many recipe books, too little time. I must pull it out of the stack and make something from it.