Clotilde Dusoulier – Chocolate and Zucchini

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  1. Wendy

    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!

  2. lydia

    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!

  3. Denise

    I just looked at the blog and I LOVE IT!!!
    Thank you again Elise for pointing me to another great site! You Rock! ;0

  4. Alanna Kellogg

    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.

  5. Jen

    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!

  6. sam

    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.