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"The Sharper your Knife, the Less You Cry" by Kathleen Flynn.  A memoir of attending the cordon bleu school in paris by a corporate refugee from Seattle, featuring travelling the city and a luuuurve story thrown in.  I was surprised to see some low rankings on Librarything but I really liked it a lot.  I'd almost put it up against "the making of a chef" by michael ruhlman, and I REALLY loved that book.

Recommended for fans of Paris, cooking, and small scale non smarmy luuuurve stories.  This is the book I wish I had read instead of J&J.

Anyone else got any food writing to recommend?
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