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Hot Sun, Cool Shadow: Savoring the Food, History, and Mystery of the Languedoc (Anglais) Broché – 18 mars 2008
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Book by Angela Murrills
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Must read if you're heading to the Languedoc
27 juillet 2017 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Une personne a trouvé cela utile.
I really enjoyed this book. I am moving to the Languedoc region at the end of the year and it gave me a real feel for the area. I hope that the author will revise and update it on a regular basis. I know I am going to be so disappointed if some of the restaurants she talks about are no longer there or under different management. The recipes she includes seem simple but delicious, and I can't wait to try them myself once I have my own kitchen set up there.
A Mental Dining Vacation in France
12 avril 2013 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have every book that Peter Mayle has written since A Year in Provence. What I find appealing about Mr. Mayle is his humor and character development. His descriptive journeys to the French table opened my eyes to how well the French eat and enjoy life. I only wish that he had more moveable feasts in his books. Fortunately, Hot Sun, Cool Shadow: Savoring the Food, History, and Mystery of the Languedoc fills this culinary void. The book also describes regions of southwest France, an area to which I am only slightly familiar. There are brief moments of humor in HS,CS as well. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and I was sad when I finished reading it in two days. I am still convinced that the French eat better than Americans, and this book only reinforced that fact, and left me hungry for more. The numerous recipes included are a wonderful addition, and their inclusion is like the cherry on top of the ice cream sundae.
9 août 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Une personne a trouvé cela utile.
Excellent! She's a very good writer -- good vocabulary, good descriptions, human interest anecdotes -- entertaining and factual at the same time. Her synopsis of the complicated Cathar uprising is the best I've ever read -- and I've read many. For anyone interested in learning more about the Langue-d'Oc it's well worth reading.
22 mars 2011 - Publié sur Amazon.com
4 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
This was a delightful memoir. The author shares many of my views of the Languedoc and some of my own experiences so I felt as though I was traveling back there with her. She learned much about the history and culture of the place and the only disappointment I had was that she never actually described the home they found nor where it was located...but with Peter Mayle's experience noted, I guess that has some merit from her point of view. I wanted to know though.
Amazing chronicle of life in rural France
22 juin 2009 - Publié sur Amazon.com
19 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
Angela Murrills paints a portrait in words of an incredibly beautiful and ancient land where people live a life much like their ancestors did in small villages in France in the region of Languedoc-Roussillon. It is a fulfilling life centered on family, the land, local cuisine, customs and friends, with the knowledge that their life is full and rewarding while the rest of the world tries to keep up with the frenetic pace of "progress". Almost every sentence is a lovely metaphor, leaving the reader speechless as one imagines the place she is describing. Each chapter ends with a recipe and a sketch of the places she visits. This is a gem of a book. I was sad to finish it. Its beauty is breathtaking.