It’s beautiful and exciting! I am looking forward to seeing the recipe for Salade Nicoise. I have loved it ever since my hus band and I lunched at the French Village at Disney World in the 80′s. Thanks fo he peek!
Looks great! Easy to read, good lay-out, and looking at the photo’s, the pages feel like summer, sunny and light.
For me, being more of a painter than a cook (well, it’s true), it makes me want to try a recipe….. you can take that as a compliment ;-)
Beautiful book, beautiful sketches! Hope it becomes a great succes!!
Let me echo everyone’s comments on how lovely the picture is. You must be very pleased. Are they watercolors? The one you’ve shown us here is perfect. Part of the “romance” of the book will be the tie to the south of France, I think – and the illustrations, if they’re all like this one, really convey that. Just lovely. (The recipe looks great, too, of course!)
hello Meredith & Robin – your book looks just as I knew it would full of lovely things to eat, & a feast for the eye, & the print is easy to read.The pictures are beautiful so
full of life & colour,looking forward to the day it comes in the post .
Congratulations on such a wonderful book – thank you
The pictures remind me a little of Douglas Warner Gorsline’s illustrations of Pride and Prejudice! Wonderfully done. Thank you for making these recipes available! I am looking forward to trying the pesto sauce tomorrow night.