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The recipes are simple and accessible to readers, but reflect France's culinary sophistication and traditions Ethel and Sara discovered during their childhood summers. Tarte aux Pommes (Apple- Custard tart with Apricot Jam Glaze) Tomates a la Provencal (Oven Roasted Tomatoes with Garlic and Bread Crumbs) Lemon Goat Cheese Cake Grilled Merguez Sausages Poulet Frites (Chicken and French Fries) Roasted Pork Loin with Rosemary and Porcini Mushrooms Isles Flotantes (Soft Meringues in Crème Anglaise) Each chapter of Paris to Provenceis representative of a specific part of Sara and Ethel's summer travels: Road Trips, Farmers Markets, Street Food, Cafes and Bistros, Afternoon Snacks and Meals with Family and Friends. The recipes are drawn from memory of places, foods and ingredients experienced while traveling with their families. With more than 50 recipes to draw from, the book gives readers a range of desserts, side dishes, main dishes and snacks that can be paired together and/or enjoyed individually. Visually, the book is a collection of location photography, ingredients and finished dishes. Sara Remington has captured the wonder and discovery from a child's perspective through her lush, evocative images.
Ethel Brennan is a writer and photography stylist. When she was a child, she and her family lived in Provence, where her parents owned a goat cheese farm. Although her family returned to California while she was still young, most of her childhood summers were spent traveling in France from Paris to the rustic countryside of Provence where her parents kept the farmhouse. She is now based in San Francisco and travels frequently to France with her twin boys and French husband. She is the author of Herbes de Provence, Baby Gifts and co-author of Citrus, Sun Dried Tomatoes, Goat Cheese, A Children’s Kitchen Garden and most recently At the Farmers’ Market with Kids.
Sara Remington is an award-winning food and travel photographer based in San Francisco. She has photographed over 30 cookbooks, including The Blue Chair Jam Cookbook by Rachel Saunders, My Calabria by Rosetta Costantino, The Mozza Cookbook by Nancy Silverton, The Wild Table by Connie Green, Plum Gorgeous by Romney Steele, and Vino Argentino by Laura Catena. She was nominated for a James Beard Award for her photography in The Blue Chair Jam Cookbook and continues to travel the globe shooting for publishing companies, editorials, and advertising. Her work is inspired by the tactile and visual experiences of her childhood road trips in the United States and France.