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by Colette Rossant

Author: Colette Rossant
Subcategory: Regional & International
Language: English
Publisher: Atria; First Edition edition (March 18, 2003)
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Cooking
Rating: 4.2
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Paris, 1947: Colette Rossant returns to Paris after waiting out World War II in Cairo among her father's Egyptian-Jewish relatives. Return to Paris: A Memoir Paperback – April 20, 2004.

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Paris, 1947: Colette Rossant returns to Paris after waiting out World War II in Cairo among her father's Egyptian-Jewish . Initially, the City of Light seems gray and forbidding to the teenage Colette, especially after her thrill-seeking mother leaves her in the care of her bitter, malaisé grandmother. Yet Paris will prove the place where Colette awakens to her Paris, 1947: Colette Rossant returns to Paris after waiting out World War II in Cairo among her father's Egyptian-Jewish relatives.

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Paris, 1947: Colette Rossant returns to Paris after waiting out World War II in Cairo among her father's Egyptian-Jewish relatives

Paris, 1947: Colette Rossant returns to Paris after waiting out World War II in Cairo among her father's Egyptian-Jewish relatives. Initially, the City of Light seems gray and forbidding to the teenage Colette, especially after her thrill-seeking mother leaves her in the care of her bitter, malaise grandmother. Yet Paris will prove the place where Colette awakens to her senses.

Colette Rossant (born 1932) is a French-American cookbook author, journalist, translator, and restaurateur, who is a member of the Pallache family. Born in Paris, Rossant traveled with her mother to Cairo to live with her father and her father's family during World War II. Her mother spent much of the war in Beirut (part of the French Mandate for Syria and the Lebanon), while her brother Eddy Palacci remained in Paris with their mother's parents.

Paris, 1947: Colette Rossant returns to Paris after waiting out World War II in Cairo among her father's . Taken under the wing of Mademoiselle Georgette, the family chef, she develops a taste and talent for French cooking.

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item 2 Return to Paris: A Memoir with Recipes, Rossant, Colette, Very Good Book -Return to Paris: A Memoir with Recipes, Rossant, Colette, Very Good Book. Colette Rossant is the author of eight cookbooks and a memoir, APRICOTS ON THE NILE which was shortlisted for the Thomas Cook Travel Award and was selected as a Radio 4 Read of the Week. A James Beard nominated journalist,she is a columnist for the Daily News and a contributor to many food and travel magazines. Colette Rossant lives in New York with her husband. Country of Publication.

Colette Rossant is the author of eight cook-books and the memoirs Apricots on the Nile and Return to Paris

The children's cooking school she starts for her daughter's friends turns into a starring role on a PBS television series. As New York magazine's "Underground Gourmet," she hails the city's staggering array of outstanding ethnic cuisine. Colette Rossant is the author of eight cook-books and the memoirs Apricots on the Nile and Return to Paris. A James Beard Award-nominated journalist, she divides her time between New York and France.

We are on our way to Le Havre . The train is going so fast that the landscape is all but a blur. From time to time, I can see a farm in the mist surrounded by a sea of green fields. So begins the marvelous journey of Colette Rossant, just married to an American architect and about to leave France for a new life in the heart of New York City. At first, Colette finds Americans' manners to be as mystifying as their cuisine, but before long, she discovers the myriad charms of her adopted country.

Items related to Return To Paris:a Memoir With Recipes. This is a book for Francophiles and for anyone else who wants to make simple food well. Colette Rossant Return To Paris:a Memoir With Recipes. ISBN 13: 9780753198827. Return To Paris:a Memoir With Recipes.

The author of Memories of a Lost Egypt and several cookbooks recounts how she was placed in the post-World War II home of her bitter Parisian grandmother and how she coped by throwing herself into cooking before her hotelier stepfather took her to accompany his chef scouting tours, in a narrative complemented by regional recipes.