Elizabeth Bard





Elizabeth Bard

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Elizabeth Bard is an American journalist based in Paris. She has written about art, travel and digital culture for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, Wired, Time Out and The Huffington Post. She makes a mean chocolate soufflé.


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Sorry for the trou noir, folks (That's French for black hole).There's no excuse, at least not a21st century one. Where in the name of Marie Antoinette have I been for the last year?You mightremember last June, when I posted this picture and odd little caption on Facebook. "Up at midnight making yellow cherry sorbet..." Some of you thought I was pregnant. That lacks imagination. We simply start... Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 3.65 · 8,741 ratings · 998 reviews · 3 distinct works · Similar authors
Lunch in Paris: A Love Stor...
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Picnic in Provence: A Memoi...
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“They weren't tears of sadness or even tears of joy. I was just overflowing. Like so many things since I'd been here, I didn't yet understand it, but I felt it.”
Elizabeth Bard, Lunch in Paris: A Love Story, with Recipes

“For the record, I'm not an indecisive person, and I'm not a coward. I just have a very detailed imaginary life, and it sometimes takes precedence over what's actually happening around me.”
Elizabeth Bard, Lunch in Paris: A Love Story, with Recipes

“No better way to avoid making a decision than burying yourself in a big fat book.” (p. 105).”
Elizabeth Bard, Lunch in Paris: A Love Story, with Recipes



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