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The calendar that—with a glance—transports Francophiles to the place they’d rather be.
It’s 365 Days in France, the calendar that each month focuses on one city or region and its distinctive landscapes, foods, history, and attractions. There’s Alsace, cheerful with geranium-filled window boxes and cinnamon-scented pastries. Lyon, one of France’s oldest cities and considered its capital of gastronomy. And the glittering beaches and people of the Cote D’Azur and Paris, which always enchant the soul. The calendar features one large photograph at the top of every page and dozens throughout the grids. Susan Loomis’s exquisite text is packed with insider’s secrets, history, and passion—a love letter to France. Printed on FSC-certified paper.
About the Author
Susan Herrmann Loomis is a European-based food writer whose work appears regularly in The New York Times; she also writes a weekly column for Conde Nast's epicurious.com. Her other books include Italian Farmhouse Cookbook, French Farmhouse Cookbook, Farmhouse Cookbook, and Clam Bakes & Fish Fries.