For all of you who haven’t heard, Mireille Guiliano, author of French Women Don’t Get Fat, has a brand new book coming out!! The book, called Women, Work, & the Art of Savoir Faire, will be available on October 13, just 5 weeks away!
I have read French Women Don’t Get Fat, at least twice, cover to cover. I also use it quite often as a reference for French cooking, eating, and entertaining (I’m sure you’ve noticed all of my references to the book in my posts!). So, you can understand my excitement when I read that there would be a new book to add to this series.
Guiliano gave us a taste of her French style and lifestyle in French Women Don’t Get Fat and French Women For All Seasons. And, in her new book, we can expect to see Guiliano incorporating similar stories and lessons that she’s learned as girl growing up in France. But, in a creative twist, this book also will showcase her keen professional know-how and secrets of her success as a French business woman. With this in mind, Guiliano’s book aims to help women navigate the working world, live a good live, and savor every minute of it – hmm, I think I’m up to the challenge!
In anticipation and celebration of the book, I decided to treat myself to a brand new (at least new to me) French treat – LU Le Chocolatier biscuits. As I browsed the cookie aisle at our gourmet market, I passed over several shortbread and other plain cookies. But, then I saw Le Chocolatier and couldn’t resist!
The deliciously delicate wafer cookies have layers of chocolate cream and amazing chocolate. They truly are little bites of chocolate goodness. And, they’re even better when enjoyed with a bit of Harney & Sons Paris Tea!
So, here’s to the success of Women, Work, & the Art of Savoir Faire and to many more French treats I may or may not consume while reading the book!
FYI – You can preorder your hardcover book at Amazon right now!