London: Pavilion, 1995. Hardback First edition 9.25" x 6". 335pp. Orange cloth, in dust jacket. Fine condition; fine jacket. Lulu [Peyraud], considered by many as the "Mother" of French bourgeois cooking. A chatty memoir of food and dining with Lulu Peyraud and her husband, Lucien, who own and operate the Domaine Tempier Vineyard. (Inventory #: 26186)
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