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And,now, French Toast in Chinese and in French! The following is a short excerpt from the chapter on "The French and their Food": This was pre-MacDonald's, when people like my father-in-law still returned home for lunch, a four-course affair. My mother-in-law, used to the preparation of two ample daily repasts, embraced my idea eagerly. We hence proceeded to prepare sandwiches for lunch and serve one to my father-in-law, normally the soul of tolerance.
He gazed at our creation as if it were a strange living creature and upon being informed that you ate The Sandwich with your hands, commented ironically, "Well, why don't we just get down on the floor and throw bones over our shoulders while we're at it? My father-in-law has since died, but tradition holds.
In my belle-famille, a sandwich is not a meal. This anecdote is just one among many in my book French Toast published in January by St. Martin's Press and regularly re-printed since. All these anecdotes are gleaned from real life experiences as the author has lived in France for more than three decades with a French husband and two half-French, half-American children.
She wrote French Toast because she decided it was high time to "tell the tale" of what it's like to LIVE in France with a full-fledged French family as opposed to just passing through as a tourist.
This book was both fun and cathartic and from the comments of many American women who, like her, married Frenchmen, most of her remarks are right on track. One American husband of a French woman even told her that she had written "the mirror image of his life"! Fortunately for her, that person happened to be the Los Angeles Times correspondent in Paris who went on to write a glowing review of the book in the LA Times Style section.