Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the olive grove…
On the lookout for the next big thing in food, New York trendspotter Peter Noirelle is drawn into his estranged father’s culinary scam…
Greque-en-Provence, a frightful fusion of French and Greek cuisine aimed at turning a tiny (and none too innocent) Provençal village into a money spinner.
The primal forces of fate, farce and fondue are in the hands of something wickedly funny.
Will anyone swallow it?
‘A polished satire… Bouchet is one of the zany sane in a world with too many cook books’ Sydney Morning Herald
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- Bruno Bouchet, November 2013
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