• A Feast at the Beach



A Feast at the Beach


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Travel back in time and immerse yourself in the Provence of the late 1960s. Sensitively told, filled with humor, tenderness, and a beautifully descriptive narrative regaling the reader with the tastes and smells of southern France, A Feast at the Beach deftly blends the foods of Provence with stories that will touch your heart — and just may inspire you to rediscover your own joie de vivre.

William Widmaier was born in the United States but spent many a long childhood vacation at his French grandparents’ home in St. Tropez, France. Memories of these times were the foundation for the stories in A Feast at the Beach.

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