Ann Mah on French food, books, and Julia Child

Hello everyone! Today on the podcast it’s Ann Mah, author of the new bestseller The Lost Vintage

We chat about her book, food in France, and Julia Child (plus much, more). 

Listen to the episode below and be sure to subscribe on your favourite podcasting host.

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2 thoughts on “Ann Mah on French food, books, and Julia Child

  1. Hi, Oliver,
    I enjoyed your show with Ann Mah. Her novel sounds fascinating, and her prior French Eating work is on my list.
    One comment, though: your g-mail listener asked about Halloween, and your answer sounded right, but she seemed to have conflated it with La Toussaint (All Saints’ Day), November 1. La Toussaint is un Jour Férié en France, at least according to my research. It is definitely a church holiday although, as in the U S, that doesn’t really mean much to the workaday “civilian” world.
    Then there’s “laCommemoration des Fidèles Défunts,” (All Souls’ Day). But that’s another story.
    Keep up the good work!!

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