A few months ago I told all of you about the terrific book, French Women Don't Get Fat, by Mireille Guiliano. It was an incredibly insightful book about the difference in culture, habit, and way of life between the French and Americans.
I'm currently reading, French Women for All Seasons, the follow-up and an even more insightful book about ways in which you can change your life and view food and still enjoy your favorite treats, no matter how bad they are considered for you, as long as it is in moderation. This book breaks down the year, and food, into the four seasons, it has delicious recipes, great stories about Mireille's life and childhood, and a breakdown of food based on when it is "in season" and ways in which you should view food and your plate.
Have you read this book? What did you think?