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The Tapestry of Love – free recipe booklet

Front cover of "The Tapestry of Love" by Rosy ThorntonThe Tapestry of Love by Rosy Thornton is published today, 14 October, in paperback.  I received a review copy in advance and reviewed the novel on our sister site British Expat. The setting for the story is Cévennes in rural France and the characters make the most of nature’s bounty which is freely available to them – wild boar, herbs, mushrooms – as well as all the locally produced food such as goat’s cheese.  And almost everyone makes their own honey.  It’s a gentle novel and one where the reader can easily relate to the characters.  Please do pop over to British Expat and read my full review of it.

To celebrate the paperback publication of the book, Rosy has created a booklet which contains recipes based on food cooked and served by characters in the novel.  You can download the free recipe booklet from the link below.

Recipes from the Cévennes by Rosy Thornton (PDF, 1.3 MB)

I liked the simple wholesome recipes and hope to blog about some of them soon.  If the free recipe booklet whets your appetite to read the novel too, it’s now available on Amazon UK.



The Tapestry of Love

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Rosy Thornton
Paperback, 406 pages
2010, Headline Review
ISBN 978-0-7553-4557-1
RRP: £7.99

9 Responses to “The Tapestry of Love – free recipe booklet”

  1. The Tapestry of Love | BritishExpat

    […] booklet which contains recipes based on food cooked and served by characters in the novel, then pop over to our sister site Not Delia where you are welcome to download the recipes in PDF […]

  2. Christian Gott

    Am so impressed just cannot wait to see, learn more, thank you

  3. Jennie

    Mmm This booklet sounds absolutely delectable ! I cannot wait to try out some of the mouth-watering recipes. For the serious chef.

  4. Mike K-H

    Nice recipes, but what really makes my mouth water is the photo of pain de campagne (sourdough bread) at the end. That’s what I always eat here in the Limousin, but only on elocal bakery makes a decent one.

  5. British Expat Newsletter: October 2010 | BritishExpat

    […] part of the local community. You can read my review of the novel here and download a free copy of recipes cooked and served by the characters in the book from our sister site Not Delia. All you have to do to win is comment on the book review, or the […]

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