happy pub day to windows on provence!

Et voila! Windows on Provence is now available in bookstores and online. Let Georgeanne Brennan’s evocative essays guide you to the beaches of Nice, the twisting streets of Aix-en-Provence, the 2,000-year-old ruins of Cimiez, and beyond. 

Take a peek at some advance praise for Windows on Provence and kind words about Georgeanne’s work:

“The book is full of colorful photos that capture local moments that really give you a feel for the different towns featured in Windows on Provence.”

Ksenia Skvortsova, Saffron and Honey

Windows on Provence: Musings on the Food, Wine, and Culture of the South of France places us in the capable hands of Georgeanne Brennan—James Beard award winner, cookbook author, culinary journalist, and Provence homeowner. Alongside high-quality photographs, Brennan’s essays explore legendary cities like Nice, Arles, Marseille, and Aix-en-Provence, as well as ancient ruins, markets, wineries, lavender fields, and restaurants.”

Matt Sutherland, Foreword Reviews

“For me, Georgeanne’s magic is her ability to write about something as exotic as truffle etiquette, or the tradition of herding sheep, and have it all makes perfect sense to those of us “off the farm.” Under Georgeanne’s influence, I am inspired to break out of my computer-to-bed-and-back-again routine and go out and forage wild greens, make a cassoulet, soak stale bread in milk or snip herbs from my own potager.”

Steve Sando, Edible Marin & Wine Country

“Like [Julia] Child, she helped make French cuisine more accessible to American cooks.”

Debbie Arrington, Sacramento Bee

Not convinced? Read more about Windows on Provence at

Postcards from Stef · Davis Enterprise · Americans in France · Daily Democrat

or attend one of Georgeanne’s upcoming events at

Avid Reader Davis · Mrs. Dalloway’s Literary & Garden Arts · Sanglier Cellars · Book Passage Corte Madera · and more