“A pleasant, witty memoir from an American diner owner in France.”
– Kirkus Reviews (starred)
"Eat. Love. Paris. Craig Carlson shares his passion for food and France in this charming, thought-provoking collection of essays. With heart and humor, he shows us the best of America and France, and how we can learn from one another. Whether delving into cultural differences or the challenges and rewards of running a business, Craig is the perfect guide. Let Them Eat Pancakes is a delicious, satisfying dish about following your dreams."
– Janet Skeslien Charles, author of The Paris Library
All the wit and heart of Pancakes in Paris, but even wittier and heartier. Craig Carlson serves up yet another delightful, dizzying account of life in the City of Light. He truly understands the imperfect yet inescapable love of expat life. You root for him on every page.
– Lisa Anselmo, author of My (Part-Time) Paris Life: How Running Away Brought Me Home
"This second helping of stories about the author's life in Paris is as cheering as an all-day American breakfast."
– Stephen Clarke, author of A Year in the Merde and 1000 Years of Annoying the French.
Funny, inspiring, and moving.
– The Huffington Post (Praise for PANCAKES IN PARIS)
“If you are a foodie and Francophile, and if you like rags-to-riches stories, you should curl up on an armchair with a strong cup of coffee and a croissant and tuck into Crag Carlson's memoir. A quintessential American tale, big and brash and filled with charm.”
– Powell's Book Blog (Praise for PANCAKES IN PARIS)
"Hearty and delicious.”
– Jennifer Coburn, author of WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS (Praise for PANCAKES IN PARIS)
"Carlson tells his story with an openness and an ironic sense of humor. A great success story and will inspire readers to never stop trying to achieve their goals."
– Roger S. Christiansen, Director, "Friends" and "Hannah Montana" (Praise for PANCAKES IN PARIS)