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The inspiration behind Three Times a Day is simple: to help improve people’s relationship with food in an unpretentious and accessible way.
Based on their popular food blog boasting 400,000 followers, Trois Fois Par Jour (Three Times a Day) creators Marilou and Alexandre Champagne are now sharing their recipes and photography with the world in a beautiful hardbound cookbook. With a focus on thoughtful eating, Marilou uses her passion for cooking and a knack for creating unique recipes to bestow a lovely collection of meals: from breakfast and brunch, to entrees and desserts. Simple tips and tricks sprinkled throughout advise on cooking techniques and easy ingredient replacements; thoughtful category labels (such as gluten- or lactose-free, quick & easy, vegetarian, indulgent, and gift) help guide the reader to the perfect recipe.
Three Times a Day, with more than 100 recipes combined with beautiful, rustic photography, will beckon to both budding and seasoned cooks, alike.
International pop star Marilou began her singing career in 2001 when she was only eleven years old. At the age of 16 she developed an eating disorder, and years later she started the blog Trois Fois Par Jour (Three Times a Day) as a way of healing and reconnecting with food. Since its launch in 2013, the blog has gained 400,000 followers.
Alexandre Champagne, Marilou’s husband, has partnered with her on the Trois Fois Par Jour project since its launch in 2013. Using her food as his muse, he creates stunning photographs on earthy, rustic backgrounds.
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