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Never put all your eggs in one bastard

Author: Peta Mathias
Publisher: New Zealand : Random House New Zealand, 2016. ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Funny, passionate, outrageous and honest, this is a memoir about travel, house renovations, food, music, men and change. Peta Mathias has been making major moves in her life since leaving home to train as a nurse. Once qualified, she headed to Canada for six years, then on to live in London, before spending a decade in France, setting up her own restaurant. When she returned to New Zealand, she started writing books  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Staff pick
Named Person: Peta Mathias; Peta Mathias
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peta Mathias
ISBN: 9781775533870 1775533875
OCLC Number: 961834258
Description: 273 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Responsibility: Peta Mathias.

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Funny, passionate, outrageous and honest, this is a memoir about travel, house renovations, food, music, men and change. Peta Mathias has been making major moves in her life since leaving home to train as a nurse. Once qualified, she headed to Canada for six years, then on to live in London, before spending a decade in France, setting up her own restaurant. When she returned to New Zealand, she started writing books and making television series, celebrating her twin passions of food and travel. And she continued to yoyo back to Europe and started leading culinary tours to India, Morocco, Spain and the recurring theme in her life: France. Never ready to settle down, she next decided it was time to sell up her beloved cottage in Auckland and head back over there, to buy and renovate a new home in Uzes. This is her vivacious account of that move and of the many earlier changes in her life. The book explores what she has been running away from or to, the thrills and tribulations of reinventing yourself, as well as her loves for food, music, men and many more besides.

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