Blanchard, Robert 1951–
Blanchard, Robert 1951–
PERSONAL: Born 1951, in Peacham, VT; married; wife's name Melinda (a restaurateur and businessperson); children: Jesse.
CAREER: Restaurateur, businessman, and carpenter. Owner, with wife, Melinda Blanchard, of Blanchard's Restaurant, Anguilla, British West Indies. Host, with Melinda Blanchard, of television shows for the Fine Living Network and Public Broadcasting Service.
AWARDS, HONORS: Blanchard's Restaurant received the Best in Caribbean Award.
WITH MELINDA BLANCHARD
A Trip to the Beach: Living on Island Time in the Caribbean (memoir), Clarkson Potter (New York, NY), 2000.
At Blanchard's Table: A Trip to the Beach Cookbook, photographs by Ben Fink, Clarkson Potter (New York, NY), 2003.
(As Bob Blanchard) Cook What You Love: Simple Flavorful Recipes to Make Again and Again, photographs by Ellen Silverman, Clarkson Potter (New York, NY),2005.
(As Bob Blanchard) Live What You Love: Notes from an Unusual Life (memoir), Sterling Publishing (New York, NY), 2005.
ADAPTATIONS: Books adapted to audio include A Trip to the Beach, Brilliance Audio, 2000.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Blanchard, Robert, and Melinda Blanchard, A Trip to the Beach: Living on Island Time in the Caribbean, Clarkson Potter (New York, NY), 2000.
Blanchard, Bob, and Melinda Blanchard, Live What You Love: Notes from an Unusual Life, Sterling Publishing (New York, NY), 2005.
Booklist, September 1, 2000, Brad Hooper, review of A Trip to the Beach, p. 58; November 1, 2005, Margaret Flanagan, review of Live What You Love, p. 15.
Entertainment Weekly, December 1, 2000, Daneet Steffens, review of A Trip to the Beach, p. 92.
Library Journal, September 1, 2000, Alison Hopkins, review of A Trip to the Beach, p. 238; February 15, 2003, Judith Sutton, review of At Blanchard's Table: A Trip to the Beach Cookbook, p. 164; September 1, 2005, Wendy Lee, review of Live What You Love, p. 163.
People, January 8, 2001, Kim Hubbard, review of A Trip to the Beach, p. 39.
Publishers Weekly, September 4, 2000, review of A Trip to the Beach, p. 94; January 6, 2003, review of At Blanchard's Table, p. 56.
Yankee, October, 2004, Amy Traverso, "From the Farm to the Islands" (interview), p. 95.
Blanchard's Restaurant Web site, http://www.blanchardsrestaurant.com (March 5, 2006).
Live What You Love Web site, http://www.livewhatyoulove.com (March 5, 2006).
Random House Web site, http://www.randomhouse.com/ (March 5, 2006), brief biography of the Blanchards.
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