This undated photo provided by Clarkson Potter/Penguin Random House shows Erin French, owner of The Lost Kitchen restaurant in Freedom, Maine, grilling burgers with an Airstream trailer in the background. French has just come out with a cookbook called "The Lost Kitchen" that tells the remarkable story of her career from a teenager working in her dad's diner to giving dinner parties in her apartment and later in an Airstream, to running a wildly successful 40-seat restaurant in an old mill in a tiny Maine town.
This undated photo provided by Clarkson Potter/Penguin Random House shows Erin French, owner of The Lost Kitchen restaurant in Freedom, Maine, grilling burgers with an Airstream trailer in the background. French has just come out with a cookbook called "The Lost Kitchen" that tells the remarkable story of her career from a teenager working in her dad's diner to giving dinner parties in her apartment and later in an Airstream, to running a wildly successful 40-seat restaurant in an old mill in a tiny Maine town. Nicole Franzen AP
This undated photo provided by Clarkson Potter/Penguin Random House shows Erin French, owner of The Lost Kitchen restaurant in Freedom, Maine, grilling burgers with an Airstream trailer in the background. French has just come out with a cookbook called "The Lost Kitchen" that tells the remarkable story of her career from a teenager working in her dad's diner to giving dinner parties in her apartment and later in an Airstream, to running a wildly successful 40-seat restaurant in an old mill in a tiny Maine town. Nicole Franzen AP

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