Returning to the small village of her childhood, Framboise Dartigen is relieved when no one recognizes her. Decades earlier, during the German occupation, her family was driven away because of a tragedy that still haunts the town.
Framboise has come back to run a little cafe serving the recipes her mother recorded in a scrapbook. But when her cooking receives national attention, her anonymity begins to shatter. Seeking answers, Framboise begins to see that her mother's scrapbook is more than it seems. Hidden among the recipes for crepes and liquors are clues that will lead Framboise to the truth of long ago.