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Saumon au beurre blanc ~ Salmon with Beurre Blanc Sauce This is a quick variation of beurre blanc sauce, perfect for your first try or...

Hugo: Neither Fig Nor Grape Hugo (Hugo Cabret in France) is American cinema’s latest valentine to Paris. Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris won over...

Galette des Rois ~ Cake of the Kings The French tradition of serving this frangipane-filled tart on the Twelfth Day of Christmas or Epiphany Day...

“All for one and one for all!” On the road to Pays d’Artagnan As you drive through the remote, southwestern French countryside, down narrow plane...

Vendors sell hot chestnuts on Paris streets, an autumn tradition. Photo by Jacqui Guglielmino On every street corner in the busy areas of Paris vendors...

Cathèdrale Notre-Dame de Chartres. The Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres (Our Lady of Chartres Cathedral) is one of the largest cathedrals in France. It is a...

Dedicated France shoppers know the French government dictates when the biannual sales are held. The winter sales generally begin on the second Wednesday of...

Polisse: City of Light—The Dark Side Americans might wonder about a French movie that wants to recreate the urban grit of Michael Mann’s thrillers or TV...

French smoked salmon in chopped herb lemon dressing During a visit to Quiberon, I found the Zone Artisanale (ZA) tucked away behind an ancient cemetery....

Each quarter of Paris has its own personality and charm but there's something luxurious about this area. It’s chic, historical and architecturally splendid. How...

The news from France is rarely dull these days. Could there be a full moon? Politics With Dominique Strauss-Kahn out of the running for the French...

There’s the Paris bar scene and then there’s the bar scene. Some people want to rock and roll and dance into the wee hours...