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Paris baker installs first 24-hour baguette dispenser in Paris Dali Wiederhoft BonjourParis France News Paris, August 12—Paris baker Jean-Louis Hecht may have introduced the bakery of...

When I arrive at Gontran Cherrier Artisan Boulanger in Montmartre at 7:00 AM, the bakers have already been in the kitchen for a few...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

Paris comes alive in May with the start of the haute saison for visitors. You have everything from the French Open (Roland Garros) Tennis...

Parisian Pastry Art, Part 1: Paris Past (After reading, see Part II of this story here.) What do the glories of ancient Greece and...

After a week spent in Israel with a great friend as well as chef while dramatic changes reverberated throughout the region, I am...

In France the tradition of serving this frangipane-filled tart can be traced back to the 14th century. A small bean, coin or porcelain fève...

Bread and Roses is a hip, exceptional bakery that you'll find nestled in the tony St.-Honoré neighborhood in Paris, next to Hermès and a...

People mean well, but if one more person asks me how I’m spending my time in Paris, I’m going to scream. It’s wonderful to...

In chef's whites Alain Ducasse welcomed guests to lunch at the Plaza Athénée one day last week. “I've just arrived from The...

After spending the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays in the U.S., I’m really looking forward to returning home. Don’t get me wrong—there is so much...

For Apollonia Poilâne a day without bread is a day without sunshine. And not just any old industrial cotton-wool, but the giant round...