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“Red meat and gin,” said Julia Child when asked the secret to her longevity. The American culinary whiz, credited with mainstreaming French cuisine, died at...

The "C" word has a profound impact. For author Eloisa James, it prompted a move to Paris.  James was diagnosed with cancer in December 2007,...

Almost twenty years ago, American writer, Ina Caro, accompanied frequently by her husband, biographer Robert Caro, combined her love of France, travel and history...

Coquilles, Calva and Crème: Exploring France’s Culinary Heritage, A Love Affair with Real French Food is a nutritious, delicious stew of a book. A...

In May, my friend Anna visits Paris for the first time.As a former temporary resident, she asked me for recommendations. In typical French fashion,...

“No iron can strike the heart with as much force as a period in exactly the right place.” Isaac Babel wrote that. The sentence appears...

It is probably safe to say that anyone raised Catholic knows about the Way of St. James. I was not raised Catholic, but I...

The streets of Paris honor its history and its heroes. Walking through the 12th arrondissement, you may pass the Place Moussa et Odette Abadi,...

As an incorrigible lover of almost everything French, I can't seem to pass by any book about the country.  I am seduced by its...

  In the book, Cazals’ mouthwatering images of macarons, truffles, pastries and tarts are as tempting as the real thing and they're calorie free! “So what...

A Review of Paris, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down, by Rosecrans Baldwin Rosecrans Baldwin has written a funny book with the arc...

Last time I checked, which was, in fact, a few minutes ago, the median age of the French population is just a few...