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There is something very special about being transported back to France through a home cooked meal that incorporates the tastes, smells and...

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how Parisians turn out those delicious croissants, brioche, macarons, crêpes, and other confections, or if you’ve ever wondered...

“Eetz okay,” pronounced the chef in heavily accented English, after I had presented him with my apple tart. It was only my second day...

  Petit Piège au Grand Palais was the smallest gastronomic restaurant ever, perched on a balcony high above the Palais. The Nef Sugar Bar was...

A second floor apartment on the outskirts of Paris is an unlikely place to find a 'gourmet French restaurant'.As unlikely, are its chefs for...

“Eetz okay,” pronounced the chef in heavily accented English, after I had presented him with my apple tart. It was only my second day...

When I tell people that I’m a fan of French cuisine, invariably I hear, “Oh, but all those sauces, it’s so heavy.” Sometimes, I’ll...

Recipe: Pistou ~ Pesto Pesto is a well-known Italian condiment consisting of commercially produced basil, olive oil, garlic and pine nuts. Pistou, its lesser-known cousin used...

When it comes to traveling with your kids, there are two predominant schools of thought, both extreme. The first is the "why on earth...

Let’s imagine two travelers, Julie and Julia, planning a culinary trip to Paris. Both spend hours on online searches and gathering recommendations from trusted...

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...

  Close to the historic city of Reims, barely an hour’s drive or train ride from Paris, is the Champagne producing region of France (purists...