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Completed mille feuille at La Cuisine Paris on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Learning to make mille feuille at La Cuisine Paris

It started with butter. A lot of butter… After a few summers of taking classes at La Cuisine Paris, I’m never surprised to see how much butter is used in their baking classes. Because all great pastries begin with butter, right? What is amusing, however, is watching other people’s reactions to the amount of butter […]

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Strawberry and banana yoghurt pops on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Food Revolution Ambassador monthly challenge for August 2014: yoghurt pops

For many of you reading in Canada, it’s the final week of school summer holidays. For many of you reading in the US, school has already started up again. And those of you reading in the Southern Hemisphere are just going about your regular business, looking forward to spring and summer. It’s hard to choose […]

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Dorie Greenspan Couscous Salad from Around my French Table on French Fridays with Dorie on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays with Dorie: Couscous salad

This week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe was exactly what we needed to help ease us back into life in Toronto (for me, after nearly 8 weeks in France!). In fact some form of couscous salad is a staple in my French fridge, along with grated carrot salad and céleri rémoulade) but these tend to […]

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Peanut butter overnight thick cut oats with berries and seeds on eatlivetravelwrite.com

What’s cooking? Overnight oats

Wait, what? Where did the summer go?  I know, I know, I was away for the vast majority of the time and even though it was a LONG stay in France this summer, it feels like it went by in a flash.  So, next week I am back to school for planning week. Then, in […]

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Herbs in market on Context Aligre market tour on eatlivetravelwrite.com

A tour of the Marché d’Aligre (Paris) with Context Paris

Longtime readers won’t be surprised to see another Paris food tour here on the blog – many of you know food tours are something I actively seek out wherever I go.  I’m a huge fan of Context tours because they offer something a little different – claiming to be “committed to the character of the city”, […]

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