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French Fridays: 24 hours in Paris

NEWSFLASH! This entry made the top 10 in the Accor Hotel’s “24 Hours” Blogger Contest! Click here to vote for this entry! Regular readers will know I’m deeply immersed in recipe development for my very first cookbook right now. It’s a lot of work (on top of my full-time job and blogging) but I seem […]

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French Fridays: A visit to Les Halles Paul Bocuse in Lyon

This past summer, I was fortunate enough to spend a couple of days in Lyon where, of course, one of the first things I did when I arrived was head to Les Halles de Lyon – Paul Bocuse, a true food-lover’s mecca. I was staying with the wonderful Lucy Vanel of Plum Lyon along with […]

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French Fridays (Book review): My part-time Paris life

Admit it, you’ve dreamed of leaving behind your everyday life and moving to France (or Italy, or the Caribbean or… fill in the blanks!). Haven’t we all? But for most of us, it’s just not feasible to up and completely leave one’s life, job, family, house etc and start again in another country. It’s why […]

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French Fridays: Gascony, the other South of France

Those of you who have been following along on this blog for a while now will know that Neil and I own a house in France that we rent as a vacation rental property. I’ve written before about why we chose the town in the South West (Nérac) that we did and it seems incredible […]

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A wander through the Marché Victor Hugo (Toulouse)

Travelling home from Nérac last week, we were offered the chance to check out Toulouse thanks to our friends at Expedia.ca.   “Toulouse?” I hear you say… “Isn’t that just over an hour from Nérac? Haven’t you been there before in all the trips you’ve taken over the past few years setting up the house?”  Well, […]

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French Fridays: Saturday morning market in Nérac

I’m en route home via a couple of days in Toulouse (eh oui, the holidays are coming to an end – there is work to resume in a few weeks and, well, a cookbook to write!) so for French Fridays today I wanted to share something that’s been a big part of my summer. At […]

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