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Stavinsky Fountain in Paris on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Paris, differently

A guest post by Monica Shaw One of my big “achievements” of 2014 was #monthofbirthday. Most of us, including myself until last year, very humbly choose to celebrate our birthdays on one particular day, and if we’re feeling extravagant, maybe for a weekend. But I decided that I would make July all about doing as much as […]

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Mastering the Art of French Eating by Ann Mah on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Mastering the Art of French Eating now in paperback (and a giveaway!)

Some of you might remember how excited I was for my friend Ann‘s book, Mastering the Art of French Eating when it was published late last year. Now I’m excited to let you know that it’s is available in paperback!  It’s the book I recommend to anyone interested in food and France as the one […]

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Baguettes and Eiffel Tower on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Join me in Paris (NEW DATES: July 2015)

Who doesn’t love Paris in the springtime (or anytime for that matter)?  Well now you have the chance to join me in Paris, for seven days from March 8-15th 2015, to experience Paris differently – with the locals! EDITED ON January 17th 2015: We will now be offering this from July 19 – 26 2015! […]

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Canal St Martin tour of Paris with Localers on eatlivetravelwrite.com

A food tour by the Canal St Martin (Paris) with Localers

Many regular readers will know I love taking food tours wherever I go and that food tours in Paris are amongst my favourites! Last summer, I was excited to check out a couple of  newcomers to the Paris walking tour scene – like Localers, whose Paris tour offerings are so varied you’ll want to take […]

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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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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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