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Pan fried white fish with pistachio-pesto green beans

The focus for this year’s Food Revolution Day was about sharing the power of cooking, the benefits of cooking from scratch and, ultimately showing people that changing our food choices can make us both healthier and happier.  Instead of one official recipe as there has been in years past, this year, we have a set of […]

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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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So, I’m writing a cookbook!

This post has been months in the making. Literally. Those of you who know me in real life will know that patience is not one of my strong points and that I am terrible at keeping secrets so you’ll understand the enormity of this! So here goes, here are some words I never imagined I’d […]

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David Lebovitz apricot crumble tart from My Paris Kitchen on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Apricot crumble tart from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s Cook the Book Fridays recipe from My Paris Kitchen is a wonderful way to celebrate the summer bounty of apricots here in South West France. After nine days walking the Camino (read my first post about my experience here), I was itching to get back into the soothing routines of the kitchen and […]

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Walking (part of) the Camino de Santiago – questions and answers

(This post is in response to a number of frequent questions people asked as I walked nine days on the Camino in July 2016) 1. What is the Camino de Santiago anyway? The Camino de Santiago (The Way of St James in English) is a network of ancient routes used by pilgrims all over Europe […]

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French Fridays: La brocante

I’m currently walking a portion of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela – follow along on Instagram! For today’s French Friday, I’m sharing a few photos from a recent brocante/ vide-grenier that took place in Nérac (just a stone’s throw from our vacation rental property!). What’s a vide-grenier, I hear you ask? Well for want […]

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