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Bowl of David Lebovitz Winter Salad from My Paris Kitchen on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Winter Salad from My Paris Kitchen

I’ve got an exciting new feature coming to French Fridays every second week! From today until, well, I’m finished, I’ll be posting about cooking through David Lebovitz’ My Paris Kitchen along with a group of friends who “met” when we cooked our way through Dorie Greenspan’s Around my French Table from 2010 – 2015.  I’ve […]

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French Fridays: Poulet Rôti

Poulet rôti. THE “fast food” to eat when in France. I mean, when your local market sells chickens like this, it’s hard to resist.. Look at those potatoes, roasting gloriously in the dripping chicken fat. Doesn’t sound so appealing when you put it like that but oh, it’s SO good.  I’m always thankful for the […]

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Piment despelette chips on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: What’s with all the weird French chip flavours?

Without a doubt, some of the most popular photos on my Instagram when I travel to France are of the different flavoured chips (crisps) I sample. Chips? You ask. Seriously! People seem fascinated with all the interesting flavours.  I’m not a big chip eater here in Canada – they are the sort of things that […]

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Macarons de St Emilion in a box on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Macarons de Saint-Emilion

The village of St Emilion in the Gironde department in Aquitaine is perhaps best associated with wine but did you know it’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site? Criterion (iii): The Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion is an outstanding example of an historic vineyard landscape that has survived intact and in activity to the present day. Criterion […]

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French Fridays: How to order coffee in France

Ok, so you’ve navigated the boulangerie, you have your croissants, pains au chocolat and baguette. Whew! Time to sit down and congratulate yourself and plan your day. And if you’re in France, that can surely be done on one of those inviting looking café terraces, over a coffee, right? Sure but do you know how […]

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Epiphany and the galette des rois tradition

It’s January 6th, the feast of Epiphany, celebrating the arrival in Bethlehem of the Three Kings to the visit to the baby Jesus. The Kings give their name to the pastry treat that is widely eaten in France to celebrate this day – la Galette des Rois or King Cake.  I was first introduced to […]

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