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Maitre Fromager in Paris on Taste of the Marais tour on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Taste of the Marais with Paris by Mouth

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while now, you will know that food tours are something I actively seek out wherever I go. In Paris alone, I’ve taken a fair number of them (you can find them here) and a lot of people wonder why, since I know the city pretty well but […]

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Filling macarons at Gerard Mulot on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Meeting the French: Behind-the-scenes at Gérard Mulot (Paris)

You all know how much I love macarons, right? And if you’ve been reading for a while you’ll know how when I’m in Paris, I have to do multiple macaron taste testings every summer. Oh, and take multiple macaron-making classes too! But the one thing I had not done was go “behind the scenes” of […]

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Fresh produce at La Cuisine Paris Marche Baudoyer class on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Shop and cook with La Cuisine Paris: Marché Baudoyer evening market class

Whenever I travel, some of the first things I seek out in the places I visit are the markets. Especially in a place like Paris, it pays to do your research before you leave so you don’t miss the market days in the various neighbourhoods (you can read about some of my favourite Paris markets […]

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Le Potager du Roi with La Cuisine Paris

Exploring The Potager du Roi at Versailles with La Cuisine Paris

On my last full day in Paris, I was fortunate enough to join a small group from La Cuisine Paris and head out on their new-ish tour of Le Potager du Roi at Versailles. Not your typical Versailles tour, this one doesn’t lead you around the Château at all – rather you are shown something […]

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Tasting time on Context Paris tour on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Baguette to Bistro: Culinary Traditions of Paris (a Context Paris walking tour of the Left Bank)

Those of you who follow this blog will know that one of my favourite things to do when I visit another country (even one I know really well) is to take walking tours, especially those centred around food.  I like the fact that on a tour, you can share your desires to do/ see/ eat […]

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