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Caramelized Plum Tarts from Tasting Paris on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make Caramelized Plum Tart from Tasting Paris

Les Petits Chefs are back for term 3! We have a wonderful programme of visiting chefs and field trips lined up this term and I can’t wait to share what we get up to! The first week of any term in club is always a bit unknown for me because team tryouts are still taking […]

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The Paris Effect by Karen Burns on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: The Paris Effect

The book I’m sharing for this week’s French Fridays is one you might want to add to your Spring Break reading list or, if you’re planning that far ahead, perhaps your summer list. I read Karen Burns‘ The Paris Effect in one sitting this past March Break – it’s one of those “I’ll just read […]

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French Fridays: Le Café Gourmand

Those of you who have been reading this blog for a while will know how much I like to “minify” recipes, especially desserts (because, much as I love them, there’s only so many desserts a two-person household can eat!). Given the chance, I’ll always choose a selection of mini desserts over one regular-sized one because […]

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French Fridays: Two books for Francophiles

Love France? Have some Francophiles on your holiday list? Here are a couple of books you might be interested in. A Taste of Paris: A history of the Parisian love affair with food by David Downie Curious about the “Parisian love affair with food and wine“? Downie’s A Taste of Paris (one of the tastiest […]

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French Fridays: Market Day in Vic-Fezensac

Last summer I had the pleasure of visiting the lovely town of Vic-Fezensac in the neighbouring (to the Lot-et-Garonne where Nérac is located) Gers department on market day. Eleanor, my good friend from VivreinFrance who runs market cooking classes (a visit to the market and a cooking class, all en français) invited me to tag […]

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French Fridays: Délicieux – The Recipes of France by Gabriel Gaté

Love classic French recipes? Love gorgeous photos of France? Délicieux : The Recipes of France is for you! Written by Gabriel Gaté, this is a collection of recipes based on his “experiences as a chef, cookery teacher and lover of French food and travel” Gabriel Gâté was born in the Loire Valley in France but […]

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