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Armagnac, a primer (for #Winophiles)

This is a guest post written by Neil Phillips and participates in today’s Winophiles Twitter chat which is all about Southwest France and the wines from this region! See below for more details! Armagnac, Cognac, Brandy – what’s in a name? Southwest France produces two well-known brandies.  While Cognac is certainly the more famous, it […]

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French Fridays: My Good Life in France

As soon as I saw this promo for Janine Marsh’s debut novel My Good Life in France, I knew I had to get my hands on a copy!  I was familiar with Janine from The Good Life France website and Magazine but I hadn’t realised her move to France had been accidental. On a day […]

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French Fridays: A day in The New Paris with Lindsey Tramuta

I’m not sure exactly how I came across Lindsey Tramuta on social media but I remember following her on Twitter way back in early 2011 and thinking how she was living a life similar to one I’d probably have lived had I moved to Paris 15 years later than I did. She and I had […]

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Win a copy of The New Paris (Canada) (CLOSED)

Win a copy of Lindsey Tramuta’s The New Paris (Canada)! I’m giving away a copy of my friend Lindsey’s book The New Paris (I wrote about it here) to give away to a lucky reader with a Canadian address. To enter, click here to read about a day in The New Paris and come back to […]

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French Fridays: Coffee crème brûlée from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s Cook the Book Fridays recipe from David Lebovitz’ My Paris Kitchen is a twist on a French classic – a coffee flavoured crème brûlée. I was interested in making thes,e particularly because some of the desserts I worked hardest on developing for my own book (and stressed the most about!) were custard-type desserts. […]

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Lonely Planet Kids: First Words (French) and Pop up Paris

As a food and travel writer, I get a lot of cookbooks and guide books sent to me. Teachers, on the other hand (my day job) don’t tend to receive d lot of review copies of books though. So it’s always exciting when a publisher contacts me with books that might interest my students (and, […]

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