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Galette des rois from In the French kitchen with kids on eatlivetravelwrite.com

C’est l’Epiphanie!

Today, January 6th is the feast of Epiphany, celebrating the arrival in Bethlehem of the Three Kings on their visit to the baby Jesus. The Kings give their name to the delicous treat that is widely eaten in France to celebrate this day – la Galette des Rois or le Gâteau des Rois. I was […]

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Cook the Book Fridays David Lebovitz Christmas Cake Bûche de Noël on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Bûche de Noël from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s recipe for Cook the Book Fridays from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen was a classic French holiday dessert – Bûche de Noël. David’s recipe makes a massive cake so I halved it, making enough for around 6-8 (which was shared between lucky neighbours last weekend!). I’ve made a Bûche de Noël once before […]

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Comte wafers from My Paris Kitchen on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Comté and Ham Wafers from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s recipe for Cook the Book Fridays from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen was a lovely little cocktail cookie which i served at our Shine For Shelterbox charity fundraiser last week. I left out the ham to make them vegetarian and used a sharp Manchego cheese (I did have comte but I ate it […]

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Ratatouille with baked eggs

This post is produced in partnership with Le Creuset Canada T’is the season for entertaining, right? Whilst I love evening events, I’m also a huge fan of more casual get togethers like a holiday brunch for friends. With this in mind, when Le Creuset Canada  asked me to select a couple of pieces to work with […]

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French Fridays: Three books for Francophiles for the holidays

Who doesn’t love Fall cookbook release season? This one was particularly bountiful – there were SO many great titles that came out and and my living room coffee table AND my dining room table are both groaning under the weight of all my new books that I am slowly making my way through – easier […]

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Champagne taste but not a champagne budget? An exploration of France’s crémant wines

Source: Claude PIARD [CC BY-SA 4.0], de Wikimedia Commons This is a guest post written by Neil Phillips and participates in Saturday’s #winophiles Twitter chat (see below for details!) The end of year approaches, which for many bring on the season of celebration and parties – and a time to say thanks to friends and family.  […]

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