Posts by The Kale Project:

  • From Bikram to Vinyasa Flow: Paris' Best Yoga Studios

    From Bikram to Vinyasa Flow: Paris’ Best Yoga Studios

    Many people will say that the best way to explore Paris is by walking the city. Why go underground to travel if there is so much beauty to take in, from hidden passageways to grand boulevards? But all that walking also means sore feet and tight hamstrings. Luckily, there is now a booming yoga scene in Paris.

  • Fresh Flowers, Produce, and Cold-Press Juices at L’Epicerie Végétale in Paris’ 11ème

    Opened at the end of September, L’Epicerie Végétale is a small, brightly decorated organic shop with a vision to make everything as local and seasonal as possible. Green plants, pots of flowers, and crates of fruits and brightly colored cauliflower lure you in to explore more.

  • HiP Paris blog. My Paris Market Cookbook. French recipes with seasonal ingredients.

    Eating Locally with My Paris Market Cookbook: A Chat with Author Emily Dilling

    Emily Dilling wanted to prove that it is possible to live a more local and sustainable lifestyle in an urban environment. Now five years after launching her blog, she is releasing her first book, My Paris Market Cookbook: A culinary tour of French flavors and seasonal recipes.

  • Featured Farm to Table, Le Timbre 25

    Paris Farm-to-Table Restaurants: Delicious, Local and Fait Maison

    A few months ago, I attended a question and answer session about French food and the fait maison/frozen food question was raised. A few people said, “you just should know where to go.” But without any mandate and as a visitor to Paris, “knowing where to go,” is easier said than done. And for first-time tourists, it’s easy to end up somewhere that is beautifully authentic and appears to be using all fresh ingredients but well, isn’t. Here are five tips to keep you street smart when eating fresh, seasonal and farm-to-table in Paris.

  • Weekend Detox: Paris’ Best Cold-Press Juice Bars

    Cold press juices have finally arrived in the City of Lights. Luckily, there is now more than one place in Paris to partake in a mini-detox. Here are a few spots where you can get a cold-pressed juice in Paris. All are 100% organic and 100% made in Paris by locals.