Food

Do or Dinde: A Very French Thanksgiving in Paris

Sofie Dittmann & Back to the Cutting Board This summer, I was rudely awakened by a girl on the Paris Metro wearing American flag knee-highs and a stars & stripes bandana. My stomach turned; I knew something was terribly wrong. I had completely forgotten it was the 4th of July. ccho & lordog When the leaves […]
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Popelini Challenges Macarons As Paris’ Favorite Bite-Size Treat

Carin Olsson Popelini is a little slice of heaven that specializes in something oh so precious…. choux à la crème. I had passed their adorably lit storefronts many a time, thinking to myself, gosh, I’ve got to check this place out… I ...read more
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Tifamade’s Secrets: Homemade Sandwiches, Bike-Delivered in Paris

As an aspiring food writer and someone who puts peanut butter on everything, I often question my relevance in a country of haute gastronomie. But much like Tiffany Iung, I eventually found my niche, retelling traditional culinary tales as an ...read more
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Baking For A Cause in Paris: Sugar Daze Cupcake Shop

Sugar Daze, the former Little Miss Cupcake, has been sweetening everyone’s taste buds for the past 4 years with her smashing, internet-only, cupcake business. Cat is also one of the organizers of the annual Cupcake Camp event in Paris, ...read more
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Le Camion Qui Fume: Recipes From Paris’ Favorite Food Truck

Chef Kristin Frederick’s Le Camion Qui Fume was first in line in the recent food truck brigade to hit Paris. And Paris has not had enough. 2-hour waits, sold out services and tv spots, she has blown up into a local food celebrity. So what is ...read more
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Ten Belles: Paris’ Coffee Pros Strike Again by the Canal St Martin

As I parked my Velib on a rare sunny afternoon in Paris, just steps from the Canal St Martin, I could already tell I was in for a treat.  I made my way up charming rue de la Grange aux Belles to the narrow storefront of Ten Belles, snuggled next ...read more
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End of Summer Recipes: Making Homemade Jam in France

Cristina Lasarte Remember the fable of the ant and the grasshopper? Should we “sing” all summer? Or should we be preparing for the colder months ahead? Summer is the time of sweet, sugary stone fruit… and what better way to capture summer’s ...read more

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Why Visit Paris? For The Chocolate, Of Course

cafepetitgateau There are many different reasons people fall in love with Paris: the art and culture; the beauty and history; the fashion and femme fatales. Moi? I can think of no bigger, better, more divine seductress than the chocolate. Cocoa ...read more
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Avoiding Bad food In Paris: 5 Things You Need To Know

Dinner Series & Mike Fleming I have a friend who travels for the museums, spending each day snapping photos next to ancient art, otherworldly architecture, and every single monument she comes across. All I can say is: pfft. While I adore ...read more
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Top 5 Freaky French Foods We’re Still Scared To Eat

Bone marrow, not on Tory’s list but, maybe it should be? (Roboppy) I consider myself an adventurous eater, and from an early age, I had a French-leaning palate. As soon as I learned to chew solid foods, I began inhaling Roquefort, paté, ...read more
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Puerto Cacao: Socially Minded Chocolate in Paris

Julien Hausherr Yes, more chocolate! Paris does not lack for it. But in a town that boasts everything from over-the-top delicacies to perfectly executed classics, we’re always impressed when a shop manages to distinguish itself from the ...read more
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Vegetarian-friendly Paris: Successfully Navigating the Dining Scene

EverJean Being vegetarian anywhere requires extra effort and planning when it comes to dining out. Being a vegetarian in a place that eats pigeon, adores offal, and extols a head to tail philosophy (that is, Paris) requires Napoleonic ...read more
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Chic French Nibbles: Purple Macarons With a Savory Twist

Cristina Lasarte is the voice behind the gorgeous blog From Buenos Aires to Paris. Her mouthwatering photography and playful recipes, inspired by her Argentinean heritage and her new life in France, keep us coming back to her blog again and ...read more
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