Emily Dilling

Composting in Paris: Neighborhood Gardens & Community Efforts

Once you start composting, you can't go back. Maybe it's the immediate difference you see that composting makes on the amount of waste you throw away each day, maybe it's the excitement of seeing
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Anti-Gaspillage: France Rallies Against Food Waste

While the idea of requesting a doggy bag in a restaurant feels foreign to the French, steps towards reducing food waste are a source of national
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City vs. Country: From Paris to La Loire Valley, Pt I

It had only been a few months since I moved to the French countryside, but my city life already seemed like a distant memory. In exchange for a
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Paris’ Best Butchers and Top-Notch Meat

Shopping for meat in Paris is a great way to discover French specialities and find inspiration for new recipes. French cuisine favors using the
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Happy New Year 2016! A Look Back on HiP Paris: Best of 2015

Steel Cyclewear & Coffeeshop, Jean-Marie Heidinger As 2015 comes to a close, the requisite annual nostalgia is setting in. The past year has
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Aux Deux Cygnes: A Classic Parisian Wine Bar with a Vietnamese Twist

The mold for bars and cafés in Paris largely remains unbroken, especially when it comes to the city's wine bars. That's what makes Aux Deux
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Bistrot Meets Beaujolais: Natural Wines and French Fare at Café de la Nouvelle Mairie

Traditional bistrot fare paired with an extensive list of natural wines make the Café de la Nouvelle Mairie a recommended addition to your Paris
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Le Procope: A Paris Dining Experience with a Side of French History

Le Procope, a restaurant located in the Odéon area, is a perfect example of how Paris is a city of hidden treasures. Founded in 1686, the site
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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
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Ambrym: Sustainable Made-in-France Fashion on the Canal St-Martin

Gabrielle and Marion are the dynamic women behind Ambrym, a French label dedicated to sustainable and locally made fashion. Together they have
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La Louve: Paris’ First Participative Food Coop to Open in the 18ème

Inspired by the American coop model and New York's Park Slope Food Coop, in early 2016 the 18th arrondissement will welcome the opening of La
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Yard: French Fare with a Fresh Twist in the 11ème

“I like the mixture of people here, it's a good sign.” While Yard attracts high profile diners and attention from the fooderati, its focus
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Strolling Paris’ Still-Shifting 11th: rue Popincourt & rue de la Folie-Méricourt

Split only by the busy boulevard Voltaire, the rue de la Folie-Méricourt and rue Popincourt form a bridge between the Oberkampf and Voltaire
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