|Filed Under:||Lifestyle / Food & Drink|
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|Archived Since:||August 13, 2010|
A terrific little French restaurant with cuisine inspired by the Basque country, in Paris.
A trip to a Parisian market yielded some unexpected surprises this weekend!
Festive and fun! Peppermint stick ice cream with hot fudge sauce is a sure-fire hit - churn up a batch today!
Make these spicy pickled jalapanos at home, with carrots and onions, to perk up your next Mexican feast! Great on burgers, too.
A favorite houseware, cookware and bakeware shop in Paris, La Tresorerie also features French linens, cutlery & kitchware. There's also a great cafe for a quick bite!
A simple recipe for roasted peppers, including bell or chile peppers. A delicious accompaniment to a meal or picnic!
Book party coming up this Friday, October 10th in Brooklyn, New York - stop by and say hi, and get a book signed!
Spicy stir-fried chicken is a fast, easy recipe with the flavors of Thailand - all in one bowl!
One of the best charcuteries in Paris with an amazing selection of hams, terrines & pates. A must-stop in Paris!
A booksigning and meet-up in Paris, this Sunday at Treize...a Baker's Dozen cafe.
A moist, delicious brownie recipe, packed with the flavor of dark chocolate and chocolate chips!
A round-up of books on cooking and dining that I've been reading, and found interesting lately.
Some favorite restaurants & dining spots in New York City. A list of Manhattan and Brooklyn restaurants I visited on a recent trip
Bob's Bake shop makes the best hand-made bagels in Paris. A great cafe where you can dine outside and enjoy pastries!
Tarama is a spread made from fish roe (eggs) that's quick & easy, inspired by Parisian aperitif hour!
The all-new Paris Pastry guide app is here with the best addresses for Paris Bakeries, pastry, chocolate & sweet shops in Paris!
One thing you probably don’t know about me is that I’m half-Chinese. Actually, I’m not officially half-Chinese, but I was unofficially adopted by two Chinese-American sisters, who have told me that I’m Chinese. Being Chinese has a host of advantages, which include learning how to open a métro door without actually touching the knob. And […]
A trip to the Loire, Chablis and Burgundy in France, to eat, visit outdoor markets, sip wine and tour chateaus.
A delicious, simple corn soup recipe with a touch of smokiness & the rich flavor of fresh corn on the cob!
A fabulous summer trip around France, including dining, antiquing, drinking & shopping in Normandy, the Lot, and Gers,