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Claus: The Art Of Breakfast in Paris

by Amy Feiereisel
Claus: The Art Of Breakfast in Paris

Breakfast in Paris? Even ten years ago, the idea was practically a joke. The French don’t consider breakfast a meal; lunch and dinner are meals. Breakfast is a steaming bowl of coffee and perhaps a pastry or slice of bread smeared with butter and jam. Children might enjoy a piece of fruit or a yogurt,

Eating Out (Well) in Paris: Six Restaurant Gems for the Frugal Foodie

by Amy Feiereisel
Eating Out (Well) in Paris: Six Restaurant Gems for the Frugal Foodie

Good food in Paris is not a tall order. But good food for less than 15 euros? That can be much harder to find, and can make staying in Paris on a budget nearly impossible. This is one reason I love French food markets so much. You can eat well for a fraction of the

What I Miss Most About Paris: the Cafe Gourmande

by Maggie Battista
Cafe Gourmande

It’s no surprise that I generally always miss Paris. I think everyone who appreciates Paris misses Paris, right? Do you? I miss the scent of the grey streets in the early morning after a night of hard rain. I crave the afternoon aromas of freshly baked bread and the imagery of sharply-dressed business men lopping

Learn to Cook in France with The Cook’s Atelier & the Secrets of Their Gariguette Strawberry Tart

by Maggie Battista
Learn to Cook in France: The Cook’s Atelier

I’ve known about The Cook’s Atelier for a long time; their style is just that memorable. Mother and daughter duo Marjorie and Kendall run this cooking school in the tiny (and lovely) city of Beaune, France where they’ve most recently also opened an online shop filled with new and vintage French-inspired finds. These two make

In Maggie’s Kitchen: How My Garden Grows, Summer Sweets, and an Ireland Preview

by Maggie Battista
In Maggie’s Kitchen: How My Garden Grows, Summer Sweets, and an Ireland Preview

Hello friends, I’m so glad to be back home on New England soil. Except for today’s rainy chill, it’s warm and cozy and the soil is basically ready to be planted. Since I spent most of May in Ireland, I only got the garden ready for planting in the last week of May, cutting it

Want to Publish a Book? I’ll Tell You How at The Hello Sessions

by Maggie Battista
Want to Publish a Book? I’ll Tell You How at The Hello Sessions

I just returned from Ireland and wanted to share a quick little love note regarding something that has me so excited. I was invited to share my blog-to-book story at The Hello Sessions, a workshop-based conference designed to help creative entrepreneurs and bloggers find more success. The workshops are designed to give people like you

Breizh Cafe: Experience Brittany Crepes in Paris

by Amy Feiereisel
Experience Crepes at Breizh Cafe

No trip to Paris feels complete to me without a stop at Breizh Cafe, an authentic Bretagne-style creperie in the Marais. I made sure to point Amy toward it’s glowing windows and overflowing plates, and a little something sparkling, naturally. Here’s why it should be on your to-do list, too. ~Maggie Maggie’s first recommendation for

Socca: Chickpea Flour Crepes You Have to Try

by Denise Woodward
Socca – The Chickpea Flour Crepes You Have to Try

My first taste of Socca was in Nice, where the golden triangles are sold at markets and out of stalls on nearly every corner – it’s practically the city’s official snack! A friend and I ate it up within seconds, marveling over the texture and taste, and wondering how to make it at home. Thanks

What We Love: Savory French Recipes

by Amy Feiereisel
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I might have a bit of an obsession with French food (and cafes, and bistros, and markets…). Maybe. That’s why Maggie wanted to spend a little time in Paris this month (via the blog, of course)! We’ve been talking about must-visit eateries in the city, the best outdoor food markets, and a jam shop that

Eat Boutique Guide to 5 Favorite Paris Markets

by Maggie Battista
Eat Boutique Guide to 5 Favorite Paris Markets

There is great food in Paris. Scratch that, there is phenomenal food in Paris. It is, however, sometimes pricey (though not always – stay tuned for our Gourmet Cheap Eats Guide later in the month). One of the best ways to eat well and enjoy the beauty of Paris in the spring and summer is

La Chambre Aux Confitures: The Parisian Jam Shop You Must Visit

by Amy Feiereisel
La Chambre Aux Confitures: The Parisian Jam Shop You Must Visit

When I think of Paris, everything sweet comes to mind. And this new boutique totally dedicated to sweet preserves is now at the top of my list for my next trip. Thanks to Lindsey for encouraging us to get to know La Chambre Aux Confitures, and Amy for all the tasting over there. ~Maggie When

Lost In Cheeseland’s Lindsey Tramuta on Living in Paris, the Food Scene, and Where to Eat in Paris Right Now

by Amy Feiereisel
Lost In Cheeseland’s Lindsey Tramuta on Living in Paris, the Food Scene, and Where to Eat in Paris Right Now

Lindsey Tramuta, founder of the French food & culture blog Lost in Cheeseland, began writing about the joys and frustrations of Paris almost a decade ago. Today, she is a veritable expert on the city of light, and has written for publications like The New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, the Wall Street Journal, and

In Maggie’s Kitchen: Let’s Spend Springtime in Paris

by Maggie Battista
In Maggie’s Kitchen: Let’s Spend Springtime in Paris

I’m in Europe right now, soaking in the rain and the fog and all that greenery from every Irish vista. You were all completely right – it’s gorgeous and everything I ever imagined. It’s actually providing the perfect pause from my hectic food gift life, the cookbook release planning, and a few new projects that

A Taste of History (and Chocolate) in Boston

by Kate H. Knapp
A Taste of History (and Chocolate) in Boston

I’ve lived in Boston for more than 10 years, and I hate to admit that I’ve taken its incredible history for granted. I recently paid a visit to the Old North Church Campus in the North End, and discovered a treasure trove of historical sites and information. In just one block, you can smell and taste a piece of chocolate

Farmhouse Truffles Gift Set in the Eat Boutique Shop

by Maggie Battista
Farmhouse Truffles Gift Set in the Eat Boutique Shop

Sometimes I crave chocolate… really good chocolate. Lately, I’ve been turning to Farmhouse Truffles for my fix. The line of treats are named for the Vermont farmhouse in which Erlé and Eliza LaBounty began making truffles. Today, Farmhouse Truffles makes chocolate-y sweets with no shortcuts and no additives – just pure and intense chocolate. The single

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