Mastering the Art of French Eating: Lessons in Food and Love from a Year in Paris by Ann Mah I’m currently working my way through the Julia Child memoir of living in Paris. I seem to be on a Paris book-kick at the moment. (Julia Child, David Lebovitz, Laura Florand and Lauren Willig, to name… Continue reading Review: Mastering the Art of French Eating: Lessons in Food and Love from a Year in Paris
Last summer, when I was in Paris with my sister, we took the train to Versailles. Although the sheer magnitude of the palace, such as the mirrors and chandeliers in the picture below, is undeniable, there were something else that also caught my attention. Like my 90 year old grandmother, I’m a chocoholic. There is… Continue reading Ah, the memories
There is something utterly peaceful about finding a quay down by the Seine, in the summer, when it starts to get dark in the evening. And then, “magically” at nine, the Eiffel Tower starts lighting up. And despite having just been to Disneyland Paris – this feels like the real magic.
When I was in London two weeks ago, I had a fantastic chocolate fondant at Côte Brasserie in Westbourne Grove. (Their steak & frites were also amazing, but I’m not quite ready to try my hand at frying things, yet.) I want to try my hands at making chocolate fondants. Can anyone recommend a recipe, or… Continue reading Recommend recipe?