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christmas hygge

wex and i host outdoor monthly picnics, that we call hygge, for an intimate group of 10-12. the people who come include both strangers and friends, and we all gather to share a meal and conversations. 1,264 more words

Cooking

Paris Weekend: 10 things to do (Part 2)

Continuing with the previous post, here the next 5 things you can do for a romantic weekend in Paris, also known as The City of Light, no doubt why, and much more as Christmas get closer. 1,024 more words

Looking For Paradise

Best pâtisseries to visit in Paris

As promised, here is a shortlist of my favourite pâtisseries in Paris. I’ve also included a chocolate shop and a croissant shop (I know they aren’t patisseries but they definitely deserve your attention). 766 more words

Baking

Happy Thanksgiving from Paris, y'all!

Hi friends, happy day of gobbles! I’ve been working a crapload for the last 4 days, which is why no posts – it just doesn’t make for interesting blogging when you’re like, “and todaaaay, I delivered the thiiiird section of the chapter. 280 more words

Interview with Dorie Greenspan

Quite frankly, she should have been barred from kitchens forever but as it turned out, the girl who burned down her parent’s kitchen grew up to be a big-name cookbook author. 3,532 more words

Word Of Mouth

Anne-Sophie Pic get her wax sculpture

World’s most starred female Chef Anne-Sophie Pic got her entry ticket to Musée Grévin just a week after she was ranked 27th most influential French woman Worldwide. 79 more words

An Eye On

/ WHOLEMEAL ISPAHAN CROISSANTS /

I decided to try out croissants for the first time over the weekend to bring in to the studio on monday morning to surprise everyone as a breakfast treat.  911 more words

Baking