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Give Us This Day: Part 2

I am not ignorant of the baked goods on offer at London’s cornucopia of bakeries, but as far as the many chains – both great and small – go, I remain mostly unmoved. 196 more words

p3: Pain de Campagne

#6, Pain de Campagne

For a weekend bread requirement that only revolved around something that would take two days to make, my interests began to spiral towards a surprising direction. 2,010 more words

Crostini with Butter, Sliced Radish and Sea Salt

Simplicity is inspiring and I got the idea for this in my new favorite magazine, Organic Life. I’m not typically a magazine reader but my husband surprised me with a subscription and I read the entire first issue in one sitting. 104 more words

Recipes And Food

French PM declares “France is free of Anti-Semitism”

PARIS – As the last French Jew departed Paris on Thursday, PM François Hollande declared “France is, at last, free of the scourge of anti-semitism.” With the Marseillase playing in the background, he addressed a crowd of thousands gathered along the Champs-Élysées, many of whom were waving French flags and wearing yellow stars with the words “Je suis Juif.” “Today, we are, once again, all French,” he said in French, “We no longer need to live in fear of hatred directed toward Jews. 177 more words


Yeah! - It's Barbecue-time!

Last weekend the time finally arrived!…I am talking about Barbecue-time. It was finally warm enough to invite a few friends around and spend some time outside. 314 more words


Paris Bakeries. The Good And The Bad. Mostly Good.

Part 1.   How to find a good bakery.

A trip to Paris must include many visits to bakeries throughout the city (i.e. boulangeries or patisseries) for a taste of the finest breads and pastries on earth. 682 more words

Paris Eats