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Paris is Most Beautiful in the Rain

Destination: Paris, France

Two young men brimming with expectation arrived at the Gare du Nord in the late morning. Emerging from a metro station near the Louvre Jake and I were met by Paris, alluring in its indifference. 2,730 more words

Europe

The Baguette That Got Away

The entirety of Malibu is staring at me. Watching this girl attempt to bat away a husky white seabird with a half-eaten baguette.

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It's not moldy... it just looks like it.

What I am about to show you is not hundred year old, moldy bread.  Really!  I asked that question in the Bakery.  As it turns out, my husband loves this strange-looking baguette.  185 more words

German Food

The great perhaps

I recently embarked on my first visit to the the city of love and light, Paris. And as I sat on the plane listening to Sam Smith, someone over the northern Africa, I felt a surge of feelings. 557 more words

Thinking

The Baguette That Got Away

I have a complicated relationship with baguettes.

When I was 16, I won this scholarship to study in Paris for a month. Naturally, my diet for the entirety of my stay largely consisted of whole baguettes eaten in one sitting and what can only be described as jugs of Orangina. 925 more words

Crohns And The Real Girl

Chicken and Avocado Open Sandwiches

Ok, these still mean carbs. But we all need carbs sometimes. And they’re homemade carbs, so you have to let yourself off! They’re still almost raw and make a great light filling supper or weekend lunch, as well as ps king you full of vitamins, protein, good fats and omega 3! 113 more words

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