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Paris: Jet Lag, Sore Feet, and New Friends

(A quick side note: I started writing this on February 8th, and I’m finishing it on the 10th)

Hello from Dijon, France!

I apologise in advance for the length of this post. 3,279 more words

Europe 2016

In Ottolengthi We Trust: Crushed Puy Lentils with Tahini and Cumin

Look no further than Jerusalem…or Plenty…or Plenty More. Many of of the vegetarian meals I cook stem from the Yotam Ottolengthi derivations found in these revered pieces of food scripture.  607 more words


Le Bataclan, the Paris club attacked by terrorists on Nov. 13, plans to reopen this year

Le Bataclan, the historic Parisian concert hall where 89 people were killed in the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris, will undergo renovations with the goal of reopening to the public before the end of the 2016, the Agence France-Press… 143 more words

A Day in the Life of a Parisian

In every country, in every city, life is a little bit different. That’s why I’m going to share this post about a typical day in my life living in Paris. 1,418 more words


The match

A couple of weeks ago I went to watch a rugby match. The home team of Montpellier ladies were up against the Northerners, Lille. You might think – well, it’s not a proper match but I can assure you these ladies played their hearts out in front of few hundred of supporters. 277 more words


Versailles: a palace to be proud of

Do you want to know an almost obligatory stop for visitors to Paris that have a little more time? Versailles. The palace has a rich and amazing history, as well as a beauty and unrivaled exuberance. 2,327 more words