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Must-try French Specialties from Every Region of France

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France has so many types of cheese, wine, and specialties from all over the French regions that it’s hard to keep up!  Where do you go to try the ratatouille… or the famous frog legs, if you’re feeling adventurous? Don’t fret, I prepared a culinary Tour de France for you to enjoy. I even added […]

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Eating Out in France: The Ultimate Guide to Ordering Food Like A Local

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The French have a particular way of doing things, eating out included!  Fret not; we’re here to explain complicated menus, French customs and useful phrases to get you ordering food like a local! Usual Food Vocabulary/PhrasesWherever you decide to eat or drink, it’s best to brush up on some phrases first to make your experience […]

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7 Ways to Survive as a Vegan or Vegetarian in France

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 Let’s face it, France is not exactly known as a haven for vegans and vegetarians. What with all the hearty and meaty classics like steak au poivre, boeuf bourguignon, coq au vin, and foie gras. Add to that the restaurant culture that has not yet fully embraced ordering food the exact way you want it […]

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Which Parisian Restaurant Suits you Best?

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This week, I am launching my newest e-book Paris for Foodies and I can honestly say that it’s got all the things any foodie travelling to Paris would absolutely love. (I swear!) So to celebrate the launch of this e-book, I came up with a fun quiz especially designed for all kinds of foodies out […]

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Paris for Foodies: Your Ultimate Guide to Eating in Paris

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Food is a major part of any trip. In a city like Paris, it definitely takes the center stage. As the home of some of the best restaurants in the world and the birthplace of the modern restaurant, the City of Lights truly shines the spotlight on cuisine. As a Parisian and a food enthusiast, […]

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Get my new eBook: French Phrasebook and Menu Reader

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  For years now, France has been the number one destination for tourists. We sure know how to make our country « sexy» ! Despite its attractiveness, travelling to France is always associated with stress or at least apprehension . That’s why I created this French Phrasebook.“French Phrasebook and Menu Reader: +2000 phrases for everyday use.”  Cover […]

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Talk in French Podcast #13 – French Etiquette when Eating Out – 10 embarrassing pronunciation mistakes that you should avoid in French.

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  Here is the 13th session of  Talk in French Podcast! You can download the podcast to your computer or listen to it here via iTunes. There is a button where you can download the Podcast. In this episode: – Some information about French Culture. I explain some French Etiquette when eating out – Some French Words with an English […]

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Talk in French Podcast #11 – French Pastries 101. What makes them so delicious? The Difference between Il est and C’est in French.

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  Here is the 11th session of  Talk in French Podcast! You can download the podcast to your computer or listen to it here via iTunes. There is a button where you can download the Podcast. In this episode: – Some information about French Culture. French Pastries 101. Discover what makes the French Pastries so delicious – Some French Words with an […]

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French Pastry Culture 101

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 When the gods and goddesses of pastries and desserts came down to earth, they settled down in France. With their glorious blinding presence and golden spoons and ladles, they taught the locals how to make fluffy meringues and mousses, luscious cakes, and divine crème brûlées. The result is French pastry as we know it. The end. While […]

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