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In the autumn all the talk in France is about la rentrée: the time when vacation ends and everyone goes back to work and school. It’s the word on everyone’s lips: la rentrée, we have to prepare for la rentrée. It’s … Continue reading
Hugs and bisous have been exchanged and the chefs have demanded that I come back to visit when I’m back in the Var. My internship is over. It ended on a Friday afternoon after a quiet lunch service with Pastry … Continue reading
One of my favorite cities in France is Lyon. I’ve only been there a few times and never stay for very long, but it’s a city I feel comfortable in. Better than Paris because it seems to lack all of … Continue reading
I only have one week left of classes and I have to say I’m elated to have made it through. There were moments, that my family and especially my husband can attest to where I thought I wasn’t going to … Continue reading
Tripe. It’s a scary word filled with images of intestine, brains, claws, kidneys, and feet, all the sorts of things we hear about and think “Ewwwww,” squealing like little children when we first learned that the French eat frogs legs … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of salads ; the blend of crunchy flavors that come together to create a refreshing and delightful meal. Alas, in the winter, while I still crave my crunchy greens, I also crave something warm and filling during … Continue reading
I have eaten tripe. And I liked it. I don’t think there are many people in the USA who eat tripe. Maybe it’s becoming more common; common in restaurants that cater to those good old “foodie circles” or common among … Continue reading
I’m not one for inspiring New Year’s speeches or for making resolutions so here’s a random photo review of 2012: Happy New Year and thank you for supporting me, my adventures, and Je Mange Toute la France!
I can’t believe my ten days in Provence are almost over. The time is going by too fast and is mostly spent studying for my exams next week. I have taken some time out to relax with my husband and … Continue reading
Chopping vegetables and peeling potatoes is dull, uninteresting work. My mind often wanders and often to the same subjects. One of those happens to be the quality of my vegetable chopping. I’m not exactly a talented slicer or mincer. My … Continue reading