Category Archives: Cuisine

Five on Friday 6

My recommendations for Honfleur, a charming town not far from Trouville-Deauville, are based on my most recent trip and one that I made seven years ago. Walk everywhere – Honfleur itself is the principal attraction. Stroll around the port! But … Continue reading

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Les Affiches

Because the holiday season was not yet fully underway during my recent trip to Trouville-Deauville, it seemed as though most of the shops and restaurants were closed when I arrived on a Monday afternoon. As I got closer to the … Continue reading

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Five on Friday 4

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art – A couple of weeks ago, we headed over to Hartford, Connecticut to the Wadsworth Atheneum. The oldest public art museum in America recently re-opened after a major face-lift. I had wanted to see the fashion … Continue reading

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Five on Friday 1

I have to confess, I’ve been feeling a little ambivalent lately about continuing the blog.  I thought I would experiment with a different format for the summer to shake things up a bit. One post a week will be the … Continue reading

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Une gamelle

The French are renowned for 90-minute long lunches, complete with a glass of wine, but things are changing. A recent report on the French news indicated that the majority of French workers are now bringing their own lunches to work. … Continue reading

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Pain Perdu

After having introduced my husband to one of my favorite museums, the Nissim de Camondo, we stopped for brunch just down the street, the Grand Café de la Poste, at 103 blvd. Malesherbes. It was the best brunch I’ve ever … Continue reading

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Marché du Vieux Port

On the trip to Quebec with my parents, we ate a lot of very nice meals – always one of travel’s chief joys.  One of the most enjoyable meals was also the simplest. We had gone to admire the Marché … Continue reading

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