Learning French ain't easy, is it? (fyi: Lots of f-bombs!)
(btw: The money goes to charity)
omg - How much do I want this!?
If I saw someone wearing one of these, I would think I was living a scene out of Stranger Things.
Why are they introducing gelato tacos in Italy? (And what can we do to prevent them from being introduced elsewhere?)
Wow. After 51 years, the weekly Pariscope magazine stops publication this week. (It was an incredible to guide to everything that was happening in Paris each week, from movie times to restaurants of note.)
This is my first cheese ball. Being faces lots of bits and odds & ends of cheese is one of the problems with bringing home so much cheese home from the market. I've tackled fromage fort, but this all--American "boule de fromage" adapted from Vivian Howard is a great appetizer for a party or get-together. Check out the story and recipe on my blog! =>
Head's up! This is the final week to get the ebook of Ready for Dessert for only $1.99...
So...I got a slow cooker a few months ago to try out and see what all the hoopla was all about, but I haven't taken it out of the (very big) box yet. I know I will someday, and when I do, this may be the first recipe I try in it.
Wow. These are some amazing photographs.
ALL of these sound good. And can be made in just one pot!
I vote for yes, especially if you split a bagel in two and share it. Who gets the seeds? (The way around that is to split it in four, with both people getting one of each, but that's too complicated to explain in the morning.)
Interesting question about thinking that "eating healthy is...too expensive."
One of my guests on my tour last week taught me how to fix this, since the slow unlocking of my phone (which often didn't work) was driving me nuts!
The weather is getting brisk and I don't mind, especially because the cafés in Paris start pouring le chocolat chaud, thick, rich hot chocolate. Many think it's because the drink is made with cream, but it's made with milk - and gets its flavor from good, dark chocolate...
well-done video of life in Paris
The price of a beer, by métro station (interesting how the price gets higher the farther you get from the center of the city)
I've never made Cioppino, but grew up eating it. I think I need to make this!
One of my new favorite places in Paris, Merguez & Pastrami won me over with its housemade pastrami and breads, along with dishes inspired by Europe, the Middle East and North African, in a truly Parisian place. Check out this casual dining spot in the 9th arrondissement!
Would you rather:
A) Have oral surgery without anesthesia
B) Hook up a new modem
Ever wanted to get a peek behind-the-scenes at a Paris chocolate shop? Fouquet is having an open house this Friday night, and not only can you check out their wonderful chocolates, but you can look in the kitchen, to see how they're made!
The ebook of Ready for Dessert, a collection of my favorite recipes, is currently ON SALE for only $1.99! It's available on Kindle, and other formats, for most tablets and devices....
Visit me at http://www.davidlebovitz.com
Page of David Lebovitz, pastry chef and cookbook author, who lives in Paris and writes about food, culture and travel. On this page are links to stories and recipes of interest.