Farm to table

What’s more French than wine and cheese?

Today we hopped on the train from Paris to the middle of France in a town called Chosne along the Loile River. We visited this cute goat farm which made delicious cheese. Look at the babies! The farmer told us alot about his family business and how everyone in the family was necessary to keep the business going. His son …

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A Delicious Parisian Microbrew

I come from San Diego California the land of the endless summer and endless microbrew beer. Now that I live in Paris France it is inevitable that I am a bit disappointed in the beer selection. However, last week I found a great one. My wife and I subscribe to a French version of a CSA. We order online and …

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Wine Tasting - L’Atelier des Artistes – Paris

My wife and I were invited to try the best of the wines of Languedoc at a local wine bar in Paris L’Atelier des Artistes near Republique. I love wine, all types of wine. So here are my reviews of the region and a couple of the best wines I tasted. The region these wines come from is known as …

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Angelica the sweet healer of Western France

During a weekend trip to Deux-Sévres in the West of France with Juliachou I stumbled upon a Medieval Permaculture wonder known as Marais Poitevin. This region is known for its angelica and goat cheese or chevre. The region is criss crossed with long sprawling canals filled with marsh water. The monks of a nearby Abbey carved the Marais Poitevin from …

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