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Over the years, I’ve found that I connect both my good memories shared with family and friends and my sad memories with particular foods that remind me of people or things, or a certain cooking... Read more
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I’ve been fortunate in my travels to know what I want, especially during a 24-hour layover in Paris. I could forgive myself if I didn’t see major attractions such as the Eiffel Tow… Read more
Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris (Scott B. Rosen/Eat Your World) In this guest post, our savvy friends at INSIDR—a service that provides travelers with a digital guide to explore Paris like a local—share what a typical day of eating… Read more
The French Riviera is known for its beaches, yachts, and famous film festival, but its largest town, Nice, is also a dream destination for foodies. An abundance of produce thrives in the mild Mediterranean climate; picturesque farmers markets… Read more
View of Avignon's famous broken bridge and Villeneuve-lès-Avignon beyond. All photos by Naomi Bishop Avignon is the sweetheart town of the Provence region of France, its historic buildings and papal mansions held fast within the… Read more
When in Paris as a visitor, the history and atmosphere of a restaurant—just how Parisian it is—matters a lot. It informs our dining experience, it satisfies our expectations, it reminds us that we’re in Paris! In this guest post,… Read more
For this guest post, Tim and Nat Harris of food and travel blog A Cook Not Mad share with us the recipe for caillette (“ky-YET”), a pork-and-greens meatball dish from south-central France that dates to the 16th century. The first… Read more
A few months ago, we published a Q&A with a saunier, or sea salt harvester, from Île de Ré, a small island off the west coast of France. In it, our subject mentions two can’t-miss dishes from the island, both of which make… Read more
“French people believe very strongly in the idea of terroir: We believe in locally made products, especially those that have a strong sense of identity and heritage. If I do my part and make my salt with as much respect as possible, then… Read more
Before I met my French boyfriend and his family, my culinary repertoire was sadly devoid of small sea creatures. Sure, I might occasionally have ordered mussels when out to dinner, but let’s face it—those mussels tasted only of what… Read more
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