At a time when so many of the usual pleasures Paris offers – cafés, bars, restaurants, theaters, cinemas, museums – have been denied us, I have rediscovered a quintessentially Parisian pastime: flâner. Meaning to stroll or to wander without any … Read More
One of the world’s best-loved food bloggers, Paris-based pastry chef David Lebovitz started his career at Chez Panisse, Alice Waters’ temple of fresh, local, seasonal cuisine in Berkeley, California. Since then, he has published a slew of cookbooks, including The … Read More
Where does the food Parisians eat come from? And will it keep coming during the lockdown imposed during the coronavirus crisis? Most of it comes from “the belly of Paris,” the gigantic Rungis wholesale market, the largest in the world. … Read More
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