Catégorie : French

Paris Cola – Made in France

Paris Cola delivered some of their tasty beverages to my door the other day. It’s delicious and refreshing. I thought it would make a good compagnion with me at the parc de Monceau one lovely day in July. I had brought along my French novel to read, but I ended up just working on my blog with my smartphone. So… Read more →

Dinner Chez Sasha

One of the many things that I often heard from my American students when I worked in study abroad, was that they could seem to figure out how to meet French people. You would think that for young students it would be easy, so if they were having a hard time, then what do those who are beyond university years,… Read more →

My take on the « French Lover »

I was interviewed by Eloïse Daviaud for the NT1 show En Mode Gossip, about the French Lover. It seems the French are enchanted that Hollywood is gaga for several hommes français that are infiltrating the star system over on the sunny Californian coast. I have to say, Guillaume Canet, Jean Dujardin, Benjamin Millepied and those other Frenchies are dashing and… Read more →

L’Amour (or less) by Jennyphoria

I HAVE GOT TO SHARE THIS WITH ALL OF YOU! One of my fellow Paris expat bloggers, has made a few serendipitous rencontres, and come up with a pretty fantastic idea, about love in Paris no less. Yes! Jennifer Geraghty is a screen writer and actress who took the precarious plunge two years ago to try to make it in… Read more →

A Grand Moment

I had another one of those starry-eyed moments the other night. One of those catch-your-breath-oh-my-god-is-this-really-my-life moments. I work for the most prestigious luxury house in France, and every year they throw a big event for all their employees in the Paris region. They have a ceremony to handsomely recognize those who have loyally worked for them for 40 or 50… Read more →

Five Frenchie Foodie Faves in Paris

Post by Jenny Bailey Five Foodie Experiences in Paris The romance between Paris and fine food has been going on for centuries. As a result, the city has become one of the most renowned foodie destinations in the world. Paris offers a number of gourmet experiences that tourists can indulge in – from pairing cheese and wine in one of… Read more →

Amélie, NYC bar à vin

Post by Frank Cierpial For the Francophiles on the other side of the Atlantic… Going out in New York is hard to do. There are countless complaints that I have about the New York nightlife. Either the music is too loud, there is no place to sit or walk that does not involve getting drinks spilled on you, or  if… Read more →

Carré Royal – accessories

Style Hunter Christmas Gift Emporium by Tilly MacAlister-Smith A friend of Chéri and I has a lovely little company that I have been wanting to share with you for a while now, as I appreciate the type of business this company represents. Authenticity. Quality. Honesty. Modesty. Carré Royal, specializing in and developing a collection of goods manufactured in the best… Read more →

The Wedding Tea Room « Gourmandise » shoot

So you all remember the Marie Antoinette shoot I did about a year ago right? Sadly Sonia Akono of SGA Events, for whom we did the shoot had stalled her wedding planning business for the time being, but Frédérique Sivadier of the Wedding Tea Room has been building hers! (She did the decoration on the Marie Antoinette shoot).  Lucky me… Read more →

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