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THE PARIS FEAST
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Self-taught cook,food blogger at theparisfeast.com. Specialized in French & Indian cuisine.
Self-taught cook,food blogger at theparisfeast.com. Specialized in French & Indian cuisine.

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I, Michelangelo Buonarroti, the Florentine, and my Florence
As all biographies, at first I will mention
the village of Caprese, 100km east of my city Florence where I was born on a March
day in 1475 according to the calendar you are more used to in your time. My
originality is renowned across squares and galleries o...
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Quiche with ham, goat cheese and olives.
A delight of the French cuisine is the
Quiche, which is an open tart made with eggs and various other fillings to go
with it. It is one of the dishes with which rather defines the French
gastronomy so it was about time I came up with a Quiche recipe for my ...
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Chicken Pastilla :A Savory Delight
Pastilla is a traditional dish of the Maghreb region. It is a pie made with thin layers of dough and combines both salty and sweet flavors.

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Chicken Pastilla : A savory delight.
The very first
time that I tried Pastilla in a Parisian restaurant, I fell in love with this dish.
So why not try to recreate it myself and I was amazed at its success on the
very first trial. It’s a savory delicious dish with copious portions of butter
and...
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Best view of the highest and whitest peak of Europe : Mont Blanc
'Europe's Highest Point' on Google search may yield wierd questions like "Is Jungfrau the highest mountain in Europe?". Well, as a little reminder of our high school geography classes, the highest peak in Europe (west of the Caucasus Mountains) is Mont Blan...
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Arles, where Van Gogh found his inspiration.
In the 1860s a few young painters were
routinely rejected by the Académie des Beaux Arts of Paris for not portraying
historical and religious themes in their paintings. This forced the then
Emperor Napolean III who was already out on war against the Academy...
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Basque Chicken : A lesser known gem of French gastronomy

The Basque Country occupies a large portion of north eastern spain and a little strech of south western France. Poulet Basquaise (Basque Chicken) is a popular dish that originated from the French part of Basque country and is made using the emblematic chili from the region, the piment d'espelette.

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Basque Chicken : A lesser known gem of French gastronomy

The Basque Country occupies a large portion of north eastern spain and a little strech of south western France. Poulet Basquaise (Basque Chicken) is a popular dish that originated from the French part of Basque country and is made using the emblematic chili from the region, the piment d'espelette.

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Basque Chicken : A lesser known gem of French gastronomy.
This time let me take you on a culinary voyage to a lesser known, but vivid culture of France (and Spain), down south on the Atlantic coast, surrounded by the Pyrenees; the Basque. The Basque people have historically lived in the region around the borders o...
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Rum balls : The Littles Bullets for the Festive Season

Easy rapid hassle free rum balls made with the French rum called "Rhum Agricole" and ready made chocolate coated wafers with a touch of coconut.
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