Around the globe, celebrations are marking the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death. But, what about the Mona Lisa at Close Lucé?
Anne Lloyd is a creative genius who shared her recipe for this New Orleans/Parisian dessert for crêpe fans who love bananas. Watch her demonstrate live this Saturday, May 4, 2019 at the Food Heritage State of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival™.
Want to have a food experience that is kind of like stepping into a James Bond movie, or dining with Don Draper? Le Drugstore is for you!
This is a super simple salad that really matches well with the 4-Spice Pork. The citrus is bright and clean, and because the oranges are skinned, it makes this salad kind of special.
This classic French 4-Spice Pork (Porc avec quatre épices) is a full-flavored, hearty dinner. A treat on weekends for family and friends or a fine weeknight dish.
A Citroën and Champagne ride around Paris is a definite splurge. But, what an intimate and unique way to greet the City of Light! It is like stepping into a time machine for a luxurious cruise on the streets.
Finding brilliant gifts for others (and yourself) can be a challenge in Paris – especially if you’re short on time or need inspiration. Above all else, it should be something that is authentically French.
Jennifer was on a quest to find the best vintage clothes in the Marais. As soon as we were planning the trip, Jennifer began researching names and locations of vintage clothing stores. Then, she decided to narrow it to the Marais. With that limitation, she and I...
On a January visit to Paris, three of us wanted to take a day trip to visit the D-Day beaches. In our planning, we were limited because of the number of daylight hours during January and because of the train schedule. We also wanted a private tour in English to see...
After the destruction of multiple historically important medieval buildings, Victor Hugo wrote an article in 1825, “Guerre aux démolisseurs!” (“War on the demolishers!”).