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Welcome to this year’s European and UK edition of Menu for Hope 6, where you can make an online bid in an effort to raise money for the United Nations World Programme’s Purchase for Progress program, which assists low-income farmers to raise crops and support their local economies. This is our sixth year raising money and in the past, we’ve topped $92,000. With your help,…

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Have you been searching for copies of my first two cookbooks, Room for Dessert and Ripe for Dessert, only to find out that they’re now out of print? Released in 1999, Room for Dessert had recipes for over 100 of my favorite desserts. Ripe for Dessert followed the same winning formula for easy-to-follow recipes, with a focus on using fruit. Both books were photographed by…

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A number of you have asked me about adding a Comment RSS feed to the site, so you can keep in touch with the comment and responses. We’re in the process of adding one at the end of each post, but if you’re using Firefox or Safari, each already has a built-in way to subscribe to the comment feed of the site. In Firefox, in…

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On May 19, I’ll be doing a talk and booksigning The Sweet Life in Paris at the WHSmith store here in Paris. If you are in the area, or can make it by Tuesday, come join me! (Update: Thanks to everyone who attended. It was a stellar turnout and it was so fun to meet so many of you. If you’re interested, there are signed…

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I got me some Apartment Therapy!

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This weekend, I’ll be featured in an episode of Diary of a Foodie. Click on the link to watch the entire episode.

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Do you want to know… The reason I’ll never have my own television program… (page 109) What a barely-there string bikini, high heels and world peace have in common with mango sorbet… (page 108) Why you might find me, nearly-naked, standing on your sidewalk someday… (page 141) The final installment of the trilogy, concluding my lifetime of disappointment… (page 88) Why I fear the ‘apple…

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Comment Policy

Comments are welcome and an important part of my blog, and readers are very welcome and encouraged to leave comments in the blog posts. Questions will be answered in the comments at my discretion and due to the number of comments some posts have, and my other work, I’m unable to answer every comment. And in other cases, I may answer inquiries personally via e-mail…

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