Since I write in English quite a bit better than I do in French, the blog and my recipes are in the language of Shakespeare. However I realize a portion of my readers aren’t native English speakers, yet tirelessly trudge through my writings sans complaint. This post is for you. I would venture to guess about 90%* of the recipes in print and on the…

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FYI

The long-awaited chocolate television program which I participated in, Chocolate Confidential, is set to air this month on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) this month. (They rejected my preferred title, David Lebovitz’s Chocolate Hour, for some inexplicable reason…) It’ll be shown nationwide on Thursday, January 25th at 8pm, and will be repeated on the Canadian news network the following day (check listings for time.) In…

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Let’s start 2007 off on a very chocolaty note, shall we? I’m the host for Sugar High Friday this month, and for some reason after hardly any discussion at all, chocolate seemed to be the natural candidate for my theme. This sweet event was created by Jennifer, of Domestic Goddess and I invite any and all food bloggers out there to participate. (Well, maybe not…

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I’ve been spotted around the web… …with Context Travel, in an interview about Paris sweets & eats. …in an audio tour chatting about the Marais. …profiled in The New Wave of Food Blogs, an article by Dianne Jacob, author of Will Write For Food. …and…Ouch! (Ok, ok…I like the damn bread. It’s the best thing ever! Yikes…)

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Cookies and Candies Lemon-Glazed Madeleines Chez Panisse Gingersnaps Friendship Bars Candied Peanuts Butterscotch Pecan Cookies Cups Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies (low fat) Seaweed Cookies Dulce de Leche Brownies Very Chocolate Cookies Chocolate-Almond Buttercrunch Toffee French Chocolate Macarons Caramel Corn Mesquite Chocolate Chip Cookies (from Heidi Swanson) Coconut-Chocolate Macaroons Supernatural Brownies Candied Cherries Pralined Almonds Giovanna’s Maple Creams Pineapple Coconut Cookies Chocolate Biscotti Recipe & Marshmallows…

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Although it’s possible to buy citrons confits at Arab markets here in Paris, making Moroccan Preserved Lemons couldn’t be easier and they taste far fresher than anything you can buy. I insist on foraging through the mounds of lemons at my market in pursuit of the smallest citrus possible (which I don’t recommend doing here, by the way, unless you know the vendor pretty well.)…

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One of my friends from San Francisco sent me the local paper the other day, which was dated just before the last election. In my district, there was an election for Supervisor, the person who would represent my district in City Hall. This year there were three candidates vying for that position. Each was profiled and interviewed: The first was Bevan Dufty, the current Supervisor,…

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(Please note that this list was recently updated in 2013. However prices, addresses, and policies are subject to change. You may wish to visit the website or call the school for additional information.) If you feel the need to work off that croissant au beurre you’re likely to indulge in every morning or the daily éclair au chocolat you’ve been treating yourself to each afternoon,…

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C’est mon anniversaire!

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