Results tagged British from David Lebovitz

When I heard about La Cidrerie, I knew I wanted to go there. I like beer, but I don’t have the same capacity for it as locals do; young people in Paris seem to have no trouble polishing off those pint-plus giant glasses of beer that have become ubiquitous on café tables. Cider hasn’t gotten the same attention that beer, wine, and other French beverages…

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There’s been an anglo-wave sweeping across Paris the past few years, and the latest to excite Parisians has been the return of Marks & Spencer. Their last store in France closed over a decade ago and after a lot of speculation, and anticipation, they’re back. Their initial rentrée was a shop on the Champs-Elysées, which gives more room to clothes than it does to the…

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Now readers in the United Kingdom have their own UK edition of The Perfect Scoop. It’s so new, even I don’t have it yet—so you’ll scoop me, too. The Perfect Scoop is now available online or from your local bookseller – just in time for summer!

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I was at my publisher’s office in Berkeley recently (handing out ice cream and sauce to everyone, if you want to know) and on my way out, the main editor handed me a copy of The River Cottage Meat Book. At the time, I didn’t quite know why he pressed a copy in my hand since it’s not particularly a subject I’m always trying to…

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