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HAPPY SOLUTIONS

There have been times when, whether I was making dinner for my family, or preparing for friends to come to a dinner party, I just

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TESTING RECIPES AND BASIL

I spend a lot of my year developing and testing recipes for my books, for other people’s books, for various projects, sometimes for companies.  It’s

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PARIS FOOD MARKETS

Get up early, get to your favorite Paris market to find the very best of the season. If you don’t have a kitchen, enjoy the tastes while you’re there; if you do, fill your basket for great cooking, great eating, all seasonal.

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fig leaf, fig tree

Fig Leaf Ice Cream

I discovered something amazing the other day. It is simple, and I might have found it a long time ago but it took me awhile to inhale, reflect, discuss, then finally make and taste. Oh my. What we have all been missing for so long!

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Georgia on my mind

Georgia, You’re on My Mind And your luscious ingredients are in my kitchen. From toasted sunflower oil to chewy black wines, everything in Georgia is

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RENT ON RUE TATIN

On Rue Tatin, the beloved house that has welcomed so many, is once again for rent by the month, or the week. It’s a perfect

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Speculoos

This cookie has seduced the non-cinnamon loving population of France. It will seduce you too.

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Fig Jam

I planted my fig tree about seven years ago, to replace an ancient apple tree which was the “apple of my eye”.  She (or he?)

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Maine

My recent visit to Maine was a patchwork of memories and a blossoming of experiences to add to them. I moved there two minutes before

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