Kale Tabbouleh with Cilantro and Chorizo

Kale, Cilantro, and Chorizo Tabbouleh

Photography by Catherine Côté excerpted with permission from Marie Asselin's Simply Citrus.

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Today, I am sharing with you a beautiful and delicious recipe excerpted from Marie Asselin’s new book, Simply Citrus.

Marie Asselin is the talented Quebec-based author of the blog Food Nouveau, which documents her cooking and baking adventures. She is also a food stylist, recipe translator, and culinary teacher — a “slasher” after my own heart. I have been following her, especially on Instagram, for a while, and the simplicity and freshness of her food always resonates with me.

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Instant Pot Ramen-Style Pork Belly

Instant Pot Ramen-Style Pork Belly

Photography by Céline de Cérou.

I have been wanting to share this recipe for ramen-style pork belly with you for, oh, two years and a half, ever since I made it for the first time, using Camille Oger’s excellent directions in her post Easy braised pork and quick rāmen.

Camille Oger is a French food writer and journalist who travels extensively to visit growers and producers and chefs. She has spent a lot of time in Asia, and in Japan in particular. Her blog posts are extraordinarily well researched* and her photos are an armchair traveler’s dream come true.

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Behind the Scenes at La Maison du Chocolat

La Maison du Chocolat

A little treat for you and me today!

A few months ago, I had the wonderful opportunity to visit the facility where all La Maison du Chocolat treats are manufactured, in Nanterre, just outside of Paris.

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This Was March

Papa

So.

March decided to take me and send me flying high, with a national ad campaign featuring my podcast in the metro and on television, and the release of my new cookbook, TASTING PARIS: 100 Recipes to Eat Like a Local, which has been received so warmly I am filled with gratitude and pride.

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French Easter Recipes

French Easter Recipes

Easter is just round the corner and, just like I did last December with my tips on how to host a French holiday meal, I thought you might like me to outline how to host a French Easter meal.

If you celebrate Easter, you are probably already following your own traditions, but just in case you would like to add a French twist to this year’s celebrations, here are my recommendations for a delicious, traditional French Easter meal.

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