October Favorites

La Louve, a food coop project in Paris.

A few of my favorite finds and reads for October:

~ Paris’ very first food coop needs your help.

~ Tempted by these coconut and potimarron squares.

~ Luisa featured my tomato mustard tart on The Wednesday Chef.

~ A behind-the-scenes look at Bones, one of my current favorite dining spots in Paris (see my post about it).

~ Medieval Paris, a before and after.

~ I was a guest on Adam Robert’s Clean Plate Club podcast.

~ Do you fantasize about writing your own French novel? Here’s a cover to get you started.

~ Using whey to extend the life of homemade condiments.

  • Tamsin

    The book cover generator is so fun! I’d better get started on La colere vietnamienne des chauve-souris…

  • This is a wonderful fall roundup! Here in Wisconsin, we had a little bit of Paris, ourselves this weekend, when we welcomed Patricia Wells. I covered her visit on Platter Talk and also featured a number of dishes from her new cookbook, The French Kitchen Cookbook.

    • How fun! I’ll be interested to take a look at your article.

  • Glad you like the fermented condiments post. Thanks for the shout-out, Clotilde! :)

    • You’re very welcome. Thanks for the fascinating post!

  • Jenn

    I just realized my beloved Tarte a la Moutarde recipe isn’t your’s! And it’s got a bunch of cheese in it, which has felt heavy to me lately. Your’s looks very similar, minus the cheese, I can’t wait to try it out! Tomorrow!

    • Wonderful. Do report back when you try it!

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