Travel writing on France, including a guide on where to eat in Paris and attending Mimi Thorisson’s Manger Workshop.

Manger Workshop with Mimi Thorisson

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Earlier this month, I had the delightful opportunity to attend a Manger Workshop hosted by Mimi Thorisson at her home in France. As a long-time follower of her blog, Manger, and an avid cook from her first cookbook, A Kitchen in France, meeting Mimi in real life and cooking with her was a wondrous experience. I have always been intrigued by her background, part French and part Hong Kong-Chinese, thus explaining my strong

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Where to Eat in Paris

Your guide to the best restaurants and cafés in Paris, with tips for families with children. Stopovers in Paris With Paris only a 3.5 hour train journey from Zurich, we find ourselves in the City of Light quite often, frequently as a stopover on the way to visit our families on the far-flung coastlines of France.

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On Instagram & A Quick Trip to Brittany

I ought to rephrase the title of this post because there is no such thing as a quick trip to Brittany. Set in the far north western corner of France, there is never a quick route to visit our family and a train journey from Zurich typically takes 12 hours door to door. And making this trip with an 11-month old baby somehow feels twice as long. But the trip is always worthwhile

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Brittany, France and New Year’s Resolutions for 2012

Happy New Year everyone! I hope you have all had a good start to 2012 with lots of fine celebrations, good food and good company. Christmas for us is usually spent with our family in Brittany, a cold and windy region in the north-west of France. Except, this year, it was thankfully not so cold and windy, which meant that my Ugg boots which I had lugged with me on the 9 hour

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