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Cleaning Out the Basement–Between Meals, An Appetite for Paris

Nostalgia for Paris, for a particular Paris, is rich territory. Were you there pre-war or post-war, and which war. It was always better before you got there–Belle Epoque, the Lost Generation, GI Bill expats, and now, perhaps even I can … Continue reading

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Teatime in Paris!

There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea. –Henry James And if you’re like Jill Colonna, there are few things more agreeable than messing around in the kitchen making … Continue reading

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The Beef Club

I wouldn’t want to be a member of any club that would have me. –Groucho Marx But I will make an exception for The Beef Club, a Parisian restaurant, inspired by American steakhouses, supplied by a British butcher, and captured … Continue reading

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A Mouthful of Stars

Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving!– Rosalind Russellas¬†Auntie Mame It will never be said that Kim Sunee didn’t reach out and grab whatever she could from life. Her travel and recipes¬†take us on journeys of memory … Continue reading

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