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Unique food and wine experiences around the world
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  • 02/19/08--10:48: Zazie
  • My friend Agnes and I met for breakfast at Zazie in the Cole Valley neighborhood of San Francsico.  I really like the bohemian-style atmosphere of the place.  The staff was very friendly, too. It was difficult to decide what to order – everything sounded great.  And we were happy to find that we could order [...]

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  • 02/20/08--08:36: The Monk’s Kettle
  • For my husband’s birthday, I took him to The Monk’s Kettle in San Francisco.  My husband is a beer fan and I had heard about this new restaurant that pairs beer and local, seasonal foods.  When we walked into The Monk’s Kettle, we were greeted warmly and seated at a small table across from the [...]

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  • 03/02/08--10:20: Le Jardin du Quai
  • I was very fortunate on my last trip to Provence to discover Le Jardin du Quai in the lovely village of Isle-sur-la-Sorge.  The restaurant itself is in an old restored mansion across from the train station.  Even though it was the end of January when I was there, the weather was gorgeous and we sat outside in [...]

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  • 03/02/08--10:42: Patisserie Jouvaud
  • This patisserie in the town of Carpentras in Provence is a fantastic discovery.  On my last trip, I had the pleasure to meet Pierre Jouvaud who is actively involved in managing this third-generation business.  The patisserie itself is warm, colorful and inviting.  The windows are beautifully decorated and draw you in with their magnificent variety of [...]

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    I just received my new shipment of wines from Cave de Verges des Papes in Chateauneuf du Pape.  I tasted all of these wines when I was at my friend’s cave back in February.  They are superb and I cannot wait to serve them to my friends and family.  Here is a brief description: 2005 Vielle Julienne [...]

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  • 03/02/08--13:25: Le Rove
  • This small, round, white goat’s milk cheese is named after the Rove breed of goats, believed to be one of the oldest breeds of goats in France.  It is sold when it is only 2-3 days old.  It is prized because the Rove goats produce a much smaller amount of milk than do other breeds.  [...]

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    This upscale gourmet shop in Paris is definitely worth a browse.  Here you will find a huge array of fresh vegetables and fruits, olive oils, cheeses, meats, seafood, condiments, wines, spices, chocolates, teas, coffees, fresh flowers and so much more.  A cart with wheels is a nice-to-have if you are going to be carting your goods [...]

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  • 03/02/08--13:44: Rue Cler
  • Rue Cler is perhaps my favorite Market Street in Paris.  It has a food market everyday and the street has wonderful cheese shops, charcuteries, butcher shops, olive oil shops, restaurants, bars, gourmet food shops and patisseries.  It is in a wonderful location in the 7th Arrondissement near the Eiffel Tower.  Rue Cler (between Rue de Grenelle and [...]

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  • 03/02/08--13:54: Marche Raspail
  • Marche Raspail is a wonderful open air food market in the 6th Arrondissement that is open three times a week.  This marketplace is filled with produce vendors, charcuterie stands, eggs, salts, meats, fish, cheeses and spices.  You can also find a nice selection of prepared foods here, as well as vendors selling soaps.  Market days are [...]

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  • 03/02/08--14:15: Fauchon
  • If you love fine upscale food that is exquisitely packaged, you won’t want to miss Fauchon.  They have wonderful preserves and jams, mustards, teas, coffees, chocolates and wines.  They ship worldwide, too.  If you really enjoy thick, rich hot chocolate, theirs is not to be missed!  They have a tea salon/cafe that serves the hot chocolate along with breakfast items [...]