Monthly Archives: April 2020

Bringing Home Rive Gauche – the Parisian Latin Quarter (April 26 – May 2)

For those of us who miss walking along the Seine River, pass Notre Dame, and through Rive Gauche, we can, with creativity, bring that French experience into our homes. Rive Gauche means left bank of the river, which refers to … Continue reading

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Mise en Place Is Essential (April 19 – April 25)

There is a very important French culinary term: mise en place. It means putting things in place. This is the preparation that systematically encourages us to gather the ingredients as we set out the correct pots and pans, wash the … Continue reading

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Easter is Always Significant (April 12 – April 18)

It has been said that the most challenging of times can also be the most meaningful because of the emotional bonding we have with our families, as we gather our strength. Though separated by social distancing, we are united in … Continue reading

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Fruitful Moments Make the Best Memories (April 5 – April 11)

Many may be working from home; however, food can still be interesting and fun. I am beginning to recall recipes from my grandmother and her hand-pies are a sweet memory. All you need are canned biscuits, some flour for dusting … Continue reading

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