I've told you about Château de Gudanes before. It's a historic monument was designed by Parisian architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel, famous for his neoclassical, architectural symmetry, including the Le Petit Trianon and Place de la Concorde. Sadly it was left to ruin until 2013 an Australian moved in and committed themselves to restoring this architectural gem. … Continue reading Château de Gudanes: A Love Story
Picnic in Provence: A Memoir with Recipes by Elizabeth Bard If you love a good story plus recipes, I would sincerely suggest you read Picnic in Provence. Her journey continues in France as she and her husband say jusqu'à ce qu'on se revoit to their life in Paris and start anew in the idylic Provencal … Continue reading April Bookworm
It's true i've been on a bit of a French/Parisian kick, why not dream of the City of Light while winter settles in? Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins It's the third in the "Anna and the French Kiss" series, but it's very much a stand alone story. The descriptions of Paris … Continue reading November Bookworm
A feast for the eyes and belly, Mimi Thorisson writes about her life in Medoc France with her photographer husband, children and dogs. I love going to her site for her wonderful recipes, that remind me of the things my Grandma Naomi used to cook. The photography, done by her husband, is really beautiful.