I'll Always Have Paris-Art Buchwald
Art Buchwald’s delightful romp through 1948 Paris is a witty tribute to the city he fell in love with.
Travels in France with Terrance
I have been very fortunate to sample much of the varied richness of France outside of Paris–food, wine, culture and a wonderful group of new friends, colleagues and partners. From the green, rain-soaked pastures of Normandy providing cheese and butter for both eating and cooking; to the confit de canard and goose fat of the southwest and ending up in Provence where olive oil is king, it has been a challenge to keep the weight off and the smile from my face as I pinch myself to verify that this life is not a dream.
French Toast-Harriet Welty Rochefort
During the 1970s, Rochefort moved from Shenandoah, Iowa, to Paris, where she met and married her husband, Philippe.
Paris in the 50's
In July 1947, fresh out of college and long before he would win the Pulitzer Prize and become known as one of America's finest historians, Stanley Karnow boarded a freighter bound for France, planning to stay for the summer. He stayed for ten years, first as a student and later as a correspondent for Time magazine. By the time he left, Karnow knew Paris so intimately that his French colleagues dubbed him "le plus parisien des Américains" --the most Parisian American.
A Moveable Feast
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