Sometimes friends and family ask me what French grocery stores are like and if they compare to the American ones they know from home. Well, in a word, yes — French grocery stores are similar to supermarkets in the U.S. except if you look closely enough, you’ll find a bunch of foods that don’t exist in the U.S. Here, I’ll take a look at the best and worst of them.
If you were to think of two things that dogs love the most, what comes to mind? Going on walks and food, right? Treats, in particular, are one of Dagny’s favorite things and today I’m going to share with you Dagny’s picks for the best dog treats.
Welcome to my new monthly column, France myth of the month, where I’ll take a look at a widespread stereotype and share my thoughts.
First up? Myth: All French people are thin…
While most of you are probably off from work and barbecuing this 4th of July, it’s just another day in France. So for our own little holiday weekend, Tom and I drove to Paris to celebrate the 4th of July — but a little early. We didn’t do anything too patriotic, but we did enjoy ourselves in a city that seems to keep on getting better and better.