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January 22, 2018

Imagine a warm summer evening in Marseille... A light salty breeze coming from the Mediterranean Sea, careless laughter of tired fishermen, coming home after a long day in the sun and a cozy little restaurant where you can have a glass of wine, watch the sea and intera...

January 22, 2018

French novelist Marcel Proust must have thought of Madeleines when he came up with the name for his work Les Plaisirs et Les Jours (Pleasures and Days). After all, Madeleines were his favourite amongst all enticing French desserts. Here is the most surprising thing abo...

January 22, 2018

Imagine yourself waking up in the luxurious comfort of white satin sheets. The sun is playing in the trees and there is a gentle breeze coming through your open window, bringing in the smell of the distant sea and ripe apples. You spread your arms, give your body a str...

January 22, 2018

Someone once told me a story about the beginnings of the posh little delicacy called escargot. After the French Revolution, two Parisian chefs wanted to introduce something new to their menu that would intrigue tourists and subsequently make extra cash. When translated...

January 21, 2018

As a food journalist I have attended many dinner parties and gatherings. I cooked and dined with the most talented chefs from India, France, Japan, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Egypt, Iran and many other parts of the world that have incredible cuisines. I ate with my hands a...

January 21, 2018

Clafoutis is one of my favourite French desserts. It represents everything that French food stands for - it uses uncomplicated ingredients, it is elegant, it showcases ingredients that are abundantly found in the region of the dish's origin. In other words, it's perfec...