Archive for May, 2013

Oranges Le Marche aux Enfants Rouges Paris

Le Marche aux Enfants Rouges – Paris

This market in the North Marais was a gem of a find. It is the oldest covered market in Paris dating back to 1615. Slightly on the scruffy side, the food is nevertheless worth finding. The entrance is not immediately obvious and, when we went, was covered with scaffolding. The curious name of the market hails back to the 17th
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Egg and Salt Kitchen Journeys

Egg Mayonnaise: Parisian Bistro Classic

What is it with Parisians and Ouefs Durs Mayonnaise? A bistro classic so beloved that it has a society for its preservation? Yes, it is called Association de sauvegarde de l’ouef mayo (ASOM) and it selects the best egg mayo in Paris each year. Perhaps it is a Parisian particularity, one of those foods you yearn for from your childhood,
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