Janice Mariè

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18 Libraries Every Book Lover Should Visit In Their Lifetime

If you love books, libraries are some of the most spectacular buildings in the world.<p>To celebrate these monumentally important buildings, we've complied a list of the most magnificent libraries on the planet.<p>From a library hidden in the forests of Beijing to one in Egypt that was designed like a …

Salty, Deep-Dark Chocolate Brownies

340<p>44<p>3<p>Shares 387<p>When I was in Brooklyn a few months back doing a booksigning with the lovely folks from The Brooklyn Kitchen, a friendly woman came …

luckypeach:

<b>Lucky Peach #13 is our “Feel the Joy” issue</b>, and it arrives just in time for the holiday season.<p>Like Dorie Greenspan, the high priestess of holiday (and year-round) baking, we’re indiscriminate lovers of all holidays. There’s fiction from Anthony Bourdain that includes real advice on how not to ruin a turkey dinner (hint: two turkeys) and recipes for recreating Peter Meehan’s traditional Christmas Eve Feast of the One Fishes.<p>Our celebrations take us all around the world, from a halal butcher …

Thank you / Sly & the Family Stone LIVE ! on soul train

Zebu. It's What's For Dinner! #Madagascar

#Madagascar

Train trip #Madagascar

Winter Salad with Pecans, Pears and Gorgonzola

358<p>6<p>Shares 364<p>I eat a salad almost every day. I grab a big bowl, make dressing in it, then toss in whatever ingredients I have on hand. It might be a …

Belleville Brulerie & Holybelly

5<p>13<p>2<p>Shares 20<p>Hoo-boy, do I remember the bunch of flack (to say the least!) for mentioning way-back-when that the coffee in Paris could use a bit of, …

Red Wine Poached Pear Tart

241<p>1K<p>4<p>Shares 2K<p>Some say that the French can be very narrow in their definitions of things, which is why traditional French cuisine can be so simple, …

Gastrique

50<p>19<p>2<p>Shares 71<p>I don’t regularly watch American cooking programs and competitions, although occasionally I come across them on TV here in France, …

Crisp Baked Tofu

359<p>54<p>3<p>Shares 416<p>Someday, someone is going set up a camera in my place. At least I hope so. Because over the last three years, I can safely say that …

Paris Flea Markets and Thrift Stores

253<p>98<p>3<p>Shares 354<p>When I lived in a small apartment, I had to dial down buying everything. As folks in Paris say: “Something in, something out” – …

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Granola

114<p>3<p>2<p>Shares 119<p>We all want granola to be healthy. But some granolas are so sweet they could easily qualify as candy. But since I tend to spend the …

My Paris Kitchen book tour

I’ve finally reached a milestone in my life because I am actually going on a book tour. Yes, I can barely believe it myself. After years of …

Wild Garlic (or Ramps) Pasta

197<p>2<p>1<p>Shares 200<p>I’ve become weary – and wary – of the American aisles in European supermarkets. And have come to the conclusion that people think we …

Josey Baker’s Adventure Bread

4K<p>3K<p>8<p>Shares 7K<p>It gives me a little frowny face when people tell me that they can’t find good bread in America. But I’m turnin’ that frown upside down …

Food: Transforming the American Table 1950-2000, at the Smithsonian Museum

Unfortunately, book tours offer little – if any – free time. Sometimes you want to check out places that are miles away from your hotel, which are …

A weekend in the French Countryside

The first true weekend of spring just happened here. Well, there may have been some nice days when I was gone, but the weather was fairly glorious …

Les Provinces and Cafe des Abattoirs

My perfect day in Paris is one that starts at the Marché d’Aligre. I’d get there first thing in the morning, around 9 A.M. as the flea market vendors …

Update: A l’Etoile d’Or

If you’d ever stepped into A l’Etoile d’Or, the candy and chocolate shop located just down the hill from the Moulin Rouge windmill, near Montmartre, …

Our Tour de France

60<p>2<p>1<p>Shares 63<p>The French often say, “There’s no need to leave France – we have everything here!” While it’s easy to brush it off as chauvinism, it’s …

Fresh Corn Soup

305<p>1K<p>5<p>Shares 2K<p>When I was on book tour last spring, a charming woman brought me a personally signed cookbook that she thought might have once been …

Our Tour de France, Part 2

105<p>2<p>Shares 107<p>I, myself, have recovered better than my camera’s memory card, which is <i>en route</i> back to Sony, who said they would try to recover the …