Paris & Surrounding

Donna Evleth and croissant, Boulangerie Delattre

Holiday in Paris: The Croissants of August

In search of the perfect croissant for her daily breakfast ritual, Paris resident Donna Evleth sets out on the Great Croissant Hunt when her favorite local bakery in the 6th arrondissement is closed during a long holiday weekend.

Food & Drink

Donna Evleth and croissant, Boulangerie Delattre

Holiday in Paris: The Croissants of August

In search of the perfect croissant for her daily breakfast ritual, Paris resident Donna Evleth sets out on the Great Croissant Hunt when her favorite local bakery in the 6th arrondissement is closed during a long holiday weekend.

France

Mayors Olivier Carré of Orléans and Mitch Landrieu of New Orleans in Orléans Nov. 28, 2017.

Orléans and New Orleans, Sisters at Last

Orléans and New Orleans have been bound by name ever since the latter’s founding as a French colony in 1718. But it wasn’t until January 5, 2018 that the French city on the northern tip of the Loire and the American city on a southern bend of the Mississippi formerly declared themselves related. Sisters, in fact.

Impressions

Donna Evleth and croissant, Boulangerie Delattre

Holiday in Paris: The Croissants of August

In search of the perfect croissant for her daily breakfast ritual, Paris resident Donna Evleth sets out on the Great Croissant Hunt when her favorite local bakery in the 6th arrondissement is closed during a long holiday weekend.

Americans Memories of WWI

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People

Understanding France: National Commemorations of 2018

A selection of 30 of France's 2018 National Commemorations—of saints, queens, and musicians, assassinations, treaties and war, slavery, gastronomy and science—that give insights into various aspects of French history, culture and politics.

Made in France

J. Barthouil boutique, Paris.

French Table: J. Barthouil Foie Gras and Smoked Salmon

Foie gras and smoked salmon, staples of the French celebratory and holiday table, are both produced with excellence and tradition by J. Barthouil, a family business located in southwest France with a shop in the Marais in Paris.

Lodging

Auberge du Templiers

Auberge des Templiers: Where the Relais & Châteaux Dream Began

Today’s Relais & Châteaux spans the globe from A(rgentina) to Z(ambia), with 544 resort/restaurant “members.” Of course, all this glamor had to start somewhere and “somewhere” turns out to be roughly 80 miles south of Paris, between Burgundy and the Loire Valley, at a quiet, family-run inn called the Auberge des Templiers.

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