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Paris A to G

… Laura’s Paris Cooking NotebookKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Read about food, wine, travel, & everyday things. Try my recipes, easy to make, healthy & tasty.

39VaugirardKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – All about Paris. Based on our experience and tons of articles kept in numerous random folders that may now be thrown out.

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A Day in the LifeKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Karalynn – I write like I talk: a lot. I an open book and I tell it like it is. I love people like theres no tomorrow and will stand up for my friends without hesitation. Some of my favorite things include traveling, Korean barbeque, and my family! I am moving to France to be a nanny to young children and have been being shaped and molded for this experience for quite a while and it’s amazing what God can do when you let him use you! I am looking forward to opportunities that are going to come from living abroad and the people I will meet!!! Follow me as I share all of those….

A Glimpse of ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – www.glimpsebeads.com

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A Paris LifeKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – APARISLIFE is committed to uncover, select and examine the city’s most exciting, alluring, edgy, amusing and meaningful events, trends and locations. Above all APARISLIFE is committed to report on the parisian lifestyle to help city-dwellers or visitors to go right away where Paris’s heart is beating.  Cosmopolitan, smart, savvy grown-ups, city-dwellers or visitors, APARSILIFE readers are at the forefront of what’s happening in the major cities of the world. They are open-minded, aware travelers, who thrive on creativity and culture and believe in quality, sustainability and integrity. They are assured to get, on APARISLIFE, the information that fits their lifestyle.


à pied dans les rues de Paris

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – November 08, 2010

Well, I just couldn’t resist reviewing à pied dans les rues de Paris! This new bi-lingual blog is so gorgeous that I just couldn’t help myself! à pied dans les rues de Paris is the masterpiece of Julie who describes herself as… “Fraying the edge of her urban space.”

What a nice thing to be doing; I’m often, myself, described as “Fraying the nerves of anyone in, or close to, my urban space.” I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or not. I am sure that anyone who lists Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast (his greatest work of fiction, in my opinion) as one of her favourite books can’t have a bad bone on her body (although I’m not sure that Scott Fitzgerald would agree?)

Now, I’m pretty sure that this is going to be both an easy and a difficult review to do.





A Seattleite in Paris

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – July 26, 2010

You know, reading this blog, A Seattleite in Paris, firmly establishes what I’ve long suspected, that I really am the most desperately pathetic under-achiever!

I’m not saying it’s a bad thing, in fact, I think it’s something I can take pride in. If I knew how to cook brownies I would give the last brownie as a prize, to me, the saddest act here.

You see, even though I’ve been blogging for four years now, I’ve really not managed to address the range of subjects that A Seattleite in Paris manages to cover and my rants sound, well, wimpy and pathetic compared to hers!


A Year in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – My name is Coco and I am a 22 year old graduate. I am filled with passion and love my life. I have had incredible opportunities and amazing experiences.  I’m currently in a whirlwind leading me to the end of a chapter in my life: college. The best four years, so far, of my life. College life has truly been an unforgettable experience. And let me tell you, I did it all–greek life, associated students, organizations, being involved with my major, meeting the greatest friends ever, the list goes on and on. But there was always a part missing… travel. Unfortunately I never got to study abroad and that was always something I regretted. So I feel that now is my time. I am ready to take the world by storm.  I am currently an au pair for two wonderful boys in a little village 40 minutes outside of Paris. My world is now filled with cartoons, games, crying, and sillyness. However, a chance to live in this incredible country overflowing with delicious food and remarkable beauty is truly phenomenal.  Though hesitant, I am excited and curious for the next chapter. So follow me along my journey–wherever it takes me. Here comes the ups and downs of a recent college graduate…

A Year in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 - I am currently an au pair for two wonderful boys in a little village 40 minutes outside of Paris. My world is now filled with cartoons, games, crying, and sillyness. However, a chance to live in this incredible country overflowing with delicious food and remarkable beauty is truly phenomenal.

A Year of Change – Le BlogKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Le Blog – no longer updated (25/08/10)

A Year of KirKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – 10 months in Paris – here goes!

À La ParisienneKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Chantal Carleton – “It is necessary not to be “myself,” still less to be “ourselves.” The city gives one the feeling of being at home. We must take the feeling of being at home into exile. We must be rooted in the absence of a place.” — Simone Weil

Adventures in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – What happens when one Canadian girl gets laid-off after 26 years? She goes to Paris with her best friend for 5 weeks!

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Alive in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Hi and welcome to everyone! I am American and my wife – Yoyo ! – is French (born in Paris). We have the good fortune of living in Paris, where our cultural differences give us complementary perspectives on what we are able to discover here. This  blog, which has 1 heart, 2 voices and 4 hands is inevitably subjective…  Its purpose is to share – in English and in French – with all who love Paris, our favorite things : happenings (movies, art exhibitions, and all sorts of cultural events), photography, good places (shops and restaurants), advice and tips. Thank you for visiting… and don’t hesitate to leave a comment!

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An American at Home in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Last post 14th July 2o10 – Lisa seems to have gone back to the USA.


An Alien Parisienne

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – March 21, 2010

An Alien Parisienne is Paris Karin’s blog which, to use her own words… “is an attempt to document Paris from my perspective as an alien Parisienne (not in the “native” sense, but the “residential” one). I am an American chick who has found herself a resident of Paris and feeling alien each and every day. I lead a gluten-free, rather solitary existence in the cultural capital of the world: Paris.”

Well, now we know that, let’s see what we can find of interest in Karin’s blog.

I suppose I should have taken Karin’s advice and started with A Beginning of Something but I didn’t.

Instead, I threw caution to the wind and dived into the lengthy and very interesting The Writer’s Altar, a Parisian Leafy Mess, and Dog Poo.


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An American in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Keith Eckstein – Last updated – 18/02/09

An American in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Keith Eckstein – Last updated – 25/09/09 – I followed my dreams to Paris for business school in September 2006. Since then, I’ve finished school, an internship and found a real, permanent job in the City of Lights. Stay tuned for semi-regular accounts of my adventures.


An American Mum in Paris

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – March 29, 2010

So, there I was… casually doing some research for a little project when I did a Google search on the phrase…. “bookless zombie mama” (don’t ask – you really don’t want to know and even if you did want to know I’d be too embarrassed to tell you and even if you plied me with vast quantities of Ricard, I probably wouldn’t tell you either – but it may be worth your while trying!) and what popped up, top of the list?

Yes, it was An American Mum in Paris!

I had another go and typed in the phrase….”mice condoms” (believe me, it’s a very specialist little research project that I’m working on. You are probably better off not knowing the details!) and guess what?


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An hour from ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Annabel Simms was born in England, of Hungarian parentage, and lived in London until 1991. She came to Paris on a year’s sabbatical from her job as a college lecturer, and never left. She now works as a freelance English teacher and writer.


Ann Mah

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – March 22, 2010

My visit to Ann Mah reminds me that I seem to have been spending rather a lot of time in Paris recently.

This will have to stop. I shall have to find somewhere else to visit.

It’s not that I dislike Paris (although I chose to move to rural Brittany when I left London, and rural Brittany is about as far away from Paris as Basingstoke is from the moon!), it’s more that there seem to be rather a lot of foodie bloggers in Paris and I’m really starting to worry about my waistline!


Another American in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Nicole Davis is just another American lured to France by the promise of romance and beauty who innocently believed that the fact that she doesn’t speak French would be but a minor detail. Finding the French language more essential than she intially realized she decided to start this blog as an English-language forum for the questions and curiosities she encounters during her stay. Don’t be alarmed by the sarcastic and sometimes self-deprecating manner in which the blog is written – she’s fully aware she’s doing it.

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Arnold Lozano PhotographyKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – D’origine américaine (Californie), je réside à Paris. A majority of my photos are taken with a Nikon N80 (good ol’ 35mm). The others are taken with whatever’s around, mostly my cell phone. Thanks for visiting! Please contact me if interested in purchasing professional prints.

Back in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – After a year in Roumania, I return to my ‘previous’ life in Paris…

BadaudeKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Ba’daude (nf); a person given to idle observation of everything with wonder or astonishment; a credulous or gossipy idler.

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Barbra Austin

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – July 8, 2010

There are three good reasons why I decided to review Barbra Austin‘s blog today.

The first is that she, like me, blogs to say when she hasn’t blogged!

Now I know that that doesn’t really make much sense but, you’ll have to excuse me as it is rather hot here in Brittany and we’re really not used to the heat and it hasn’t rained for almost two weeks (and we’re certainly not used to that!) and my Long Johns are sticking to my nether regions and I’m a bit scared to take them off as I’m not too sure what I’ll find underneath!


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Beth ArnoldKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Letter from Paris

Blanc et CaramelKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Welcome to my blog! I hope you enjoy your visit. My name is Chani, I’m 29, Swiss and I’ve been living in Paris for a few years now. Beautiful and inspiring things are very important to me. I love white and shabby country style furniture, everything from the simple nordic country house style to romantic and elegant ornaments, vintage decor with playful details and combined with the charme of French brocante elements. I love creating and crafting.

Boston’s Excellent France AdventureKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – I am an American student who just finished up college in Michigan. I will eventually be certified to teach English and French at the Secondary level. For my next adventure, I will teach English in France for seven months, starting in October.

Blue ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – I’m Jennifer Weaver, and thanks for stopping by my blog. A stroke of good fortune landed me here in Paris, where I eat saucisson and fromage, travel the globe, and work full-time as a music journalist for a French news agency. In my past lives, I grew up in East Texas, was a magazine writer in NYC, and lived in San Francisco for 12 years, writing and editing for design firms, dot coms, magazines, and the city’s largest theater company. I’d love to hear from you, either here or at jkweaver2 at gmail dot com.

Boston’s Excellent France AdventureKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – I am an American student who just finished up college in Michigan. I will eventually be certified to teach English and French at the Secondary level. For my next adventure, I will teach English in France for seven months, starting in October.

Busy as a Bee in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – One busy wife & mom trying to be fruitful and creative, while making her life and home in France! …just seeking things of beauty and trying to create a little sweetness along the way…

Cakes, Couture & CieKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – I’m a thirty-something year old girl living and working in France with her husband, baby girl, a cat named Simon and an immoderate amount of tea.  When I’m not at work, taking care of my daughter or attending to other typical evening and weekend business, I enjoy all activities related to baking, sewing and everything in between. I don’t always have as much time as I would like to spend on my hobbies, but I try to fit them in whenever I can.  This creation of this blog came from my desire to document my creative pursuits and share them with my family, friends and anyone else who may be interested. Enjoy! – Brooke

Carla loves PhotographyKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – I am an Australian photographer living in Paris. I love photography, Italy, Paris, films, books and life. These are the people, places, faces, photos and photographers that continue to inspire me.

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Caroline (used to be) in ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – When I started this blog, it was all about my experience in Paris while I was living there. But now that we’ve moved back to Berkeley, California, it seems that it’s turned more into a mommy blog. I still have a lot of rich memories from Paris, though, that I plan on sharing soon.


C’est la me…

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – February 18, 2010

Although C’est la me… has been going since 2005, there was only one entry for 2009. Amy, the blog’s author, seems to be making up for the drought with 4 posts so far in 2010.

The quality of the posts (and the subtle sense of humour that underlies them) has made me decide to feature this site today; quality over quantity!

I do wonder about the 9 month period between Deputise me! (a 527 word post about dog poo) and American Psycho (you need to have read the book to understand; and, if you do understand… perhaps this isn’t the right blog for you?)

What was Amy busy doing?



Candy Froggie’s Lair

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – April 25, 2010

Candy Froggie’s Lair has got to be one of the most undiscovered blogs in my preferred section of the blogosphere.

With 2680 posts going back over the last 9 years, why oh why, has she only got 4 followers on her Google friend Connect? Surely there must be some mistake (or perhaps something is broken?)

As well as being one of the most undiscoveredest (not sure if that’s a real word but if it isn’t, it ought to be one!) blogs around, it’s also one of the funniest and most interesting!

But with all those post (hey, it’s going to take me to Christmas to read all of them), it’s hard to know where to begin.

So, I guess I’ll dive right in and see where I surface!


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Chuck Kuhn’s Paris in PhotosKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Independent Photographer available 24/7 Humanitarian Trips planned for India, Egypt & Vietnam in 2011. Please contact me at chuckkuhnphotos@gmail.com for more information. Skype number is ckuhn55@skype.com

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Coco á ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Coco is a Los Angeles native living in Paris.

Coming to my Seine-ses!Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 -

Confessions of a Wannabe WriterKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 -

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Creepy Query Girl

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – November 29, 2010

Creepy Query Girl is a blog that I actually came across when I was googling for some “writing advice” and it was only by pure chance that I noticed that Katie (the author of Creepy Query Girl) lives in France.

Should I review it? I wondered.

Well, after a bit of research I discovered that Katie lives in Paris which means she’s probably quite mad – tick that box.

Then I saw her photo and thought to myself… “Certainly looks mad!” – tick that box.

Then, a quick browse down the sidebar showed me that I could expect posts with titles such as… I feel like a sperm and Is that a wrinkle in your jeans?

That ticked another box for me.

A quick google indicated that 3 posts mentioned poop and 3 posts mentioned vomit.

In other words, a perfectly balanced blog – tick that box.

And finally, Katie has got three kids.

Thus, if she wasn’t mad she most certainly must be by now – a tick in the final box and the decision was made!

And I bet you were all wondering how I choose the blogs that I review?


CRYSTAL GOES TO EUROPEKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – This Canadian came to France in 2005 to teach English for 8 months, met and married a lovely Frenchie, and is now trying to make the best of her life in France though it’s not always easy!

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Daily Photo in Paris

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – August 06, 2010

Daily Photo in Paris is Laurent’s blog about the city he loves (and I’ll give a hint about what city that is… There’s a clue in the title of the blog and it certainly isn’t Basingstoke!)

With 383 posts over the last 18 months there’s no way that I’m going to be able to cover all that this photoblog has to offer.

So, instead, I plan to ask my friend, Mr Google to help me find the bestest of the best bits to share with you.

And, of course, I had to start with this lovely photo of a Citroen truck.

Now, I know it’s not a 2CV but I like to think it’s what a 2CV would become if it had to grow up!


Dancing through ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – A blog ranging from antiques, interior design, all things French and Italian, traveling and the many other aspects of my life.

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Deux FrontièresKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Deux frontières (that’s two frontiers in English), is a poetic attempt to reference both the personal and the political. It will include recommendations and reflextions about art, design, food, the environment, urban planning, travel.


Diary of an Adult Runaway

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – April 4, 2010

Diary of an Adult Runaway is Gabirelle’s blog about her life in Paris where she writes, listens to music, talks far too much about the President of the USA and seems to spend a lot of her time (as she , herself, admits)… Making a general nuisance of myself in the 16th!

The story starts (as I suspect many of the best stories start) with A Loft in Montmartre.

This post describes how Gabrielle drags 2 cats (without asking their permission), on a 24 hour flight (not to mention the indignity of the rabies shots and micro-chipping), from Australia to end up in a 7th floor studio flat (with a constant mould problem), before transplanting them to a dream apartment with a balcony (with a view of the Eiffel Tower) and a bathtub!


Do this do thatKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – I’m Swedish and I live and work in Paris. I spend most of my time at work or at home watching TV-series with my wife.

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Emily’s French LifeKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Keith Eckstein – Not updated since 17/12/09 – I think that Emily and her husband have moved back to the States.

Enjoying Paris On and Off the Beaten PathKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 - Sally Peabody is a writer and Paris specialist dedicated to getting her readers and savvy independent travelers to their best in Paris, on and off the beaten path all year round. She also leads small groups to enjoy various culinary immersions in Paris, Lyon and the Pays Basque in spring and fall. New tours for 2011 include Paris Through Eyes of Faith and heading east… Istanbul.Ephesus.Cappodocia. DETAILS: http://www.yourgreatdaysinparis.com

Equisite AbundanceKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – I feel so cool now… “Being an artist means belonging to a unique, exciting gang of outlaws.” Robert Venosa

Etienne MarcelKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Paris randomness…food, shopping, movies, books, the sights, and more food. Last time I was resolutely right bank, this time I’m getting to know the left bank. Even better the second time around!

EtnobofinKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – etnobofin started in Auckland, New Zealand, and after several years in Oxford and a stint in Birmingham, I’m now infesting Montpellier (that’s in France).  (Keith Eckstein 22/10/10 – now in Paris, I think?)

Everyday FranceKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – This is a site about every day life in France, and the differences between living & working in France and the US, and how France has changed me. All written from a dumb American’s (that’d be me!) point of view.  A bit of information about me:  I’m American who dreamed of living abroad, particularly in France. I studied French and sent my CV (résumé) to every French company I could find on the internet. I eventually even paid for my own trip to Paris in order to see the Eiffel Tower several companies. It was a gamble, but it paid off as I was offered a job. Seven months later I was living out my dream, in Paris. Shortly after I met a beautiful French woman who is now my wife, and we’ve since started a family.


Evolving Revolver

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – May 02, 2010

Evolving Revolver is the story of Juliet Pennay; a writer and artist currently living the dream in Paris, The City of Lights.

Although the blog starts way back in April 2007, for me it all starts getting interesting in September 2008 when Juliet moves to France.

As she says herself, on that day… “Soon, this will actually feel like my life.”

From there we follow her transformation through trials and tribulations, some of which are funny, some less so.

Along the way we learn about Things to do in bed (I really must study that one in detail) and Juliet’s Productivity Hat and No Sex Socks (I wonder if those socks reduce the number of things to do in bed?)


Femme au FoyerKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Elspeth – 40+ mother of two. Not desperate and not a housewife. Can’t parallel park but good at the present perfect…

Finding ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Hello and welcome to Finding Paris!  Let me tell you a little more about myself and the inspiration behind this blog…  My name is Kaitlin, and I am from Maine. I grew up there but spent my four years of college in Vermont. After graduating and earning a degree in psychology, I packed up my bags, gathered my money, kissed my goodbyes and headed off to Europe. Two months, seven countries and countless life experiences later, I was settling back into my cozy roots in Maine. As good as it was to be home, I knew I had been bitten by the travel bug and that it would not take long before I was itching to embark on another journey. Sure enough, it has been two years since my return from Europe, and I am ready to head off again for my next great adventure. This trip, however, has a bit of a different feel than the last. Rather than taking on the care-free spontaneity and anxious unknown of a backpacker’s journey, I will instead be relishing the security and structure of a life abroad as a “local”. I am thrilled to say that I have accepted a position as an au pair for a wonderful and loving French family in Sèvres, a suburb of Paris, France. I will be leaving the USA at the beginning of October and spending a year as an American au pair in Paris, likely dazed and confused but dizzily happy and aiming to take it all in with just two wide eyes and one open mind. Follow me along as I spend the year finding Paris…

Five months until ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 - Je m’appelle Cynthia.  J’habite en Pennsylvania, United States.  I will be turning fifty this year and have planned a trip to Paris to celebrate this big birthday. I’ve travelled to England twice, to Spain, many parts of Canada, and throughout the United States. I’ve always wanted to visit Paris. This blog is about my anticipation, excitement and trip planning as I get ready for this new adventure – and continues to present my observations and thoughts post trip. Come along with me!

Foreign PartsKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – currently reporting from Paris, France.


French Mariyln’s Blog

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – September 29, 2010

There are a lot of mad female bloggers in Paris (as we well know here, at the International Headquarters of A Taste of Garlic) but I have the feeling that French Marilyn is not one of them (although she is certainly female and a blogger!)

She does have a rather close and suspect relationship with a serial killer but, I’m going to leave the investigation of that until a little bit later on.

French Marilyn’s Blog is the blog of Marilyn Z. Tomlins who lives and writes in Paris.

I have a feeling that a review of this blog is going to be a long and tiring process so, as I always say, best fill the belly first!


Frenchless in FranceKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Linda Mathieu’s experiences living as an American expat in France.

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Geeky Chi-chi does ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – A Canadian who decided to make her 3rd trip to Paris a long one. Follow my journey of finally becoming bilingual as I live and work in the City of Lights.

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Girl Cook in Paris

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – September 29, 2010

Girl Cook in Paris is the fascinating and mouthwateringly tasty blog of Diane who says of herself…

Hi, my name is Diane. I’m an American (born in the Chicago area) married to a Belgian, and now living in Paris. In 2005 I decided to make a big career change when we moved to Paris….I left the petrochemicals/water treatment world and went back to school (Ecole Ferrandi). This time to follow a passion – the art of french cuisine. Since then I’ve been consumed in it and loving every minute! I’ve now set up my own business in Paris which enables me to work as a private chef. I offer chef services at client’s homes, at our apartment, or at Paris addresses. I also offer cooking lessons and will sell my favorite things (macarons, bagels, terrine de foie gras, etc, etc). I custom-tailor my services – it’s more personal that way and hopefully, more enjoyable for everyone! If you have any questions, or wish to contact me, you can send me a message at the following email address: girlcookinparis@gmail.com”

So, what can we find to eat in Diane’s kitchen?


Girl meet ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 - This blog started as a continuing story of my first trip to Paris in 2006. Now it’s all my trips to Paris, mixed up (like me) but I hope still a fun read! I will blog about other things too, but hopefully, always with that certain ”je ne sais quoi!”

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God, I Love Paris

Keith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Reviewed – February 27, 2010

You know, I nearly didn’t review this blog and that would have been a real shame.

It was in my list of blogs to take a look at when I get a moment but, I thought it wouldn’t be my sort of thing.

Am I glad that I decided to have a quick browse of God, I love Paris!

The first post I saw was Move over Bacon

That was followed by The Meaty Side of Paris.

I drifted from that, in a trance, to Farm Fresh and by the time I got to Multi-course Madness I was, for want of a better phrase… Well and truly buggered!


Good Morning ParisKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 – Isabel Lindström – One of these swedish girls in Paris.

Halfway HomeKeith Eckstein 15/12/10 - JACQUELYN – ILE-DE-FRANCE, FRANCE – I recently graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in Government and in French. So of course the next logical step was to move to France where I’ll be teaching English for the next 9 months at several primary schools.


If you know of any other blogs from English speaking expats living in Paris, please let me know and I’ll add them to this page.

And if you decide to visit any of the blogs shown on this page, why not leave a comment and say hello? It can sometimes be a lonely business (or, rather, hobby) being a blogger and an unexpected comment or email can really put a sparkle on the day!

All the best

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