Monthly Archives: March 2012

Beekeeping

When I was a kid you would be hard pressed to find a dandelion that didn’t come with a steady flow of honey bees pollinating the flower, sucking nectar and then flying back to the hive to deposit its bounty while being replaced on the … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Sisters

Last week we had dinner at the relatively new La Regalade St-Honore near Les Halles in the 1st arrondissement. Years ago we had a more then enjoyable dinner at the original and still operating La Regalade on ave Jean-Moulin in … Continue reading

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Paris Cookbook Fair 2012

Probably a fitting conclusion to the exhibition week. It began last weekend with the Agriculture Salon and a focus on food at the source then moved on and up the food chain to Europain which focused on training, equipment and a few … Continue reading

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Europain 2012

I thought the show was smaller in many ways then the few that I have attended in the past. There was less diversity of products even with more then 1,300 to review. Matfer was there but their on-floor sales area … Continue reading

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Salon de l’Agriculture 2012

I don’t think there was a single child left in Paris or its environs yesterday. They were all at the Porte de Versailles staring with great wonder at the animals. Big, small and in between they were all there both … Continue reading

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