Helena takes a closer look into the complex and contradictory thought processes of the ever chic Parisienne parfaite.
Meet Susan Herrmann Loomis, award-winning author of 'In a French Kitchen', journalist, and professional chef.
So appropriate! "Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are." by American aphorist (and professor of French) Mason Coole.
This week, Jacqui shares her review of 'In a French Kitchen' by the professional chef, Susan Herrmann Loomis.
Heading to Paris? Don't forget to read these 5 books before you go to truly understand the city.
'Nous sommes la France' is a phrase that has been used to express French solidarity following the Charlie Hebdo attacks in early 2015. But who exactly is this 'nous' and what is 'France'? asks French journalist Natacha in her new book, 'Nous sommes la France'.
Why is it that French literature is hard to come by in our bookstores?
We need more reminders of who we have been as a society and what we can become.
I have a weakness for films and books about France and food. This is especially true when they’re set in restaurant kitchens...
Annie Ernaux’s ‘Positions’ (‘La Place’, Gallimard, 1983) is the perfect antidote to all those heavily marketed ‘beach reads’ and flashy summer blockbusters vying for your attention in airport bookshops.