Monthly Archives: June 2012

Father’s Day

Being the eldest of three, and a girl, naturally makes me “daddy’s little girl”. I’ve discovered that this is a title that never wears off regardless of age or time.  It was a superpower that I proudly flaunted through my childhood years and, today, serves as a huge privilege, almost like a badge of honor.  It is something he […]

Paris vs. New York – a tally of two cities

I stumbled upon this blog a few months ago and thought it was absolutely genius.  Having experienced both Paris and New York first hand, I found the visual contrasts highly amusing and incredibly true…not to mention so well executed!! The genius behind these stunning artworks is a graphic designer who lives between both cities and […]

Becoming French

A few weeks ago in my excited stupor, I hit the bookstore in search of some good reading material on life in France and more particularly, on the mind-boggling subject of the French.  My amazing French teacher Isabelle, had recommended a great book (When in France do as the French Do) but it seemed as […]

The Art of the Baguette

This past weekend was relaxed and passed by quite quickly. On Saturday, we attended a bread-baking class  at a German bakery. We learned how to make multi-cereal rolls and the famous French staple – the baguette! Here you can see some of the photos leading to 4 piping hot baguettes… Crunchy on the outside and […]

Quel arrondissement?

Since I first received the offer, the biggest question after “when will i move?” has been “where will i live?” I know Paris like most visitors do and I know which areas I love the most but being a tourist and being a resident are two very different things and so I have taken the task of […]

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Notes to Sami

food to glow

feel good food that's good for you

Cooking Up The Pantry

Feeding a hungry family!

Violet's Vegan Comics

Vegan Children's Stories

A Free spirited Fish

An insight into my life of holistic living, travelling and surfing

The Baking Owl

a blog written by an aspiring 17 year old baker.

The Home Journal of the Palestinian Vegetarian

At Home, Cooking, Delicious Healthy Food of Palestine

Sweet Pax

Cakes, bakes and more...


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Extraordinary Kitchen

One -Of- A- Kind Vegetarian Whole Food and Travel Stories

Boulder Baking Queen

Baking for the baked.

Daisy Cakes

A puppy and her girl's confectionery journey

Bucket List Publications

Indulge- Travel, Adventure, & New Experiences


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