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Helpful advice for frequent expat travelers who want to keep their healthy eating habits while travelling on an airplane and stay away from some less than appetising plane food.
Infuse your weekly meals with a dash of French inspiration – there are many top French foods the whole family will eat.
Get your appetite ready to travel Paris's international street food scene, from gourmet grilled cheese and pulled-pork sandwiches to arepas to the classic French 'jambon' baguette.
Like many French holiday traditions, the focus of Christmas and New Year's celebrations in France is on the table. Here's how to prepare French-style Christmas food.
Find out why Lyon has been known as the world's food capital for some 80 years with these top 10 facts on Lyon's gastronomy.
Wine educator Sharona Tsubota provides a perfect base to navigating the sophisticated French wine scene and more than 350 French cheeses.
Organic, natural and biodynamic wines are a raging trend in many Parisian wine bars. Test your palate at these top wine bars in Paris as recommended by the Girls' Guide to Paris.
Brunch connoisseur and American expat Becoming Madame lists the best brunches in Paris she's had the pleasure the try.
The best of Paris's cafe culture to relive the lifestyles of bygone famous artists and philosophers.
James Bond might have cause for concern but most other fans of fine French wine can relax: your habit should not become significantly more expensive over the coming year.
Marie Tagliaferro at 'helmut newcake' may be the only pastry chef to offer gluten-free patisserie delicacies in pastry-loving France.
Travel writer Rick Steves shares some facts and tips for experiencing wine and encourages us to break out and experiment.
Rick Steves learn how to appreciate shopping for the freshest fruits and vegetables at Paris street markets.
Faced with competition such as theatres and internet, countless French villages cafes have been forced to come up with creative ways to defend their role as the hub of village life.
The chateaux of Bordeaux are opening their private doors to visitors - but only if you have very deep pockets.