By Ann | September 12, 2013
I’m spending the next few weeks with Baby Lucy, but I’m also celebrating her (book) twin — my new food memoir, Mastering the Art of French Eating! I’ve prepared a few posts in advance, including a new weekly series that I’m excited to introduce: Where to Eat in France.
Because I often get asked for restaurant suggestions — from people visiting places that I love — I thought it might be helpful to share some of my favorite bonnes adresses from my travels and book research. Every Thursday, I’ll feature a different city or region of France, its signature dish, and some of the best places to eat it. If you’ve ever wondered where to find boeuf bourguignon in Burgundy, the best buckwheat galettes in Brittany, or steak frites in Paris (today’s post!), this series is for you.
These posts also feature the snapshots I took while on my research travels — photographs I’ve been saving for years (in some cases) to share with you. They’re sort of a behind-the-scenes glimpse of my book.
I’m so excited to share my culinary discoveries — and would love to learn about your favorite spots to eat in France, too. Leave your suggestions in the comments!
Hungry for more? Today’s post is a companion to my new book, Mastering the Art of French Eating, a food memoir that Library Journal says “is sure to delight lovers of France, food, or travel.” The book will be published September 26, but you can pre-order your copy here: