Who Knew Irish Gin Was a Thing?

I didn’t. But a couple days after I landed in Ireland this year, I chatted with an affable bartender (is there any other kind in Ireland?) who told me that boutique gins were a thing in her country. I tried a few, and handily found my favorite: Dingle Gin. Of course, spending

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Time for Late-Summer French Salad Recipes

French Corn and Radish Salad Recipe

Recipes for easy French Summer Salads! Head to your city’s best market, come home, and make one of these great fresh French salads recipes. I’ve provided either the recipe itself or links with each so you can make them today.

1. French Corn and Radish

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Great Gifts for Bastille Day 2017

This is my second in a series of some posts leading up to Bastille Day, Friday, July 14th. But first, a history refresher:

What, Exactly, Is Bastille Day? Celebrated annually on July 14, Bastille Day is the national holiday of France.  It commemorates the start of the French Revolution, which began on July

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