On the Paris endangered eats list is the Jambon-Beurre sandwich. Nothing more than a super amazing baguette with salted French butter and Parisian ham, it's the simplest combo but a good version is harder and harder to find.
When you love food as much as we do, it can be hard to decide where to go and what to eat, especially since there are different cities for different types of eater. So, here it is: our list of cities for (almost) every type of eater out there.
February 2nd is a busy day: it's Groundhog Day, of course, but one holiday that flies under the radar a bit is La Chandeleur. This is a Catholic holiday that happens 40 days after Christmas and is celebrated in throughout the world and in places we work (it’s known as Dia De Candelaria in Mexico)...
People are really particular about this sandwich. If we're calling a spade a spade, it's basically Niçoise Salad in a sandwich but people tend to get really offended if you say that. So, instead, I'll just say this: on my trip to Provence, I was eating this sandwich on the regular. There are countless variations, but this version is my favorite.
We love Paris in the spring time, we love Paris in the fall—in fact, we can’t think of a season where we don't love Paris. Or a day that wouldn’t be a little better if it started with a café noisette and a croissant from Gontran Cherrier. But then croissants don’t make the best souvenirs, so we're sharing our five favorite Paris-inspired gifts.
Lunch in Provence is more than just a meal. It's a joyful celebration of what the region has to offer. And trust us, Provence's bounty — with its centuries-old heritage and devoted producers — is soul food.