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15th Anniversary of Eye Prefer Paris

On June 26, 2006 I launched Eye Prefer Paris, and last Friday was the 15th anniversary. Here’s the first post I wrote.   About This blog This blog is about how a native New Yorker dreamed of moving to Paris …… and what he discovered once he got there. Come live this Paris dream vicariously through the eyes(and ears) of Richard Nahem. He writes his blog from his 18th century apartment overlooking tree-lined Place St. Paul in the fashionable Marais district of Paris. I had no idea wha...
Tags: Travel, France, Events, Paris, Italy, Eiffel Tower, Bill, Contests, Taylor, Meredith, Lyon, Gardens, Christian Dior, Jessica Simpson, Monet, Emilia Romagna


Comfort Food Recipes from Chef Charlotte Puckette

I invited my cooking class partner Charlotte Puckette to write a guest post today and share her comfort food recipes.   As the quarantine becomes more widespread and restaurants, bars and cafés close, many of us are eating more of our meals at home. But preparing food can be more than just a way to fed ourselves and others. Cooking during the confinement can be therapy for the cook and a delicious homemade meal can be a source of comfort for those around the table. Normally this time o...
Tags: Travel, France, Paris, Charlotte, Le Cordon Bleu, Richard Nahem, Cherry Tomatoes, Charlotte Puckette, Ethnic Paris Cookbook, Food & Gourmet Shops, Eye Prefer Paris Cooking Classes, Massaman Curry Sauce, Whole Orange Cake, Asparagus Cream and Lemon Savoury Clafoutis


Curate Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur Ramadan Buffet with Chef Fazley Yaakob

Where to buka puasa (break fast) this Ramadan in Kuala Lumpur? Check out Curate Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur Ramadan Buffet with celebrity guest Chef Dato’ Fazley Yaakob.  For this holy month of Ramadan, celebrity guest Chef Dato’ Fazley Yaakob and his team will take center-stage at the show kitchen of CurATE, the Hotel’s lively all-day restaurant assisted by Executive Chef Junious Dickerson and his team. Chef Fazley, known for his exceptional culinary talent sin...
Tags: Travel, Food, India, Malaysia, Paris, Kuala Lumpur, Hotel, Headline, Malaysia - Food, Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur, Dato, MYR, Petronas Twin Towers, Le Cordon Bleu, Char Siew, Marriot Hotel Kuala Lumpur


SAMPLE FOOD FESTIVAL 2018 presented by GOLD COAST AIRPORT

Sample Food Festival is proud to announce Gold Coast Airport as the Presenting Partner for the eighth annual Sample Food Festival to be held in the delightful village of Bangalow in the Byron Bay Shire on Saturday 1 September 2018. The one day event is a celebration of the diverse and rich produce, chefs, artisans and producers that the Northern Rivers of NSW is well renowned for. Sample has evolved into the largest gastronomic gathering in the Northern NSW calendar attracting 16,000+ locals, tr...
Tags: Travel, Food, Featured, Australia, New South Wales, Byron, Festivals & Events, Le Cordon Bleu, Michelle Wright, Gold Coast Airport, Marion Charlton, Bangalow, Byron Bay Shire, Gavin Hughes, Rose Taylor, Matthew Kemp


7 Enrichment Classes To Take In Bangkok If You Are Sick Of Shopping

Travelling is no longer just about sightseeing, stuffing your faces silly with food and taking photos for Instagram. An increasing number of holidaymakers are registering for classes and workshops when they visit a new destination to pick up a new skill or two. More often than not, a memorable experience is the greatest intangible takeaway after an overseas trip. From learning how to cook authentic Thai delicacies, acquiring skills in martial art Muay Thai to picking up the beautiful Thai langu...
Tags: Travel, Thailand, Anthropology, Bangkok, Editorial, Don, Bangkok Thailand, Sukhumvit, Le Cordon Bleu, Bangkok Travel Guide, Things To Do In Bangkok, Bangkok Baking Classes, Bangkok Cooking Classes, Bangkok Dancing Classes, Bangkok Enrichment Classes, Bangkok Language Classes


Where to Eat, Caffeinate, Shop and Stay in George Town, Penang: An Opinionated List (UPDATED August 2016)

            This post was first published a little over two years ago, and it's been one of the most viewed and shared posts ever since. We're still here in George Town, still eating around and taking in life in the city. Sometimes it seems that things never change here, but of course they do. And over five years after moving from Kuala Lumpur to Penang island we continue to stumble across new-to-us spots. So it seemed time for an update:     Our experience of George Town is somewhat uni...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, China, Southeast Asia, Singapore, India, Dave, Unesco, Malaysia, Anthropology, Kuala Lumpur, Street Food, Little India, Thaipusam, Melaka, George Town


Where to Eat, Stay and Shop in George Town, Penang: An Opinionated List (UPDATED August 2016)

          This post was first published a little over two years ago, and it's been one of the most viewed and shared posts ever since. We're still here in George Town, still eating around and taking in life in the city. Sometimes it seems that things never change here, but of course they do. And over five years after moving from Kuala Lumpur to Penang island we continue to stumble across new-to-us spots. So it seemed time for an update:       Our experience of George Town is somewhat un...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, China, Southeast Asia, Singapore, India, Dave, Unesco, Malaysia, Anthropology, Kuala Lumpur, Street Food, Thaipusam, Melaka, George Town, Penang


28 Best Bangkok Cafes – The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

Bangkok always surprises us with its cafes. The Thai city is amazing. Despite the messiness and occasional chaos, Bangkok gives us many reasons to return – and one of them is its cafe trend. Dessert cafes, coffee specialty houses, all-day brunch food… everything you desire, the Thai city probably has it. We consider ourselves lucky to be based in Singapore, and Bangkok is just a two-hour flight away. For 2016′s edition, we bring to you some of our favourites, as well as the trending ones in the...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Restaurants, Singapore, Thailand, Anthropology, Sun, Un, Bangkok, Editorial, Jones, Strawberry, Bangkok Travel, Lucia, Bangkok Thailand, Phillip


9 important life lessons from Canada

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Tags: Travel, New York, US, Toronto, Earth, Radiohead, Canada, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Vancouver, North America, Whistler, Montreal, Seattle, Quebec, Haiti


Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort chef excels at Le Cordon Bleu School in New Zealand

BY DONNA PARKIN — Chef Mohammed Shameer Khan, a junior sous chef at Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort, received a Certificate of Excellence from Le Cordon Bleu School in Wellington, New Zealand. Chef Khan was chosen to undertake the three-month course … Read More. To read the entire article please click the article title above.
Tags: Hotels, New Zealand, Khan, Wellington New Zealand, Le Cordon Bleu, Our 'Ohana / Personnel, DONNA PARKIN, Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort, Fiji Beach Resort


17 Cafes In Bangkok’s Thonglor And Ekkamai

Thonglor used to be just another one of those unassuming hoods in Bangkok, until its fate changed some years ago. All it took was a leap of faith by some entrepreneurs who decided to run cafes in Thonglor Seen Space, and that whole area started booming and prospering. Today, Thonglor is widely visited by both locals and tourists – anyone who enjoys a cuppa and quiet afternoons. The Thonglor “archipelago” includes Ekkamai, a street that is littered with quaint cafes, primarily dedicated to the J...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Restaurants, Thailand, Un, Bangkok, Editorial, Strawberry, Bangkok Travel, Frankie, Sukhumvit, Audrey, Thonglor, Le Cordon Bleu, Central Embassy, Bangkok Best Cafes


Best Cooking Schools in Paris

Food from Le Cordon Bleu The three best cooking schools in Paris are Ecole Ritz Escoffier, Ecole Lenotre and Le Cordon Bleu. All three schools have great courses, from one-day classes to full culinary courses and diplomas. Shorter courses range in theme from “Cooking for Friends” to “Autumn Cakes and Pastries”, and everything in between. […]
Tags: Travel, France, New York Times, Paris, Le Cordon Bleu, Paris Cooking Schools, Cooking Schools, Ecole Lenotre, Ecole Ritz Escoffier, Ecole Ritz Escoffier Ecole Lenotre



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