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Luxury hotels in Rajasthan, India

No place in India exemplifies the spirit of monarchy and the splendor of royalty better than the state of Rajasthan. The very name contains royalty: Raja translates to “king” and sthan refers to “place” in Hindi and other Indian languages. When the British left India, there were about two dozen princely states in the region, which merged into the new Union of India, along with other princedoms around the country. The erstwhile royalty was allowed to retain their properties and was granted an...
Tags: Travel, India, Luxury Hotels, Jaipur, Rajasthan, All, Raja, Rajasthan India, La Pâtisserie, Northern India, Khurram, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jehangir, Aravalli Hills, Jagmandir Island Palace


Ethnic Chicago

I love living in a city that can make me feel like I’m traveling. Chicago is a concentrated microcosm of America — that veritable stew of people from all over the world, bringing their culture and fabulous flavors to our city. I’ve learned so much from traveling, but also right here in my own backyard and am fortunate to live in a place where I can meet and intersect with new people and try new, flavorful foods. I recently wrote a piece for the Scandinavian Traveler Magazine (SAS Airlines) on t...
Tags: Travel, Food, Usa, America, Chicago, La Pâtisserie, Hema, Scandinavian Traveler Magazine SAS Airlines, Devon Avenue Spread of Indian Food, Hema s Kitchen Hema, Hema s Kitchen Biryani Samosas, Peter Yuen Owner, Los Camales Carlos Tortolero, National Museum of Mexican Art Pilsen


Easter in Paris 2017

The Easter Bunny has been hopping all over Paris delivering eggs to all the best chocolate and pastry shops including Jacques Genin, Angelina, Foucher, Patisserie de Reves, Chapon, Sebastien Gaudard, Puyricard and La Patisserie des Reves. If you walk down the rue du Bac you will find these goodies below except for Sebastien Gaudard, who is located on the rue des Martyrs. Happy Easter from Paris.   Please read the article and interview of my partner Vincent Gagliostro in Passport Magazin...
Tags: Travel, Holidays, Paris, St Paul, La Pâtisserie, Richard Nahem, Montmartre St Germain, Pastry & Chocolate, Vincent Gagliostro, Food & Gourmet Shops, My Paris Apartment, Sebastien Gaudard, rue des Martyrs Happy Easter


The Joy Of Being Une Flâneuse

Last Friday, after a three hour lunch with three very inspiring and intelligent women, I started walking. I walked and walked. And WALKED.From the Galerie Vivienne through the gardens at le Palais Royal, crossing into the Cour Napoléon and past the Pyramide du Louvre, then across the Pont du Carrousel and past les bouquinistes on the Quai Voltaire before turning down the rue du Bac and into the 7ème arrondissement, taking time to do some people watching and to swoon over the gorgeous pastries...
Tags: Paris, Eiffel Tower, Louvre, La Pâtisserie, Galerie Vivienne, Pont du Carrousel, Life In France, Jennifer Greco, Palais-Royal, le Palais Royal, Cour Napoléon, Pyramide du Louvre, Quai Voltaire, Des Gâteaux


Banana Pecan Cake with Maple Glaze Recipe

Buy Clotilde's latest book, The French Market Cookbook! This banana pecan cake entered my life thanks to one of the countless blessings this blog has brought to my life, which is to have met and become friends with quite a few cookbook authors. Cookbook authors are delicious people to be around, naturally, and if I manage to fox my way into their house they may actually cook for me, but the invaluable bonus is that, once I’ve come to know and trust them, once I’ve witnessed how exacting they ar...
Tags: Cook, Banana, Maple, Pecan, *kid-friendly, Cakes & Tarts, *vegetarian, Books & Cookbooks, Almond Butter, Clotilde, Marianne Magnier Moreno, Marianne, La Pâtisserie, Clotilde Dusoulier


10 best Austin diners for breakfast and brunch

Brunch is an Austin institution and the city's diners, trailers, outdoor and indoor cafes cater for everyone, whether you're meaty, veggie, gluten-free or vegan – and won't blow the budget• As featured in our Austin city guideAustin gained a reputation as a mecca for hippies during the "cosmic cowboy" days of the 1970s, and no neighbourhood keeps it weird like South Austin. Bouldin Creek Coffeehouse was a staple on South First Street well before it became a restaurant row for foodies. You won't ...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Restaurants, Austin, Breakfast, United States, American food and drink, Food And Drink, Top 10s, La Pâtisserie, South Austin Bouldin Creek Coffeehouse, South First Street, Elizabeth Street Cafe