Food & Drink

Food & Drink
thanksgiving pumpkin pie

The Joys of Baking a Thanksgiving Pie in France

One of the challenges of baking American goodies like Thanksgiving pie in France is finding the ingredients you're used to. Here are tips from a pro chef to help!
macarons class at Ritz Paris

French Macarons: Learn How to Make Them the Classy Way

INSPIRELLE learns to make French macarons in the prestigious Ecole Ritz-Escoffier cooking school.
cité du vin

Cité du Vin: a Wine Lover’s Paradise in Bordeaux

Follow INSPIRELLE on a journey through La Cité du Vin in Bordeaux, a wine lover's paradise which is both a museum and a virtual journey through the life and culture of wine around the world.
Le Merveilleux

Les Merveilleux: Indulge in a Dessert as Marvelous as Its Name

Aux Merveilleux de Fred is a "marvelous" dessert that lives up to its name. Cordon Bleu graduate Molly Wilkinson shows you how to make them at home!
grapefruit fizz

Ruby Red Grapefruit Fizz Recipe

Try this variation of grapefruit fizz, a drink popular in the 1940s, at the end of an especially long day and see what spirits it may unlock.
My Paris Market Cookbook author

7 Favorite Paris Hangouts of My Paris Market Cookbook Author

There may often be new additions to Paris' food and drink scene, but My Paris Market Cookbook author Emily Dilling finds herself returning to these trusty restaurants, markets, and watering holes that still feel like home.
ice cream in Paris

6 of the Best Parlors for Decadent Ice Cream in Paris

Summer weather calls for ice cream! And ooh là là, do we have some fantastic options in Paris from the classic to the exotic. For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been tasting lots of ice cream to bring you my favorites in the city known for mouthwatering food.
grilled chicken

Summertime Grilled Chicken and Peaches

Somewhere, at some point this summer, you will hopefully have a brief and meaningful relationship with fire. Make this recipe! Make friends. Feeds many.
Boneshaker donuts

Meet the Woman Who Makes the Most Delicious Donuts in Paris

Fresh donuts at last in Paris! And not just any ordinary donuts. We’re tasting and talking about plump, handrolled sweet pastries only to be found in the new donut shop called Boneshaker in Paris’ second arrondissement. It’s a dream come true for Irish-American expat, pastry chef and mother of three, Amanda Scott.
Boutary caviar

Boutary Shakes Up the Luxurious World of Caviar

If I say caviar and you think unreachable, unattainable… well, times have changed! Charles de Saint Vincent, with his Boutary brand and new Parisian restaurant of the same name, aims to shake the traditional image that people have of caviar.