Recipes by Best-Selling Food Author Trish Deseine

Delicious, simple, and easy-to-prepare recipes are my hallmark. With four children, life got busy, fast. I simply didn't have time to spend hours in...

All Hail the King of Pork: Interview with Stéphane Reynaud, Plus...

Stéphane Reynaud has dropped the T-bomb: tofu. I brace myself for the “Gotcha” that is sure to follow. He is, after all, the swine-whisperer,...

France Through Its Words: 10 of the Best Literary Settings

In France, you are never too far from the setting of a novel. Dominic Bliss picks out 10 locations forever associated with some of...

Book Reviews: Riviera Cocktail, Photography by Edward Quinn

For more than a decade photographer Edward Quinn mingled with the Riviera’s beau monde, starlets and playboys, slinking unnoticed to lift the veil on...

7 Reasons to Buy the Oct/Nov issue of France Today magazine!

Hot off the press. The Oct/Nov issue of France Today magazine is out now! Here are 7 reasons not to miss out: Franche-Comté Uncovered Tootle off the...

Book Reviews: My Good Life in France by Janine Marsh

One dismal day, Janine Marsh travelled to Calais to pick up cheap wine. Hours later, she returned to London the proud owner of a ramshackle...

Book Reviews: Babar’s Guide to Paris by Laurent de Brunhoff

Who better to guide tourists around the City of Light than its most knowledgeable pachyderm? A work of art in its own right, the...

Book Reviews | Avedon’s France: Old World, New Look

Richard Avedon’s fascination with France is storied, and thanks to the iconic American photographer’s restless quest to capture the world around him, well documented. Avedon’s France...

Book Reviews: Chez Moi by Interior Designer Sarah Lavoine

Living like a true Parisienne starts at home, according to interior designer Sarah Lavoine. Known for her daring palette and bold graphic elements, her name has become synonymous...

Interview with Author Carol Drinkwater about her New Novel, The Lost...

Like a tidal wave, the senselessness of the Paris attacks poured out of her. Carol Drinkwater described the images of strewn bodies gleaned on news reels that night....