Interview with Master Baker Éric Kayser, Plus Recipes from His Book

He may have launched his first boulangerie at 31 but his belated start did not stop Éric Kayser from making his mark in Paris. Two...

Quiet Paris

120 tranquil havens far from the madding crowd.

Joie de Vivre

Harriet Welty Rochefort's new book offers keen-eyed riffs on her adopted country's charms and foibles.

Chart Your Trip Across France with Michelin

In France, people often say, everything ends up as a song. In the 1950s, while Edith Piaf was warbling about the skies of Paris,...

Editor’s App Choice: Fotopedia France

Explore the entire country through slideshows and stories with this free app.

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,...

Book Reviews: Le Selfie Gascon by Perry Taylor

Poking good-natured fun at his adopted Gascony is a force of habit for cartoonist Perry Taylor. “It’s a British trait,” he laughs. “I like...

This Book About a Homeless Puppy in Paris is Perfect for...

Hudson is the consummate Parisian. He’s a gourmet — he loves good food. He’s a cinéphile — he loves classic movies. And he’s a...

Editor’s App Choice: Learn French by Codegent

A useful app for anyone who's keen to make the most of their stay in France.

Book Reviews: C’est Bon by Trish Deseine

This recipe book has a simple purpose: to provide “delicious, simple and easy-to-prepare meals”. And a quick glance through its pages bears that out: each double-page spread features a sumptuous photograph,...