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March 4, 2017

By Peg Kern

Paris Neighborhoods

Filed Under  Destination Feature

We're winding up our week talking about Paris with a brief tour through some of our favorite neighborhoods. I've stayed many places in Paris, and the fact is, I've loved them all, and you can visit all of them on a cooking vacation to Paris. Each street has something new to offer, each corner of the city offers some gem to explore. Straddling the border between the 3rd and 4th… Read
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February 28, 2017

By Peg Kern

Travel Tips: Arriving in Paris

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I have to be perfectly honest and say that Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris is not my favorite airport to fly into or out of - and even worse is trying to make a connection through it. It's too large, and frankly I've missed too many connections there. But there are two things I like about it that pretty much cancel out all the rest. One, it's the easiest… Read
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May 13, 2016

By Liz SanFilippo

Our Favorite Places to See in Paris

Filed Under  Destination Feature, Travel Tips

Ask just about anyone at The International Kitchen, and we'll tell you that one of our favorite cities is Paris. It's not just that it's a great place for a culinary tour and cooking classes featuring French cuisine. And it's not just that there's so much to see and do (and eat!). But there's a certain magic to this city wherever you go. Here are just a few of our… Read
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January 30, 2010

By The International Kitchen

Samira's Smoked Salmon Mousse with Leek Sauce

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Featured May 2005 Samira’s Smoked Salmon Mousse with Leek Sauce – hails from our Paris one-day class with Chef Samira. This surprisingly simple recipe will wow your friends. Ingredients: 4 Servings 7 oz smoked salmon 1/3 cup heavy cream 1 large egg Process: Using a food processor, process all ingredients until creamy. Pour mixture in buttered dish or in buttered ramekins. Place dish or ramekins in a larger dish containing… Read
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