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  1. Cooking Class in Paris-A must do activity | eatsporkjew

    […] monger, which I would have been more excited about, but my stomach was still uneasy after the spew incident the night before. Julie told us that there are about 400 distinct types of cheeses in France and another 300-400 […]

  2. Blenhaim Apricot Éclairs | eatsporkjew
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    […] from a trip to Paris a week before and I guess I’d been inspired by the amazing éclairs we had (pistachio from Laduree and caramel from La Maison du Chocolate). Both had this awesome flavored glaze across the top and I […]

  3. Whale foreskin or omelet…thanks Ina! | eatsporkjew

    […] reluctant to let go. As I’d expected, my inaugural trip to France was too short, and with my 24-hour stomach bug eliminating three meals from my wish list “places I must eat,” I desperately wanted to squeeze […]

  4. Cooking Class in Paris-A must do activity - Eatsporkjew

    […] monger, which I would have been more excited about, but my stomach was still uneasy after the spew incident the night before. Julie told us that there are about 400 distinct types of cheeses in France and another 300-400 […]

  5. Blenheim Apricot Éclairs - Eatsporkjew
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    […] from a trip to Paris a week before and I guess I’d been inspired by the amazing éclairs we had (pistachio from Laduree and caramel from La Maison du Chocolate). Both had this awesome flavored glaze across the top and I […]