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The Paris Paysanne Podcast takes you on a tour of what's new and exciting in the Paris food scene, while introducing you to the innovative people that influence the city's food culture.

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Paris Paysanne Podcast Episode 18: The New Paris, Les Marchés Français, and Buying Things with Lise

In episode 18 of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I talk with Lindsey Tramuta author of The New Paris,  chef and cookbook author Brian DeFehr about his new book Les Marchés Français, and I'm joined by chef Lise Kvan for a spring segment of "Buying Things with Lise". Lindsey Tramuta is the author of "The New Paris" (Abrams, 2017), host of "The New Paris Podcast" and a contributor to     The New York Times, Condé Nast Traveler, Afar Magazine and other publications where she writes about French culture and lifestyle. She has lived in Paris for ten years. Follow Lindsey on Instagram and Twitter and go see her in Paris!  Chef Brian DeFehr is the author of the cookbook, Les Marchés Français. Formally trained in Chicago, Brian has been cooking in restaurants, hotels, and as a private chef since 1993. He works as a private chef in Paris and has been teaching at Cook’n With Class since 2010.Follow Brian on Instagram.  Lise Kvan is a Paris based chef and cooking instructor. Lise has worked in the three-star Michelin restaurant Astrance on the San Pellegrino World's Top 50 Restaurant List and, later, as a personal assistant to chef Pascal Barbot. She has also worked for Sarah Mouchot and Nico Alary to start the successful café Holybelly. Check out Lise's recipe for Rhubarb Red Onion Chutney on Saveur. If you have a question you'd like Lise to answer on an upcoming segment of "Buying Things with Lise" send me an e-mail at emily@parispaysanne.com

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3 May 2017

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Paris Paysanne Podcast Episode 20: Girl Meets Glass, My Parisian Life, and Seasonal Cocktails

In episode 20 of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I talk with Tanisha Townsend about drinking habits in the States and France as well as her love of wine. We'll also meet up with Paris cocktail specialist Forest Collins of 52 Martinis for another instalment of Seasonal Cocktails, Then I'm joined by Yanique Francis, founder of My Parisian LifeWith 10 years of experience in the wine & spirits trade, Tanisha Townsend is a dedicated and innovative wine & spirits educator. She is a Certified Specialist of both Wine & Spirits as well as a French Wine Scholar. Tanisha's background spans the globe. She is a professional speaker at wine events & festivals as well as a professor teaching collegiate level beverage courses in both the United States and Europe. She has also developed and delivered training programs for retailers, restaurant waitstaff, and bartenders.Tanisha is the founder of the blog Girl Meets Glass.  Follow her on Facebook and Instagram. To find out more about the plaes Tanisha mentioned in our interview look for: Le Barav, L'Avant Comptoir, and Carrousel Française. Cocktail Expert Forest Collins is the creator of 52martinis, an online guide to the best cocktail bars in Paris and other small batch boozy news, and she will soon release the complimentary bar guide smartphone application. As a freelance drinks writer, she has written for Drinks International, Serious Eats, World’s Best Bars, and PUNCH drinks about the Paris cocktail scene. She regularly judges cocktail competitions, sits on the jury that selects the worlds 50 best bars and especially enjoys carrying out interviews with interesting industry personalities for her audio show/podcast, Paris Cocktail Talk. Be sure to download her Paris Cocktails App to guide you through drinking in the city!You can find the recipe for her original cocktail, The Fifth Season in My Paris Market Cookbook. Check out the sustainable cocktails at the following bars that Forest mentioned: Mabel and Bisou. Yanique Francis is a wedding planner and travel consultant living in Paris for over 10 years. She is also the blogger behind the city guide MyParisianLife that focuses on sharing not only the best and new hot spots of paris but giving an authentic local experience of the city. She's stylish, creative and full of energy. Hailing from Jamaica via NYC she's an international woman, and champions women to live a brave life on their terms.Follow Yanique on Facebook and Instagram. Interested in learning more about craft coffee and beer in Paris? Or the best place to go for a glass of natural wine and a delicious lunch? Pick up a copy of My Paris Market Cookbook: A Culinary Tour of French Flavors and Seasonal Recipes.Complete with simple, seasonal recipes and tips on discovering the best of the New Paris My Paris Market Cookbook makes a great gift for your fellow Francophile! 

29 Nov 2017

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Paris Paysanne Podcast Episode 9: Paris Restaurant Trends, Craft Beer in the City, & How to Buy Meat

In episode 9 of the Paris Paysanne Podcast we talk to sommelière Stefania Genisio about predicting Paris restaurant trends, Mike Gilmore about brewing craft beer in the city and, in our first installment of Buying Things with Lise, we talk to chef and teacher Lise Kvan about buying and preparing fresh meat. Stefania Genisio is an Italian born sommelière who is based in Paris. She is an art addict, who is currently working on the wine program for a new restaurant opening in Hong Kong. Follow her adventures on Instagram at @stefaniagenisioMike Gilmore is the former head brewer at Frog Pubs and co-founder of Brew Unique and manager of Brew Unique. Lise Kvan is a Paris based chef. She holds a dual Bachelors degree in Sociology and Studies in Women and Gender from the University of Virginia (USA), a Political Sciences degree from Sciences Politique (France), and a culinary degree from l'Ecole Francaise de Gastronomie (France). Lise has worked in the three-star Michelin restaurant Astrance, on the San Pellegrino World's Top 50 Restaurant List and, later, as personal assistant to chef Pascal Barbot. She has also worked for Sarah Mouchot and Nico Alary to start the successful cafe Holybelly. Her interests include food education, agro-technology, organic and biodynamic produce, artisanal products, and the role of gender in gastronomy and agriculture. She currently teaches culinary courses at La Cuisine Paris and is working to launch Open Food Network France. Joël Thiebault will return to Marché Président Wilson for a limited time only from January 16th and until he has sold what remains of his fabulous, locally grown vegetables.

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22 Dec 2015

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Paris Paysanne Podcast Episode 5: Marché Ornano and Finding Great Wine in Paris

In episode 5 of the Paris Paysanne Podcast we visit Marché Ornano with local chef Mardi Hartzog and talk about how to find great wine in Paris with Thomas Vicente of Le Verre Volé and Enrico Murru of Le Mary Celeste. Mardi Hartzog is a Paris based chef who has worked in cafés and restaurants around the city. She is the co-founder of the Parisites, which hosts takeovers and other events in Paris and abroad. Verre Volé Cave, rue OberkampfThomas Vicente is a partner at Le Verre Volé, he manages the bistro, wine shop, and épicerie and brings great wine to thirsty Parisians!photo courtesy of Mary CelesteEnrico Murru is the man behind the wine at Le Mary Celeste, where he has built an extensive collection of wines and a super fun wine menu. So next time you see him, say thanks!

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31 Jul 2015

Rank #4

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Paris Paysanne Podcast Episode 10: Women in the Kitchen, Countryside Living, and the Parabere Forum

In episode 10 of the Paris Paysanne Podcast we talk to chef Alix Lacloche about healthy comfort food and women in the kitchen. Then we catch up with Erica Berman and chat about leaving Paris for the countryside. We also speak with Maria Canabal, founder of Parabere Forum, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing women's voices and views in the world of gastronomy. Alix Lacloche is a Paris based cook specializing in healthy comfort food. Alix has worked in kitchens in the US and France and is currently available as a private chef and caterer.  Erica Berman is the founder of Haven in Paris and the HiP Paris Blog. After calling Paris home for twenty years, Erica now lives in Maine and visits Paris and Italy as often as possible. Her move to Maine inspired a new blog, Paris to Maine. Erica's Paris to Maine Instagram account documents the beautiful sights and sounds of her new home as well as great shots of her travels in Europe. Maria Canabal is the founder and president of the Parabere Forum. This year's event, which includes speakers such as Dr. Vandana Shiva, Dominique Crenn, and Gabrielle Hamilton, will be held in Bari, Italy on March 6th and 7th. 

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26 Jan 2016

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Paris Paysanne Podcast Episode 15: Food & Travel in France with Alexander Lobrano

In episode 15 of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I speak with food and travel writer Alexander Lobrano about his favorite restaurants and regions in France. Tune in for some great advice on where to dine and discover French cuisine! Alexander Lobrano grew up in Connecticut, and lived in Boston, New York and London before moving to Paris, his home today, in 1986.He was European Correspondent for Gourmet magazine from 1999 until it closed in 2009, and has written about food and travel for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Guardian, Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, Saveur, Travel & Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, and many other publications in the United States and the United Kingdom.He is the author of Hungry for Paris: The Ultimate Guide to the City’s 102 Best Restaurants (Random House), and Hungry for France (Rizzoli).He has won several James Beard awards, and in 2011, he was awarded the IACP’s Bert Greene award for culinary writing for his article “Spirit of the Bistro” in Saveur magazine. Alexander Lobrano suggests the following restaurants: La Table du 11 (Versailles) La Royale (Lille)SaQuaNa (Honfleur)La Grenouillère (La Madelaine-sur-Montreuil)Le Coquillage (Cancale)La Table Breizh Café (Cancale) L'Entre Deux (Biarritz)Food Road trips in Corsica- Corsica Tourist OfficeLe Chardon (Arles)AM (Marseille)Le Champs des Lunes (Lauris)And for more information on some of Alexander's favorite markets, Marché bio des Batignolles and Marché President Wilson, check out My Paris Market Cookbook as well as the Pilot Episode and Episode 3 of the Paris Paysanne Podcast.

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20 Jul 2016

Rank #6

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Paris Paysanne Podcast: Carole Bumpus author of Searching for Family and Traditions at the French Table

In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I speak with Carole Bumpus, author of Searching for Family and Traditions at the French Table. After retiring from a career as a family therapist, Carole Bumpus became a freelance food/travel writer whose work concentrates on compiling vignettes from both French and Italian families regarding their favorite foods and family traditions. Her first book, A Cup of Redemption is a historic novel based on a woman’s story of living through World War II which brings together love, war, loss and the power of food. Carole’s most recent book is Searching for Family and Traditions at the French Table is a cooking memoir that brings together the stories of French families, regions, and cultural traditions. Carole’s work has been published by She Writes Press a publisher working exclusively with women authors. Follow Carole’s work and find out about upcoming events by visiting her website. Thanks so much to Carole for taking the time to talk to me for this episode! Thanks also to World Radio Paris for welcoming us into their family! Check out their list of local shows to find more great France based English language radio programs. Thanks as always to Ben Nerot, who wrote and performed the podcast's theme song and who is also on full time dad duty while I am traveling in New York and Connecticut for a wedding. Send me your favorite food and drink spots please!! And thanks to you for listening! Be sure to tune in next time to the Paris Paysanne Podcast! Like what you hear? Leave a review on iTunes or tell a friend about the podcast! I’m excited to announce that a fully updated and expanded edition of My Paris Market Cookbook is now available for preorder on Amazon in the US and France. Stay tuned for more information regarding upcoming events and book signings!

16 Sep 2019

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Paris Paysanne Podcast: Guillaume Mignard and La Grange aux Savoir-Faire

In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast we talk with Guillaume Mignard about the cooking and life skills school he co-created, La Grange aux Savoir-Faire. After being inspired by initiatives such as Italy’s agriturismo movement and River Cottage in the UK, Guillaume Mignard and his partner Julie Hauwuy created La Grange aux Savoir-Faire. Located in Vallières-les-Grandes in the Loir et Cher region of France, this cooking school brings artisans and students together with a focus on life long learning and skill building. Thanks so much to Guillaume for sharing the philosophy and offerings of La Grange aux Savoir-Faire with us on this episode!Thanks also to World Radio Paris for welcoming us into their family! Check out their list of local shows to find more great France based English language radio programs. Thanks as always to Ben Nerot, who wrote and performed the podcast's theme song and who also made me coffee this morning. And thanks to you for listening! Be sure to tune in next time to the Paris Paysanne Podcast! Planning a trip to Paris? Navigate the city's markets, restaurants, wines shops, cafés, beer bars, and more with the help of My Paris Market Cookbook. In addition to tips on how to make the most out of your trip to Paris, the book has classic French recipes that you can make at home to relive the memories of your time in France! Get your copy now! 

19 Mar 2019

Rank #8

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Paris Paysanne Podcast Episode 16: Ten Belles Bread, Cakeboy Paris, and Buying Things with Lise

In episode 16 of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I talk with Anna Trattles and Alice Quillet of Ten Belles Bread, Frank Adrian Barron of Cakeboy Paris, and I'm joined by chef Lise Kvan for a summer "Buying Things with Lise" segment. Anna Trattles and Alice Quillet and the founders and co-owners of Ten Belles café and, most recently, Ten Belles Bread. Their first venture together was neighborhood favorite Le Bal Café, (now closed), which they opened six years ago as one of the earliest addresses to get both great food and coffee. Follow them on Instagram at: tenbellesbread and tenbelles. Find their bread at Ten Belles Bread as well as select restaurants such as Aux Deux Cygnes and Jones. Frank Adrian Barron is a France based baker and founder of Cake Boy Paris. You can currently find his cakes during the weekend at Café Oberkampf. Frank is also an avid coffee fan, some of his favorite cafés in the city include Boot Café, Coutume, KB Café Shop, Fondation, Loustic and Honor. You can follow Frank on Instagram at cakeboyparis.  Lise Kvan is a Paris based chef and cooking instructor. Lise has worked in the three-star Michelin restaurant Astrance on the San Pellegrino World's Top 50 Restaurant List and, later, as a personal assistant to chef Pascal Barbot. She has also worked for Sarah Mouchot and Nico Alary to start the successful café Holybelly. If you have a question you'd like Lise to answer on an upcoming segment of "Buying Things with Lise" send me an e-mail at emily@parispaysanne.com Here's a great site for finding out what's in season by month in France and here's the recipe Lise mentioned during our chat: Lise's Frangipane Fruit TarteFor 6-8 peopleCrust: 250 g flour140 g cold butter20 g sugar10 g salt1 egg20 g cold waterPreparation:Blitz the flour, cold butter, sugar and salt in a food processor, or chop together using a dough cutter until the butter and dry ingredients have been roughly combined. Add in the egg and continue blitzing or chopping. Add in cold water until the mixture binds together. USe the palm of your hand to smooth out any lumps of butter. Knead into a ball and keep in the fridge for about 15-30 minutes, until malleable and easy to roll out. Roll out the crust to 4 cm thick and lay into a pie mould. Prick with a fork and blind bake for about 15 minutes (10 minutes with pie weights, 5 without).Frangipane filling:200 g almond flour200 g sugar200 g softened butter4 eggs200 g your choice of fruit (Recommended: peaches, apricots, plums, berries, apples)Preparation:Cream the soft butter and sugar together, until you reach a smooth, whipped consistency. Add in the almond flour and the eggs. Pour the filling into the blind baked pie crust. Nestle your favorite fruit into the filling and bake again for 30 minutes, until the filling has set in the middle.Top with powdered sugar or a dollop of crème fraîche. Or both! You can even add on more fruit on the top for an incredibly luxurious experience. Option: if you'd like to skip the pie crust, you can create lovely little ramekins of frangipane and fruit that can be eaten with a spoon directly from the mould. 

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19 Sep 2016

Rank #9

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Paris Paysanne Podcast Episode 14: Bonjour Kale, Boneshaker Doughnuts, and Le Miel de Paris

In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast we talk to Kristen Beddard, author of Bonjour Kale, Amanda Scott founder of Boneshaker Doughnuts, and Audric de Campeau, the urban beekeeper behind Le miel de Paris.  Kristen Beddard is the author of Bonjour Kale: A Memoir of Paris, Love, & Recipes and the founder of The Kale Project. She is also the author of Savez-vous manger les choux?, a French book about Brassicas, and she is a contributing author of We Love Kale: Fresh and Healthy Inspiring Recipes. Follow The Kale Project on Instagram and Facebook.  Amanda Scott is the inventor of the "croque-nut" and the co-founder and baker at Boneshaker Doughnuts. Follow her on Instagram and Facebook.  Audric de Campeau is a beekeeper and founder of Le miel de Paris. Audric has over 30 beehives on rooftops around Paris. You can follow his adventures on Instagram and Facebook.To see a gallery of photos I took while visiting Audric's beehives head over to the blog ! Do you have a question about buying things for Lise? Submit your inquiry and we'll try to answer it in an upcoming segment of Buying Things with Lise!Send emails to:  emily@parispaysanne.com

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19 May 2016

Rank #10

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Paris Paysanne Podcast: 2016 Favorites

In this end-of-the-year episode of the podcast I revisit a few of my favorite interviews from 2016. It was really hard to pick just three interviews to include here and I want to thank all of the amazing guests that I spoke with over the past year. Click through past episodes to catch up on any shows you may have missed! In the meantime, I hope you enjoy listening (or revisiting) these interviews with Mary Jahnke Iriarte (episode 11), Alice Quillet and Anna Trattles (episode 16), and Maria Canabal (episode 10). Mary Jahnke Iriarte is the co-founder of Jay&Joy. You can find her fabulous vegan cheeze at Un Monde Vegan and other vegan friendly stores, including their newly opened Crémerie Végétale on rue Paul Bert.  Follow Jay&Joy on Instagram and Facebook. Anna Trattles and Alice Quillet are the founders and co-owners of Ten Belles café and, most recently, Ten Belles Bread. Follow them on Instagram at: tenbellesbread and tenbelles. Find their bread directly at their bakery as well as select restaurants around the city.Maria Canabal is the founder and president of the Parabere Forum. This year's event will be held in Barcelona on March 5th and 6th. Visit the website for more information. Thanks so much to all my listeners! I hope you'll stay tuned in 2017, until then you can follow Paris Paysanne on Facebook and Instagram.

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24 Dec 2016

Rank #11

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The American Library in Paris Panel Discussion

On March 7th, 2017 the American Library in Paris hosted an evening about food with guests Kristen Beddard, Jessie Kanelos Weiner and myself.  We spoke about local produce and how Paris is changing when it comes to eating locally and in season. The discussion was graciously moderated by food writer Alexander Lobrano. This podcast is a live recording of the event, beginning with ALP's own Grant Rosenberg who was kind enough to coordinate the event and introduce us to a full audience. Kristen Beddard is the American founder of The Kale Project, a successful initiative to reintroduce kale to France. Through her work with local French farmers, le chou kale can now be found at various outdoor markets and supermarkets. She is the author of the French gardening and cookbook Savez-vous manger les choux and a contributing author to We Love Kale: Fresh and Healthy Inspiring Recipes. Her most recent book is Bonjour Kale: A Memoir of Paris, Love and Recipes. Emily Dilling is the author of My Paris Market Cookbook: A Culinary Tour of French Flavors and Seasonal Recipes (Skyhorse, 2015) and the founder of the site Paris Paysanne and host of the Paris Paysanne Podcast. Originally from California, Emily has called France home for the past eleven years. After ten years in Paris, Emily now lives in the Loir-et-Cher region of France, where she continues to write, as well as forage, taste wine and make her own beer!Illustrator, cookbook author, and food stylist, Jessie Kanelos Weiner is best known for her vibrant watercolor illustrations and fine line drawings. Her international clients include: Nespresso, Google, and Hachette Book Group. Her work has appeared in international style publications: Alla Carta magazine, Cherry Bombe, and M Le Magazine du Monde. She writes a popular blog about her life and work called thefrancofly.com. Her latest book is Edible Paradise: A Coloring Book of Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables.

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12 Mar 2017

Rank #12

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Paris Paysanne Podcast: Gabe Barry of Brooklyn Brewery

In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I talk with Gabe Barry of Brooklyn Brewery about craft beer as a catalyst for social change and craft beer culture in Europe. Photo credit: Paige SnyderMiss Gabe Barry is the Education Manager of Europe for the Brooklyn Brewery and has been building community through beer education since 2008. As a Certified Cicerone ® she has spent the last decade working within the craft beer & food world creating multi-sensory programs for many facets of the industry from bartenders & distributors to drinkers and enthusiasts. In 2013 Miss Gabe joined the Brooklyn Brewery team and has since worked in a multitude of different roles continuing to fuel her passion for building bridges of education. Since 2015 she has spent much of her time traveling around the world for Brooklyn teaching and speaking at festivals such as Good Beer Week (Australia), Olut Expo (Finland), Planet Biere (France), and Craft Beer Rising (UK). Miss Gabe advocates for the power of the non-traditional classroom and using beer as a tool for social change. She believes strongly in emphasising visibility, mentorship and “kicking down doors” for individuals and communities who may not see themselves represented in the current craft beer industry.Some of the amazing groups and associations that Gabe works with and advocates for include The Queer Brewing Project, The Pink Boots Society, NYC Women in Beer , and International Womens Collaboration Brew Day. Gabe also works with the Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative through Brooklyn Brewery’s Stonewall Inn IPA, which will be launched in Europe soon! Read more about Gabe’s thoughts on craft beer in this article from Brewers Journal. Thanks so much to Gabe for taking the time to talk to me for this episode! Follow her on Instagram to keep up to date with all her news and events! Thanks as always to World Radio Paris for welcoming us into their family- and once again thanks to Katie from the WRP team for recording and producing this episode!Thanks as always to Ben Nerot, who wrote and performed the podcast's theme song and who is also found mushrooms in the forest! And thanks to you for listening! If you like what you hear please leave a review on iTunes or tell a friend about the podcast! If you want more great addresses and recipes from Paris, inspired by the passionate chefs, baristas, cavistes, and brewers of the city check out My Paris Market Cookbook which makes a perfect gift for the Francophile in your family! Be sure to tune in next time to the Paris Paysanne Podcast!

13 Nov 2019

Rank #13

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Paris Paysanne Podcast Episode 2: Marché d'Aligre, Café Smorgas, and Kombucha 101

In Episode 2 of the Paris Paysanne Podcast we visit Marché d'Aligre with Terresa Murphy, chat with Lina Bou from Café Smorgas, and learn all about kombucha with Anna Brones!Terresa Murphy is a Paris-based chef and founder of the site La Cucina di Terresa. Along with offering private cooking classes for small groups in her home, Terresa also gives market tours in Paris and organizes cooking classes and wine tastings in the beautiful Loire Valley. Lina Bou is the founder of My Taste of Health. She is also the chef at Café Smorgas where she prepares traditional Scandinavian cuisine with her personal nourishing, healthy spin. Anna Brones is a Paris-based author and founder of the site Foodie Underground, where she writes about real food for real people. Check out the site this week for more Kombucha 101 !Anna's Kombucha RecipeIngredients:About 1/2 gallon (8 cups, 2 liters) water1/2 cup (3.5 ounces, 100 grams) organic sugarAbout 1 cup (240 milliliters) of already brewed kombucha tea (that you’ve made, or bought from the store)About 4 tea bags of black teaKombucha mother/SCOBYPreparation:Boil the water, then pour it into a large pot. Add in the sugar and stir with a wooden spoon until sugar has dissolved. Add the tea bags and let steep until the tea has cooled.Remove the tea bags and pour the tea into a glass jar (or two depending on what size of jars you are using) with the previously brewed kombucha and the kombucha mother.Cover the mouth of the jar with cheesecloth, gauze or a tea towel, and wrap a rubber band around it to hold it in place.Let ferment in a cool, dark place for 7 to 10 days. You can taste it to determine if you want to bottle it or if you want it to keep fermenting longer.Use a funnel to pour the brewed kombucha into glass bottles. Store at room temperature for about three days, then transfer to the refrigerator for storing.

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15 Jun 2015

Rank #14

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Paris Paysanne Podcast: Debra Kemp of CheeseFox

In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I talk with Debra Kemp of CheeseFox about bringing artisanal English cheese to France!Debra Kemp trained as a sommelier at L'university de Vin at Suze La Rousse in the Drôme, after having worked as a wine merchant in Paris, with no real experience. She cheese bug back then in 2010 but then took a while to get round to getting it started. After stumbling across a Lancashire guy who'd set up shop in Cumbria, she was introduced to several artisan cheese makers, and the rest is history- in the making. The cheesemaker Debra mentioned, who just won dairy Industry woman of the year, is Mary Quicke. That crazy downhill cheese race is the Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake. There are videos of it that are pretty hilarious. Thanks so much to Debra for taking the time to talk to me for this episode! Follow her on Instagram and Facebook to keep up to date with all her news and events! You can also stay in the loop with upcoming Paris food and drink events by following the 52 Martinis events calendar which is constantly updated to include the most exciting upcoming gastronomic happenings in the city. Thanks as always to World Radio Paris for welcoming us into their family- and a special thanks to Katie from the WRP team for recording and producing this episode!Thanks as always to Ben Nerot, who wrote and performed the podcast's theme song and who is also hopefully finding some wild mushrooms this weekend as he forages in the forest! And thanks to you for listening! Be sure to tune in next time to the Paris Paysanne Podcast! Like what you hear? Leave a review on iTunes or tell a friend about the podcast! I’d also like to extend a special thanks to everyone who made it out to my Paris events in the beginning of the month. It’s always such a treat to see old friends and meet new ones! If you couldn’t make it out that weekend, there are still a few copies of My Paris Market Cookbook for sale at the fabulous Boneshaker Doughnuts!

12 Oct 2019

Rank #15