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#ParisInJuly 2021

  • Oh, is it July already?
  • Let’s have a glass of wine and
  • think of some things to do for…

2018  POSTS:  

..some great French cooking from

…Rachel Khoo’s The Little Paris Kitchen…is the best!

  1. Paris in July Food Journal
  2. Crème du Citron
  3. French Wine
  4. Biscuits Breton
  5. Cocktail: Kir Royale
  6. Cocktail: Soixante-quinze ’75’
  7. Cocktail: What do I do with Campari, Marguerite Duras?
  8. Cocktail: Who Pays the Bartender?
  9. Madeleines
  10. Biography: Berthe Morisot
  11. Quiche Lorraine
  12. List of French Books
  13. Retour à Killybegs – S. Chalandon (2019)
  14. Mousse aux éclats de chocolat (2019)
  15. Je suis fou de toi  (2019) – D. Bona
  16. Le Grand Meaulnes (2019) – Alain-Fournier

Paris in July

  1. Paris in July is a French themed blogging
  2. …experience running from the 1st – 31st July this year.
  3. The aim of the month is to celebrate our French experiences through
  4. actual visits, or through reading, watching, listening,
  5. observing, cooking and eating all things French!
  6. For more instructions how to share your posts go to Thyme for Tea.
  1. There will be no rules or targets …just blog about anything French
  2. …and you can join in! Some ideas might include;
  3. reading a French themed book – fiction or non-fiction,
  4. watching a French movie,
  5. listening to French music,
  6. cooking French food,
  7. experiencing French, art, architecture and travel.
  8. #ParisInJuly

What are my plans for 2021?

  1. Book:  Une ami de la famille by Jean-Marie Laclavetine winner Prix Marguerite Duras 2019
  2. Book:  Âme brisée by Akira Mizubayashi finalist  Prix Jean Giono 2019
  3. BookPaul Morand by Pauline Dreyfus winner Prix Le Goncourt de la biographie 2021.
  4. Book: Charlotte by David Foenkinos winner Prix Prix Goncourt des Lycéens 2014
  5. and winner Prix Renaudot 2014
  6. Play: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme – Molière  REVIEW