Beer Is The New Climate Change Casualty

by Paige Donner Brace yourselves, your preferred cold brew may soon become a hot commodity. The price of beer is set to double, triple, even quadruple in the coming years. That’s what a team of international scientists have predicted when … Continue reading

Episode 41: Natural Wines, Wine Calling and Sustainable Seafood podcast by Paige Donner

by Paige Donner LISTEN TO EPISODE 41 of Paris GOODfood+wine HERE   Standard Definition: Natural wine is wine made with minimal chemical and technological intervention, both in growing grapes and making them into wine. The term is used to distinguish … Continue reading

Houndsley, Idéale & Île St.-Louis

Île Saint-Louis, Paris  We’ve pushed the clocks back – this weekend – and the Indian Summer temperatures in the 70s that have spoiled us all Autumn-long disappeared this week, too, along with the daylight.  Winter is fast approaching and with … Continue reading

Episode 40: The PRASAD Project, Austrian Wine Masterclass, Chefs Avi Szapiro and Indra Carrillo

by Paige Donner Season 5 of Paris GOODfood+wine is generously being brought to you by IoTShipping. Internet of Things = IoT IoTShipping tracks and traces your value assets using smart sensors that monitor temperature, geolocation and movement throughout the transport … Continue reading

Season 5 Paris GOODfood+wine Cuisine Mode d’Emplois Episode 39 by Paige Donner

by Paige Donner   When Life Kicks You To The Curb, Make Jumbalaya!  Recidivism, Incarceration & Cooking The season five Kick-off of Paris GOOD food+wine is all about a very particular recipe for cooking Jumbalaya. And its principal inspiration is … Continue reading

Episode 38: Tribute Show To Bourdain and Gold, Best of Season 4 PGf+w

This episode of Paris GOODfood+wine is a tribute show to Anthony Bourdain and Jonathan Gold Continue reading

Two 2-Starred Chefs at l’Aéroport Charles de Gaulle

by Paige Donner The French Taste by Chef Guy Martin (2* Michelin chef) is open for the summer business at the Charles de Gaulle airport, Paris’ main international airport. You can find this bistronomic restaurant in Terminal 2F. It is … Continue reading

Lanson + Viticulture Durable en Champagne (VDC)

by Paige Donner Tasted today at Pavillon Ledoyen’s hosted Patisserie and Champagne Salon (Paris) was Lanson’s just-about-to-be-released organic and Demeter certified champagne. Notes of citrus, yellow fruits, fresh and mineral, this champagne has been aged 3 years and is the … Continue reading

Vins de Bergerac Southwest France

by Paige Donner It seems that everyone these days can’t get enough of the wines from the Southwest of France, namely the Bergerac region. It’s likely just a coincidence that Wine Enthusiast named it their region of the year for … Continue reading

New French Chefs At The Eiffel Tower

by Paige Donner Announced by the French Press (Le Point) just hours ago, the Eiffel Tower, affectionately known by the French as La Dame de Fer, will have two new resident French chefs as of January 2019. Chef Thierry Marx, … Continue reading