by Paige Donner The leaves are falling, the clocks have been turned back…Autumn is here in all its colorful beauty with Winter just on the horizon… A poem I saw recently by Toulouse-Lautrec goes something like this: Autumn est le … Continue reading
by Paige Donner Gillardeau Oysters and French Tea Tasting Ahhh yes, it’s March once again and that of course means that spring is just around the corner. For this episode of Paris GOOD food + wine I’m letting you in … Continue reading
Paige Donner, host-producer of Paris GOOD food + wine brings you a special sweet summer ’16 episode of the program, the first-ever English language radio show and podcast about French food and wine broadcast from Paris. In this show we’ll … Continue reading
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by Paige Donner This episode of Paris GOODfood+wine is dedicated to Paris. Especially to the families, loved ones and friends of the innocent lives that were taken and injured #solidarité in the November 13th attacks here. It’s impossible to imagine … Continue reading
posted by Paige Donner In this episode of Paris GOODfood+wine for November 2015 we’ll be hearing all about ways in which the centuries’ strong Franco-American relations are deepening. The golden nugget of this episode is an interview with members of … Continue reading
Episode 10 Paris GOODfood+wine – The Halloween Special Airing on World Radio Paris October 2015 and here we are on our second episode in our second season ofParis GOODfood+wine. Jack o’Lantern – Happy Halloween This being the month of Halloween, a … Continue reading
Episode 10 Paris GOODfood+wine – The Halloween Special
Airing on World Radio Paris
October 2015 and here we are on our second episode in our second season of Paris GOODfood+wine.
This being the month of Halloween, a beloved North American holiday, we have a couple of our youngster expats ringing in on what they remember and love the most about celebrating Halloween back home.
Autumn also means cosy evenings by the fireplace. And what’s a better companion to that than a glass of fine Port Wine. Mr. Manuel Cabral joins us for this segment to give us hints and suggestions of what pairs nicely with that glass of Tawny or Ruby port wine. He’s the Executive Director of the Instituto dos Vinhos do Douro et do Porto of Portugal.
Port Wine Pairs Well With Chocolate and Cosy Evenings By the Fireplace
Gilles Pudlowski, restaurant critic and food writerAnd for this season, we’re spicing up our restaurant reviews by adding yet another voice, namely Gilles Pudlowski who is a renown French restaurant critic specialized in Paris restaurants. For this episode, he’ll be introducing us to Chef Jean- François Piège’s new restaurant just opened in September here in Paris called Le Grand Restaurant.
Halloween Special 8′ 55
Manuel Cabral Porto Douro 6′ 54
Gilles Pudlowski 8′ 45
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posted by Paige Donner Paris GOODfood+wine 9 – Season 2 / 2015 September For season Two’s kick off of Paris GOODfood+wine we’ll be hearing from Sylvie Cazes, the civic-minded Bordealaise who is now the proud owner of her very own … Continue reading
posted by Paige Donner Episode 8 of GOODfood+wine (Music J by Domestic Pressures) In tribute to last month’s announcement that both Burgundy and Champagne are now included as UNESCO World Heritage cultural sites, I am running interviews on this … Continue reading
by Paige Donner Welcome to another episode of GOODfood+wine. For this edition, airing first on Sunday May 3rd 2015 in Paris, you’ll be hearing an interview I did with Paris’ famed Palace Hotel, Le Bristol’s Head sommelier, French-Canadian Marco Pelletier, … Continue reading
GOODfood+wine aka Paris GOODfood+wine © Paige Donner 2014 Episode 4 Climats de Bourgogne by Paige Donner – Interview with Guillaume D’Angerville Emily Dilling Interview by Paige Donner – In studio interview with our GOODfood+wine fresh market reporter Chef Singer (formerly) … Continue reading
by Paige Donner In this episode of Paris GOODfood+wine you’ll hear all about a small French bird called the ortolan, considered a traditional culinary delicacy in some circles. Next, Paris restaurant critic and book author Alec Lobrano joins us again … Continue reading
Tom Colicchio, celebrity chef and founder of Food Policy Action says, “We’re going to send a clear message to Congress that we’re organized, we’re viable, we’re strong, and yes we have a food movement and it’s coming for you.” Blog … Continue reading
by Paige Donner This Valentine’s Day why not indulge in a bit of self-love? Yes, I mean CHOCOLATE! The good thing about eating chocolate is that it’s actually included in the grouping of Nature’s Super Foods. Gotta love nature! If … Continue reading
by Paige Donner If you read French and keep on top of French culinary news, you may already have bookmarked several of these articles that buzzed around the social media waves these past weeks, namely how France is mounting a … Continue reading