The Queen Dined on Foie Gras at The Elysée,

This fun little documentary walks you through the preparations of President Hollande’s Elysée state dinner for Queen Elizabeth II that took place in 2014 in honor of D-Day. Continue reading

Episode 46: Eulogy to Dad, Notre Dame, Clos St. Patrice, Cuverie des Ursulines, Clarendelle

by Paige Donner This episode of Paris GOODfood+wine, April 2019 is dedicated to my father, Eugene Martin Donner. He passed away on April 11th. It was his love and passion for life, and his appreciation for fine wines and good … Continue reading

Now on iHeart Radio, Paris GOODfood+wine podcast

Paris GOODfood+wine podcast is now on iHeart Radio Catch all of our episodes on this top-shelf radio and podcast platform, US -based, that counts 128 million users! 08.07.18 iHeartRadio Celebrates 128 Million Users! (as of April 2019) We’re celebrating a … Continue reading

45: CBD Edibles, Andy Hayler Restaurant Critic, Food Waste in Paris PGf+w

by Paige Donner Today’s episode of Paris GOODfood+wine from this springtime in Paris is an interview with renowned Restaurant Critic, Andy Hayler, a quick tutoial on CBD Edibles, and a short report on Food Waste In Paris. Click HERE to LISTEN To … Continue reading

Alain Passard’s Vegetable Garden Party

by Paige Donner (All photos © 2019) Ever wondered what the (not ‘a’, but ‘the’) famous French chef’s vegetable gardens look like? You know the chef I mean, the one whose 3-Michelin starred Parisian all-vegetable restaurant became world-famous precisely because … Continue reading

Episode 44: Paris Restaurants, Le CBD Café Cookbook & Wines of The World by Barrère Capdeville

by Paige Donner Today’s episode of Paris GOODfood+wine from this early February springtime in Paris is all about restaurants and wines…and a brand new Cookbook!  Click HERE to LISTEN The first segment features a longtime colleague of mine named Heidi … Continue reading

Episode 42: The Feast Is In The First Bite – Chefs Ludo Lefebvre & Nina Métayer

by Paige Donner The feast is in the first bite. I came across this phrase recently listening to a science program on the radio about how human taste buds function. Click on the Above Picture or HERE TO LISTEN TO … Continue reading

Alice Waters – L’Art de la Cuisine Simple

West Coast USA’s culinary ambassador of slow food never went to a cooking school. Instead, Alice Waters taught herself by doing, by watching and by absorbing. Her sojourns in France, namely in Nantes and en Provence, were also great leaps … Continue reading

Disgusting Food Museum – LA and Sweden

posted by Paige Donner Every season has its culinary delights and traditions. The Disgusting Food Museum will surely show you a few you might never have tried, let alone even heard of! And a dish that may be disgusting to … 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