More than four and a half years ago, my then fiance took me to the most romantic city in the world. Unfortunately, we were at the tail end of a rather long and tiring trip, rather spent in both energy and dosh, unused to the wintry cold and didn’t quite manage to absorb the sparkling wonderland, that is Paris.

This time it was different. Good different. We visited Musee D’Orsay for a dose of culture, we traipsed through busy markets, we shared meals amongst locals in quiet suburbs, we sat in the park and soaked up the sun, we had a picnic on the steps of Sacre Couer, breakfast by the Seine and we finally saw Eiffel Tower up close at night. I loved every single bit of it and this is how I will remember Paris forever…


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It's all about my gastronomical journeys, and sometimes an inedible thought or two. One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating. ~Luciano Pavarotti and William Wright, Pavarotti, My Own Story This is my personal journey where I devote my attention to eating, cooking, experimenting and taking chances. Anything I come across with a droolfactor worth sharing, it's here. I hope you'll enjoy this journey with me.


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