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Le Bon Choix French Bakery in Brisbane

Le Bon Choix French Bakery in Brisbane

4Jun13 • 0 comments

Rich and Divine, this French Bakery has almost everything you would find in a Parisian Boulangerie or Pâtisserie. Since I can’t always indulge in my favorite pâtisseries in Paris, Le Bon Choix French Bakery in Brisbane in my next best option. I have been there many times with my husband and it constantly reminds me of [...]

Julia Child’s Boeuf Bourguignon

Julia Child’s Boeuf Bourguignon

4Jun13 • 1 comment

I love Julia Child’s recipes, particularly her Boeuf Bourguignon which is such a wonderful mouth-watering French classic. Julia Child (August 15, 1912 – August 13, 2004) was an American chef, author, and television personality who Mastered the Art of French Cooking at the famous Le Cordon Bleu cooking school in Paris, France. Apart from Julia [...]

Boeuf Bourguignon Recipe

Boeuf Bourguignon Recipe

3Jun13 • 4 comments

Traditionally, a Boeuf bourguignon also called beef Burgundy, or boeuf à la Bourguignonne originated in the Burgundy region (in French, Bourgogne). Boeuf bourguignon is one of many peasant dishes, like the Coq au Vin, being slowly refined into French haute cuisine. I have adapted this slow cooked Boeuf Bourguignon Recipe from Rachel Khoo, author of [...]

Why I Love Paris

Why I Love Paris

31May13 • 3 comments

I could begin by explaining the archetypical reasons of why I love Paris; because of the history, food, culture, romantic atmosphere, the language, but this is not the only reason why I love this city. Saying these reasons alone would simply be an abstract to what Paris is really about and it would not give this [...]

Luxembourg Palace and Gardens Paris

Top 3 Tips for a Memorable Stroll through Paris

31May13 • 3 comments

A leisurely stroll through Paris is definitely the best way to experience what this amazing city has to offer. Below are our Top 3 Tips for a Memorable Stroll through Paris. 1. Take a High Quality or Professional Camera – Not just any run of the mill $100 camera. You don’t want to get back [...]

Croque Madame Muffins Recipe

Croque Madame Muffins Recipe

27May13 • 4 comments

Croque Madame Muffins are the perfect thing to eat for petit déjeuner (breakfast). I first saw these the other night while watching The Little Paris Kitchen hosted by Rachel Khoo (who is now my most favorite cook ever!!). She’s an English cook living in Paris who opens up her tiny little Parisian apartment at night [...]

Top 10 French Themed Baby Shower Gifts

Top 10 French Themed Baby Shower Gifts

7May13 • 1 comment

Bonjour bebe! The French themed baby shower is becoming a hot trend with pale pinks, duck egg blues, delectable macarons, and cupcakes labelled Merci! Below are our Top 10 French Themed Baby Shower Gifts! 1. Baby Aspen Monsieur Le Squeak Plush Mouse and Blanket Gift Set Monsieur Squeak has a pink nose, a long tail, [...]

Eiffel Tower at Sunrise in Paris

Paris, France Walking Tour Video

6May13 • 1 comment

The French capital city of Paris is my all time favorite place in the world. So much so, that I call it my adopted home town. It’s beauty, cultural highlights, amazing pastries, Renaissance architecture and rich history brings tourists from all over the world to experience what the City of Lights has to offer. This [...]

High End Parisian Fashion have Aussie Crocodiles in the bag

High End Parisian Fashion have Aussie Crocodiles in the bag

3May13 • 0 comments

Imagine strutting down the most illustrious street in Paris, the Champs-Élysées, flaunting your brand new high-end Hermes Birkin bag handmade to perfection. Your new addition has welcomed you into the exclusive most-expensive-handbag-club. It feels amazing, you look wonderful and it’s so exclusive; it is beyond fashion itself. But how do you feel about the crocodile [...]

Hermes Crocodile Skin Birkin Bag

The Hermes Birkin Bag; Is it worth it?

3May13 • 0 comments

The exclusive Birkin Bag by world renowned French designer Hermes! Would you ever buy one? and is it worth it? The Hermes Birkin bag is a symbol of wealth usually hanging in the crook of the arm of A list celebrities such as Nicole Richie, Kim Kardashian, Victoria Beckham, Lady Gaga, Renee Zellweger, Pharrell, Kanye West, [...]

Versailles Inspired Cupcakes

Versailles Inspired Cupcakes

29Apr13 • 3 comments

The other day I caught the creative bug again and decided to indulge in some cake decorating. My kids love it when I get creative in the kitchen because they know there’s something in it for them. The licking of the spatula and bowl, and of course the enjoyment of eating it when it’s finished! [...]

Paris city guide – travel video

Paris city guide – travel video

24Apr13 • 0 comments

Paris city guide – Lonely Planet travel video While searching Youtube I found this fantastic video of Paris by Lonely Planet. Thought I’d share it with you. Paris city guide – Lonely Planet travel video   Paris city guide – Lonely Planet travel video, Paris City Guide, Paris Video, Tour of Paris, Paris

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Versailles Photos

22Apr13 • 0 comments

Photos from Versailles, France when my husband and I travelled there in September 2011. Versailles Palace and Marie Antoinette’s Estate is simply Amazing!! All images are copyright of Frenchatheart.net and it’s owners. The copying of any images from Frenchatheart.net is forbidden and will result in legal action. versailles, French at Heart, Marie Antoinette’s Estate, Marie [...]

Pastries from A la Flûte Enchantée Paris

Best Tarte aux Fraises in Paris

19Apr13 • 0 comments

When my husband and I went Paris, I experienced the most divine thing I had ever eaten and what I would call the Best Tarte aux Fraises in Paris. On our last day we sent off a few postcards to family and set off to find a boulangerie. We came across A La Flûte Enchantée [...]

Top 5 Movies Set in Paris

Top 5 Movies Set in Paris

19Apr13 • 0 comments

  1. Midnight in Paris Magnificent sites include the Eiffel Tower, Luxemburg Gardens, Cafes and Restaurants, Montmartre, Moulin Rouge, French Markets, Paris in the 1920’s, Monet’s Garden, Musée Marmottan Monet and the Versailles Palace and Gardens in Versailles. Famous artists and painters such as Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein and [...]

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