If you’ve been reading Oui in France for a while, this type of post might look familiar. Monday Mishmash was a conversational roundup-style post I used to do with no real purpose other than to chitchat. I’d update you on happenings around here, share some fun links and let you know about anything else going on.
A morning walking around a French marché is time well spent. Whether you’re in a big city or a small…
Last week, the 32nd annual Salon des Vins de Loire welcomed over 8,000 people over 2 days in Angers. I…
I love checking out all the products and packaging and really do enjoy my trips to the supermarket. So to be useful today, I’ve put together 9 handy tips for grocery shopping in France.
France is home to some of the best wine in the world, and if you want to save a little…
I recently learned of Zaggora Breakfast Smoothies so I bought some on a whim after seeing the shake is nutritionally sound and that they deliver within Europe. Here’s my Zaggora Breakfast Smoothie review. Find out if Zaggora protein shakes are worth your money or not. Is Zaggora a hit or miss? Read on for my protein shake review.
Not all countries have the same food products and when you move abroad, discovering all the new foods is part…
I’m surprised this funny exchange about French bread took 5 years to happen. At first, I wasn’t sure if it…
How can you bring wine back from France? All you need is to have one bottle of red wine explode in your suitcase to never want to try to transport wine on a long-haul flight ever again.
If you ask me what my favorite store in France is, Picard would quickly come to mind. The frozen food giant is like nothing I’d ever experienced in the USA, and I make weekly visits (or as often as my little freezer will allow). Why is Picard in France so special and what do they sell?
Starbucks are pretty similar when it comes to branding no matter where you are, but there are some marked differences between Starbucks in France versus the USA.
No one wants to embarrass themselves at a multicultural Christmas dinner (or ever)…. but if you’re not careful, that’s exactly what you might do. Let me tell you my story about eating soup in France.
Does French food make you weak in the knees? Check out this interactive gourmet food map of France to discover your favorites and a few new dishes!
I’ve always loved grocery shopping and my outings to French grocery stores delight me even 5 years in. There’s always something new to be discovered. I respect the fact that people have their own eating habits and preferences but I can’t say you’ll ever see me willingly ingest any of the meat at French grocery stores you see below.
Ask anyone what foods France is known for and I’m sure the word baguette will tumble out of their mouth…
Are Buff Bake products worth your hard-earned cash? Read on for my Buff Bake review.
If you’re visiting France or dining out at a fancy restaurant and want to get the name of the wine right, this post is for you So you can impress your friends, we’re cluing you in on how to pronounce French wines, with audio. There’s no need to embarrass yourself by botching the French wine pronunciation.
I bought a Le Creuset Dutch oven last week because my houseguest wanted to cook for us. And I love it.
So over the past couple of weeks, I’ve happily sampled a variety of Natsu products and am sharing my thoughts here.
Here’s more on Natsu Foods and why I think it’s a brand you should check out.
Ever browse the French dessert aisle? It’s my favorite section of the grocery store and here’s why!