La Sassa: The most terrifying drive that was worth it.

Sometimes you know what to expect when you go to a restaurant. Sometimes you have no clue what to expect. Sometimes you think you know what to expect and realize you were wrong. Sometimes getting there is not the issue you expect. Sometimes you are surprised by the unexpected. All of this was the experience … Continue reading La Sassa: The most terrifying drive that was worth it.

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Un Soir dans le grand cité: Le Sanglier Bleu et Le Moulin Rouge

My husband surprised me with tickets to a show at the Moulin Rouge, and an 11:00 p.m. showing at that. Normally waaaaaay past the bedtime for this Northwest girl, but for some ridiculous reason, this city gives you an energy you never thought you had in your core. So we set out about 8:30 last … Continue reading Un Soir dans le grand cité: Le Sanglier Bleu et Le Moulin Rouge

A sweet little French breakfast on a rooftop facing Sacré Coeur

No idea what to expect, but I knew I wanted to do a cooking class. I took my first cooking class abroad in 2012 in Istanbul with Selin & her company, Turkish Flavors. It changed me. I loved being in someone else's kitchen, hearing their stories, watching their tricks, examining their layout and tools, finding … Continue reading A sweet little French breakfast on a rooftop facing Sacré Coeur