Ina's Insider Guide to Paris

• 06 January 2009




























If I had to pick one cookbook to have and to hold, it would be one of Ina Garten's stellar books. She is an excellent cook, has excellent taste, yet still manages to "keep it real". I love that.

When I found this recently online, I knew it was a keeper. Ina's little inside guide to Paris? Her favorite lunch spots and haunts? Her favorite food sources? I'll take it. Can you imagine being a guest at one of her many Paris dinner parties? Sigh....

If you want to know where to eat, where to stay, and what markets to hit in Paris, click here.

photo from LauDeLyon's flickr photostream

8 comments:

Cher said...

Can't wait to hit those spots with you in March!

Jen said...

Have you seen this? It's Ina's New York apartment - so Ina.

http://home.aol.com/decorating/photo-gallery/hb/_a/at-home-with-the-barefoot-contessa/20080226143009990001

Lindsey said...

What a great find!
Thanks for sharing!

{ Lindsey }
www.coveiter.com

liz stanley said...

ooh, me too. i have all her cookbooks

Jaime said...

I will be going to Paris in June so this will be very helpful. Thanks so much.

Jen said...

Thanks for this! Two of my favorite things all rolled into one!
♥Jen

Vanessa said...

Thanks for sharing! We are taking our baby on a trip to Paris and Italy in May. This will be his first time on a plane and he will be 8 months. Do you have any tips on how to travel with a baby. We will be taking taxis, renting a car and taking a train and I am puzzled how to carry the infant the car seat and all the luggage. What do parents do when they travel with an infant?

Thanks in advance for your tips!

Vanessa

Stephanie said...

Vanessa, shoot me an email...I have a couple of tips :)

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