Travels with a Gourmet

a food lover's travels, memorable meals, culinary trials and gastronomic experiences

Saturday afternoon was spent at the Musée Nissim-Camondo, a mansion overlooking the Parc Monceau filled with Moise Camondo’s collection of late 18th century art, furniture and decoration. The museum showcases the home as it would have looked when Moise and his children lived in it. The rooms have been lovingly preserved and the furniture and …

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Having masitas (petits-fours), facturas (croissants and pastries) and sandwiches de miga (crust less white-bread sandwiches) for tea or for any other occasion is a must in Buenos Aires and each one has their own favorite Confiteria or Panaderia. La Exposicion on Juncal corner Libertad is located at the busy intersection called cinco esquinas used to …

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After our busy week in London, I spent the first few days back getting back on track with chores and preparing for the summer. The weekend was spent relaxing at home and since I was craving a fruity dessert, I thought why not attempt an apple crumble? After looking through several cookbooks, I finally found …

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