Category Archives: Cookies

Advent: Day 3

The Film: Hors de prix [Priceless] I won’t lie. This film is Breakfast at Tiffany’s. In French. Is this a bad thing? I think not. And I’ll give you two reasons. Gad Elmaleh and Audrey Tautou. These two French stars are amazing … Continue reading

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Advent: Day 2

The Film: Mon meilleur ami [My Best Friend] Directed by Patrice Lectone, this film has everything you would want from a good comedy but is secretly so much more. It’s a simple idea but the way Leconte approaches the subject, … Continue reading

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Rebel

I love the Internet. I love looking up recipes. And then totally ignoring them. Well, I don’t totally ignore them, I treat them more like guidelines. Very loose guidelines. Yes, yes, I’m a culinary rebel. So this, the Christmas of … Continue reading

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Christmas Of Make

The walls are hung with magazines I folded page by page into a diamond shape and then draped with a paper and string garland. The tree is power-packed with bows made from magazines, colored lights which illuminate drink umbrellas leftover … Continue reading

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