Bienvenue to French A L.A Carte Blog! This blog features French Culture and Lifestyle in the USA celebrating the French art de Vivre bringing more joie de vivre in your life. French A L.A Carte Blog is the bilingual French Culture & Lifestyle site for Francophones and Francophiles in the USA.
Bonjour, my name is Guylaine Simone Gamble aka for fun, @veryinspiredpro (most of the time:) because I have a passion and thrive on inspiration. When I am not blogging or working on my other projects I enjoy spending time with my family & discovering new people, places & event.
I am a French-American born and raised in Picardie, France and I grew up in sunny Los Angeles, California. Today I live in Dallas, Texas area with my family.
I created this blog in April 2011 as a fun hobby to celebrate my French culture and feature French people, places, and events in my city to share with the French community but also Francophiles and Francophones. (I took a little hiatus from blogging and I am back!) As you can probably tell from the posts, I am a bit of a big gourmande. (One item of my bucket list is to rediscover all of France’s regions and taste all the specialties and wine!)
The name of the blog was inspired by a previous business venture I created in the early ’90s called French A L.A Carte while I was teaching French to kids of all ages. I coined the name French A L.A Carte (which has become very popular online now) and thought it was a great fit for the blog as well it was born in Los Angeles and I could offer readers a French Menu or an à L.A Carte selection.
Today French A L.A Carte Blog travels in the United States From Los Angeles to Dallas and places in between, the French culture is alive and well in the United States.
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