French apple pie has nothing to do with its American patriotic cousin from the Vermont state. In France we call apple pie: “Tarte aux pommes” and it is more of a tart than a pie. The difference is that a … Continue reading Tarte aux pommes
“Bastille Day is the name given in English-speaking countries to the FrenchNational Day, which is celebrated on July 14 each year. In France, it is formally called Fête nationale (French pronunciation: [fɛːt nasjɔˈnal]; The National Celebration) and commonly Le quatorze juillet (French pronunciation: [lə.ka.tɔʁz.ʒɥiˈjɛ]; the fourteenth of July).!!! ” … Continue reading Happy Bastille Day Los Angeles!
“Learn casual French or street talk infused with French culture and you won’t be sounding old-school on your trip!” says Valerie Swanson Parmentier author of French Street Talk. This book is a collaborative effort written for 21st century travelers to France whose time … Continue reading Do You French “Street Talk”?