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Paris Piquant by Philippa Campsie

By Thecleverpup @TheCleverPup

Paris Piquant by Philippa Campsie

Le Comptoir Colonial.   photo: copyright Philippa Campsie and Norman Ball


So many flavours, so little time...
Philippa Campsie, professor at the University of Toronto and a blogger about things Parisian at Parisian Fields, has been writing about the more piquant side of Paris. Yes, there is more to Paris than the ubiquitous macaron. Here's a link to her article at Bonjour Paris.
http://www.bonjourparis.com/story/paris-piquant-boutiques-spices-mustards-oils/

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