I sent a snapchat of all my recent cookbook purchases to a friend of mine and she made the TP joke. I laughed because it’s true! I got all these new cookbooks in the mail within a week of each other. I had some of them in my Amazon cart for awhile and finally just…
How are you surviving COVID-19? It’s a crazy time, no? For normalcy’s sake, I figured I’d do a currently post. I haven’t done one since last October! Who’s ready to see what I’m cooking, baking, and how training is going?
Going to the big tourist spots are required, but this French Wine and Cheese Pairing was my favorite excursion! It was at Geraldine’s private apartment, making it truly an immersion experience.
After returning from Amboise, we had another “free day” and walked around 10 miles to build up an appetite for our dinner at Monsieur Bleu. It’s located within the Palais de Tokyo, just across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower. The trees were full of leaves so you could only see it if you squinted.
Amboise is one of those charming small towns that comes alive during the day. After our chateaux tours, we were dropped off at our hotel. It was the perfect city to escape the hustle and bustle of Paris for a few days in the middle of our trip.
I haven’t done a Currently Post since February! Time to discuss a few recent favorites and one very exciting development.
Are you tired of hearing about Asheville after the Half Marathon, Biltmore Tour, and Breweries? Well, too bad, because I have more to share! Like where we stayed, downtown Asheville and where we ate.
Just like when we traveled to Indy for the marathon and tried out some breweries, after the Asheville Half Marathon we hit up a few Asheville breweries. There are 26 breweries in Asheville and 60 in the surrounding area! We went to four, including Green Man Brewery with its huge mosaic wall of their logo.
While in Asheville, you must visit the Biltmore Estate! We toured the house, did a wine tasting and had lunch at Cedric’s Tavern.
January was a busy month, I’m looking forward to a slightly less hectic February. But first, let’s do an abbreviated recap of January 2019.