French food and wine are justifiably famous.
In France, everything to do with eating and drinking is celebrated as an art form in itself, and café culture is a signature of Paris. Yet travelers often joke about going to France for the croissants and then crossing into Italy for coffee….
Which is better for you, coffee or tea? Both contain that life-giving essence called caffeine, although the debate...Continue Reading
Ordering French coffee can be a bewildering experience for Americans. Should you order un café, un petit café,...Continue Reading
Before heading off to school or work, French people fuel up with toasted bread with butter and/or jam,...Continue Reading
Authentic French croissants Let’s talk about croissants. Many Americans are familiar with the buttery, crescent-shaped rolls that are...Continue Reading
UP Coffee, the application to manage your coffee consumption This is a brand new iPhone application that may...Continue Reading
Coffee is well-known for not being fattening. It is healthy. But what about the coffees served at Starbucks?...Continue Reading