I don’t love the word foodie. But only because it’s used so liberally nowadays that sometimes it makes even me cringe a little. Yet for the purposes of this article, here it is and quite frankly, if you either work in the food sector, in social media or write about food it’s a term very hard not to use. Because everyone nowadays is a foodie. But what does that mean.
A long weekend in the city of lights was just what the doctor ordered. Winter isn’t a bad time to visit Paris at all. It’s less crowded, you can zip in and out of the museums and cold, rainy days and nights just beg for you to sit indoors at a cozy bistro to stuff your face with cheese and sip wine. Thanks to a few tips from friends in
Paris is always a good idea. The city of lights has been rocked to its core over the past couple of years with a series of horrific terrorist attacks, the latest in November 2015, killing approximately 130 people.Predictably, this has taken a heavy toll on tourism and speaking to some tour operators, hotel staff and taxi drivers while I was in town this weekend, was told that in the two