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Alexander Lobrano

Alexander Lobrano by Steven RothfeldAlexander Lobrano is the Consulting Features Editor for Paris by Mouth.

Alec was European Correspondent for Gourmet magazine from 1999 until it closed in 2009, and has written about food and travel for Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, Travel & Leisure, Departures, Conde Nast Traveler, and many other publications in the United States and the United Kingdom since he moved to Paris in 1986. He is a contributing editor at Saveur magazine and a regular contributor to the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Guardian. In 2011, he was awarded the IACP’s Bert Greene award for culinary writing for his article “Spirit of the Bistro” in Saveur magazine. He is the author of Hungry for Paris: The Ultimate Guide to the City’s 109 Best Restaurants, Second Edition (Random House, 2014) and Hungry for France (Rizzoli, 2014).

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Catherine Down

Catherine Down

Catherine Down is the Assistant Editor of Paris by Mouth

Catherine has worked on an organic farm in rural France, coordinated farm tours in Philly, stuffed her face as a cheesemonger in Massachusetts, and studied food in just about every way possible while getting her Masters in Food Culture and Communications at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Italy. Most recently, she launched and edited Edible DC magazine, part of the James Beard award-winning network of local food magazines from Edible Communities. She could happily eat nothing but cheese every day.

Top 3 Paris Tastes: 
  • Razor clams with herb butter at Clamato
  • Kouign amann from Blé Sucré
  • Cherry pâtes de fruits and mango passionfruit caramels at Jacques Genin 

 

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Camille Malmquist

Camille MalmquistCamille Malmquist is a pastry chef who has worked in restaurants, bakeries, and pastry shops both in Paris and the United States. She has written for Secrets of Paris and Girls’ Guide to Paris, and wrote the dessert and bun recipes for Hamburger Gourmet (Marabout, 2012). A native of the Pacific Northwest, Camille has been a fan of craft beer since before she could afford to drink it. She’s been seeking out good beer in France since her arrival in 2008, a pursuit that has become increasingly fruitful as the French craft beer scene comes into its own.  She posts beer reviews, cooking tips, recipes, and travel stories on her blog Croque-Camille, and ideas for seasonal cooking on its little sibling, Seasonal Market Menus.

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http://croquecamille.wordpress.com/

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Barbra Austin

IMG_6005Originally from Cleveland, Barbra worked in professional kitchens for more than a decade as a pastry cook, first in Colorado and then in New York where she worked for Jonathan Waxman and Gabrielle Hamilton, among others.  She started blogging about food during a long stay in Paris in 2008 and hasn’t stopped.  Now based in Paris, she leads gastronomic walks for Context Travel and is a regular contributor to Girls’ Guide to Paris.

Top 3 Paris Tastes

  • Coucou de Rennes aux morilles at Chez Michel
  • Rochers Pralinés from Patrick Roger
  • Champagne any time

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http://www.barbraaustin.com

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Clotilde Dusoulier

Clotilde DusoulierClotilde Dusoulier is the young Parisienne behind the award-winning food blog Chocolate & Zucchini. Born and raised in Paris, she discovered her passion for food while working in California as a software engineer. She started her blog in 2003 and its success has allowed her to start a career as a full-time food writer. She is the author of many books, including The French Market Cookbook: Vegetarian Recipes from My Parisian Kitchen (2013), Clotilde’s Edible Adventures in Paris (2008), and Chocolate & Zucchini (2007). She has also helped edit I Know How to Cook (2009), the newly translated bible of French home cooking. She lives in Montmartre.

Top 3 Paris Tastes

  • Spider roll from Rice & Fish
  • Sunday poulet-frites from Drouant
  • Chocolate loaf cake from Cojean

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http://chocolateandzucchini.com

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John Talbott

John Talbott for Paris by MouthJohn Talbott was surely born in France of a chef father and food critic mother but spirited away to a forced childhood in America where he learned to cook, write and eat. At 18, he returned for a summer and has been in love with France and Paris ever since. He began reviewing restaurants and privately compiling a list of favorites 25 years ago. Since 2004, he has been involved with web activities at eGullet, Chow and now John Talbott’s Paris. He eats out every day he is in France and tries to drag his incredibly understanding wife Colette, children and grandchildren as well as friends along with him.

John is a moderator in the Paris by Mouth discussion forum.

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http://johntalbottsparis.typepad.com

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Patricia Wells

Patricia Wells 2Patricia Wells is an internationally recognized cookbook author, restaurant critic and teacher who divides her time between Paris and Provence. Her book Patricia Wells at Home in Provence (1996) won the James Beard Award for Best International Cookbook. She served as restaurant critic for the International Herald Tribune from 1980-2007 and for L’Express from 1988–1991. She remains the only American food writer to have been a restaurant critic for a major French publication. Her popular cooking classes in both Paris and Provence are usually booked more than a year in advance.

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http://www.patriciawells.com/

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About Food in Paris

About Food in Provence and elsewhere

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Phyllis Flick

Phyllis FlickPhyllis Flick is an American living in Paris who has written about Paris and French life for various publications, including the Time Out Eating and Drinking Guide to Paris. She has worked as a culinary translator for the English version of the Pudlo Guide to Paris and France.  Formally co-host of the France Forum of the eGullet Society for Culinary Arts and Letters, she now notes her latest finds on her blog, the Paris Notebook.

Phyllis is a moderator in the Paris by Mouth discussion forum.

Top 3 Paris Tastes

  • Crêpes au caramel au beurre salé from Breizh Café
  • Sesame bread from Véronique Mauclerc, toasted with some really good butter
  • Black truffle, artichoke and foie gras macaroni at le Bristol

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http://parisnotebook.wordpress.com

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Meg Zimbeck

Meg ZimbeckMeg Zimbeck is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Paris by Mouth.

Beyond the content on this site, she writes about food in Paris for the Wall Street Journal. In the past, she has served as the Paris editor for both Budget Travel and BlackBook and has contributed to Food & Wine, SAVEUR, AFARGridskipperthe BBC’s Olive magazine, and the seat-pocket magazines of United, Virgin Trains, and Gulf Air. She also hosted a program on Paris Street Eats for the  Travel Channel (USA). Meg’s food photography has been featured in T Magazinethe Wall Street Journal, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine, and Libération.

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http://megzimbeck.com

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