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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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Oysters at Le Mary Celeste in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Le Mary Celeste

Le Mary Celeste is a venture from the people behind Candelaria and Glass. Accordingly, there’s a solid cocktail program and two Brooklyn beers on tap. Another creative and beautiful (now nautical) interior from David Rager, Cheri Messerli and Gilles Tombeur. These get a lot of attention, as do the rotating cast of mostly wild oysters sold seasonally by the piece for 2-5€.  >> Read More

Vote for Your Favorite Food Blogs

Nominations for the annual Saveur Best Food Blog Awards have just been announced, and we’re a contender in the category of Best Culinary Travel Blog. How cool is that? Other Paris nominations in 2012:

  • Adam Wayda and his blog Paris Pâtisseries are nominated for Best Dining Coverage. Those questioning whether pastry consumption really qualifies as dining have never seen Adam put away six desserts for breakfast.
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