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The Paris Paysanne Podcast takes you on a tour of what's new and exciting in the Paris food scene, while introducing you to the innovative people that influence the city's food culture.

Paris Paysanne Podcast Emily Dilling

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The Paris Paysanne Podcast takes you on a tour of what's new and exciting in the Paris food scene, while introducing you to the innovative people that influence the city's food culture.

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Giving Spent Grain a Second Life with Instead Mobilier & Brewsticks

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Giving Spent Grain a Second Life with Instead Mobilier & Brewsticks

    In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I'll be talking with two
    innovative people involved in the zero waste movement in the world of craft
    beer. First I'll speak with Franck Grossel, the founder of Instead Mobilier
    which builds “brewed” furniture made from spent grain. Then I'll talk to
    Elsa Raverdy of Brewsticks, a company that takes spent grain and turns it
    into tasty, zero waste snacks.

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Laurent Le Coustumer of Radio Vino

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Laurent Le Coustumer of Radio Vino

    In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I talk with Laurent Le
    Coustumer of Radio Vino about bringing music, podcasting, and wine together
    in the inventive application that he co-created with partner Thierry
    Poincin of En Vrac.

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Gabe Barry of Brooklyn Brewery

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Gabe Barry of Brooklyn Brewery

    In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I talk with Gabe Barry of
    Brooklyn Brewery about craft beer as a catalyst for social change and craft
    beer culture in Europe.

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Debra Kemp of CheeseFox

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Debra Kemp of CheeseFox

    In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I talk with Debra Kemp of
    CheeseFox about bringing artisanal English cheese to France!

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Carole Bumpus author of Searching for Family and Traditions at the French Table

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Carole Bumpus author of Searching for Family and Traditions at the French Table

    In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I speak with Carole Bumpus,
    author of Searching for Family and Traditions at the French Table.

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Part 2 with Katie Peraudeau of Art Is An Ale Brewery

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Part 2 with Katie Peraudeau of Art Is An Ale Brewery

    In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast we continue our conversation with Katie Peraudeau of Art Is An Ale Brewery about craft beer in France and introducing brew pub culture to Amboise.
















    Matt and Katie Peraudeau, founders of Art Is An Ale Brewery in Amboise












    Art Is An Ale Brewery is a craft brewery and taproom that is scheduled to open in Amboise on June 20th- just in time for Fête de la Musique! In order to learn more about this exciting project, I met up with Katie Peraudeau who is the co-founder of the brewery along with her husband, Matt.
    We had so much to talk about and so much fun doing so that I decided to turn our interview into a two part series. In part one we learn about the background and idea behind Art Is An Ale Brewery as well as Katie’s thoughts on craft beer culture in France and the importance of bringing beer to the people!
    There will surely be tons of news, events, and other exciting things coming from the brewery as they rev up for their grand opening and celebrate their first busy season in the charming town of Amboise. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram for more information and updates.
    Thanks so much to Katie for taking the time to talk to me for this episode!
    Thanks also to World Radio Paris for welcoming us into their family! Check out their list of local shows to find more great France based English language radio programs. 
    Thanks as always to Ben Nerot, who wrote and performed the podcast's theme song and who is also hopefully watering my tomato. plants while I’m out of town.
    And thanks to you for listening! Be sure to tune in next time to the Paris Paysanne Podcast! Like what you hear? Leave a review on iTunes or tell a friend about the podcast!
    I’m excited to announce that a fully updated and expanded edition of My Paris Market Cookbook is now available for preorder on Amazon in the US and France. Stay tuned for more information regarding upcoming events and book signings!

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