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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: Paris Cocktail Talk interview with Paris Paysanne

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: Paris Cocktail Talk interview with Paris Paysanne

    In this special episode of the podcast I’m sharing an interview I did with Forest Collins, founder of 52 Martinis and the podcast Paris Cocktail Talk. We spoke about how the Covid 19 crisis is affecting rural France and it’s workers, wine makers, farmers, and other artisans.






    FOREST COLLINS is a Paris-based Cocktail Expert and the founder of the online guide to Paris cocktail bars and other small batch spirits news 52 Martinis. She is also the host of the podcast Paris Cocktail Talk. While she may be an expert in drinks, she is also a passionate foodie and, having lived in France for over sixteen years, knows her way around a French cheese board.  













































    Thanks so much to Forest for talking with me and giving me a platform to share my experience and observations of how this pandemic is hitting rural France.
    Here are some links to the great resources and people we mentioned during our talk:
    Paul and Anouk (who I am working for right now) are natural wine makers in Thésée and they make beautiful natural wines under the name Les Jardins de Theseiis.
    Stacey Pedersen Keating is the Home Ec 101 queen and shares her knowledge on her blog The Modern Domestique. She shared her recipe for sprouted lentils on Paris Paysanne 7 years ago (!).
    The Quaran(tiny) Guide to … series will be published in collaboration with my friend and founder of Comestible Journal, Anna Brones. You can keep up to date with that project and how to get your hands on our pantry empowerment guides by following Paris Paysanne and Comestible Journal on Instagram.
    Thanks most of all to you for listening! I’m not sure when I’ll be back with more podcast episodes, but it is always a joy to share news from France with you and I’m grateful to Forest for making this episode possible!
    Stay healthy and safe and I hope to have more stories for you very soon!

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: The City's Best Asian Restaurants with ChopChicks in Paris

    Paris Paysanne Podcast: The City's Best Asian Restaurants with ChopChicks in Paris

    In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast I'll be talking with Jocelyn
    Ho and Diana Lu, the founders of Chopchicks in Paris, a project documenting
    their favorite Asian restaurants across the city.

    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!

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