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Explore: Paris, Part 2

There is a huge learning curve that comes with living in Europe. One of the things we’ve learned quickly is that most things close almost completely on Sundays (or have extremely reduced hours). Its actually sort of a nice change, to see that companies actually want their employees to rest and that they sacrifice an …

Explore: Paris, Part 1

When I say “Paris”, an inevitable sigh is followed. For those of you who don’t know, or have never had a long enough conversation with me (but let’s be real, it ALWAYS comes up), I studied abroad in Paris in 2009 with Roxanne. Omri and I went to Paris for a delayed anniversary trip and …

The Tunnel House

Amelia and Eran joined us one night for dinner at The Tunnel House, an old pub that used to cater to miners! We had pies and pints – savory and delish! Click through to read on

Homemade Crusty White Bread

Omri and I have now developed a taste for a nightly cheese course (good thing I walk 5 miles a day!) – and what better to accompany cheese than fresh bread or baguette! While strolling down the aisles of Waitrose and Tesco, two of our local supermarkets, I discovered a TON of awesome baking ingredients, …