Paris Luxury Food Guide

Victoria, Canada (PressExposure) June 28, 2011 -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ATTENTION FOOD, TRAVEL & LIFESTYLE EDITORS

The Paris Luxury Food Guide Now Available

When you think of France, it's the traditions of food and cooking that come to mind - baguettes, foie gras, caviar, chocolate, cheese and wine. And now, Paris to Provence Culinary Adventures is pleased to introduce The Paris Luxury Food Guide. The 2011 edition is filled with top culinary addresses in Paris.

"I love the monuments and museums of Paris as much as the next gal," says author Diane Shaskin, "but it's the search for the best baguette, hidden food shop and traditional French food that really excite me."

The Paris Luxury Food Guide, Shaskin adds, collects her favourite culinary addresses from a dozen years of living in and visiting Paris.

In this eBook, the city is organized into:

1. Epic Luxury Food Stores

2. Petite & Specialty Food Shops

3. Chocolatiers

4. Fromageries

5. Boulangeries

6. Cooking Classes

7. Restaurants

8. Splurges

9. Where Not to Go

The eBook is free and it's available on the company's website. The eBook is currently being translated into Japanese, Korean and Chinese.

Shaskin's company, Paris to Provence Culinary Adventures, offers week-long gourmet tours in Paris and in Provence. The website is http://www.paristoprovence.ca

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France, Food, Wine and Travel. These words have defined our path for the past twenty years. Since 1998 we have been passionate travellers to France - we just can't seem to get enough of Paris and of Provence. What started out as a summer vacation turned into a love affair with the food, the people, the country. We've travelled to other places but always return to our favourite destination.

As our love for France grew, we brought friends and family along with us - organizing their travel and taking them to our favourite restaurants and unique shops, to create a memorable culinary adventure for them. In fact, a couple of years ago, we spent a week with nineteen of our friends at a castle, where we organized cooking classes, wine tours and visits to local producers.

For us, there is no greater thrill than to share our discoveries with others. No now we drew on our knowledge of French food and travel to create food tours in Paris and Provence.

Paris to Provence Culinary Adventures allow us to share with others our expertise and our passion. In Paris we love the bustle, activity, history, and traditions and although we enjoy monuments and museums, we always seem to find ourselves searching out the latest restaurant or the best baguette, or discovering a new fromagerie or wine shop.

In Provence we love the vineyards, the orchards, the rolling hills covered in lavender and the medieval hilltop villages that dot the landscape. Over the years we've collected our favourite vineyards, charming country restaurants, cooking classes, olive oil mills and boulangeries. It's a rare privilege to be able to share with others what keeps us coming back.

Our tours are called adventures because that's been what our years of French travel have been. And now we have the privilege of sharing the adventure with you!

-Diane Shaskin

About Paris To Provence

Diane Shaskin
email: diane@paristoprovence.ca
phone: 250-216-7873


Website: http://www.paristoprovence.ca


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