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Paris 2014, Day 12 (A Day of Markets)

Riosucio Todays cheese: Aligot, more than a simple cheese Aligot is a dish traditionally made in L’Aubrac (Aveyron, Cantal, Lozère,) region in southern Massif Central of France made from melted cheese blended into mashed potatoes, often with some garlic. This fondue-like dish from the Aveyron department is a common sight in Auvergne restaurants. … Continue reading

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Sunday: All Over the Map

http://preferredmode.com/2013/05/02/derrick/ The flea market at Ponte de Vanves in the south of Paris is a market that is much less structured, more unorganized, and with more frugal finds than the one we visited yesterday. Essentially, the vendors set up tables on … Continue reading

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A Favorite Haunt: Le Marche Aux Puces

There is no better way to spend a Saturday than wandering the flea market located in St-Ouen, just outside the Peripherique at the Clingnancourt metro stop.  Unless, of course, you’re buying! But you do have to thread your way past … Continue reading

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