C’est Moi, Emily

My blog is inspired by my time living in France from 2010-2011. I was working as an English teacher in a few French elementary schools, but my unofficial job was eating anything and everything that I could get my hands on.

Every morning before I went to school, I would buy a demi-baguette and a pastry at one of the local bakeries. Every night, I would come home to the foyer (a residence hall where most of the English teachers lived) and tell everyone about my discoveries.

At one point, I think everyone got tired of hearing me gush over the bread, pastries and croissants. Or maybe they were just impressed by my staying power. I never got bored talking about macaron flavors or boulangeries. After a couple months of listening to me rave about French food, my friends told me that I should start a blog.

But at the time, I didn’t have a camera or a stable internet connection. So it wasn’t until I returned home a year later that I started Allez Le Food.

I think food is something that we can all share. It brings us closer and helps us connect at the most basic level. I hope you enjoy reading about my latest discoveries and cooking projects, and that my blog inspires you to create food memories of your own.

7 Responses to C’est Moi, Emily

  1. Heather says:

    I know that it’s been a while but do you know if Charis Partners, Inc still exists and what the website is if so? All these recipes are great.

  2. [ Smiles ] You have a lovely blog and I would like to wish you all the best with it!

  3. Rafia Zafar says:

    Thanks for the kind words about my book! Loved seeing your blog–Rafia Zafar

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