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.
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.
Thanks so much Heather! I don’t think Charis still exists but you may want to get in touch with Connie to check. Hope all is well!
[ Smiles ] You have a lovely blog and I would like to wish you all the best with it!
Thank you! I appreciate the kind words.
[ Smiles ] You are most welcome, Emily.
Thanks for the kind words about my book! Loved seeing your blog–Rafia Zafar
Of course! I’m so glad you saw the post and found my blog. All my best to you!