How To Set Up A Fancy Cheese Platter ?

How To Set Up A Fancy Cheese Platter ?

So, you are hosting a party and want to include cheese? Way to go, we can only approve your decision! Here is a little guide on how to set up a fancy cheese platter to make it look as good as it tastes and wow your guests.   The base A really nice way to set up a cheese platter is on a wooden board. You can just use the one on which you cut your vegetables. It will instantly look more put together than just throwing everything on a plate. This also…Read more
The French Eating Habits You Should Copy

The French Eating Habits You Should Copy

Do you feel like French people (and Europeans in general) are so lucky to have a fit figure, while stuffing their mouths with cheese, bread and wine all day long and not even working out that much?   Well, first of all, don’t be jelly (it won’t help). Second of all, we are about to reveal the eating habits that make all of this possible.   All in moderation French people and Europeans eat whatever they want. Well, that is kind of true. The secret here is to eat whatever you want but…Read more
US Brands That The French Love

US Brands That The French Love

In a previous article, we talked about popular food brands in France. Today we are focusing on the US brands that the French love. However, we are not limiting it to food this time.   Coca-Cola Some people are strongly against Coca-Cola and sodas in general because they are looking for more natural and less sugary products. However, Coca-Cola is still a shining star in the beverages aisle.   Lay’s Well, any brand of chips really! Americans are truly the best when it comes to them and yes, French people do love them…Read more
Amazing Wine And Cheese Pairings #1

Amazing Wine And Cheese Pairings #1

Bonjour!   With this new article, we are going to let you know all about wine and cheese pairings. So, you all probably know that wine and cheese go together like peanut butter and jelly. And you are absolutely right! However, contrary to PB&J, there are many more kinds of wines and cheeses and it can sometimes be tricky. So, we thought we would give you a bit of advice regarding some great pairings that you can try at home or even at restaurants.   The first wine and cheese association is Cream…Read more
The Pastry Question That Divides France

The Pastry Question That Divides France

There has been a disagreement, dividing France for centuries probably: how to call this delicious viennoiserie?   While we call it a chocolate croissant, it is either called a “Pain au chocolat” or a “Chocolatine” in France.   It basically depends on the region. They call it a “Chocolatine” in the South West, while the rest call it a “Pain au Chocolat”. If you go to France, be careful where you are and call it the right term or you might be exposed to very severe looks!       Anyways, at Atelier…Read more