Edible French: My Interview with Clotilde Dusoulier

If you went to Paris, who would you want to meet? Clotilde Dusoulier!

Clotilde is an incredibly skilled Paris-based food writer where she shows how to balance health and taste through her approachable and surprisingly simple recipes.

Take a peek into a “day in the life” of Clotilde, get a heads up about her new book, and relish in the shared love of food (especially French food) with us on this episode!

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Clotilde Dusoulier is the 30-something Parisienne behind the award-winning food blog Chocolate & Zucchini, in which she shares her passion for all things edible. Her focus is on fresh, colourful, and seasonal foods, making room for both wholesome, nourishing dishes and sweet treats. An enthusiastic explorer of flavours and acute observer of culinary trends, she contributes to food and travel magazines internationally. She is also the author of four books, including a book of French vegetarian recipes called THE FRENCH MARKET COOKBOOK, and EDIBLE FRENCH, an upcoming book on French expressions related to food. She lives in Montmartre with her boyfriend and their young son.

 

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Edible French: Tasty Expressions and Cultural Bites is Clotilde’s newest book, based on her popular series of French idioms. It explores fifty of the most evocative French expressions related to food with cultural notes, recipes, and whimsical watercolors by her talented friend Melina Josserand.

Edible French is scheduled to come out in early October 2014, and it is available for pre-order now.

 

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The French Market Cookbook: Vegetarian Recipes from my Parisian Kitchen just celebrated it’s 1 year anniversary on July 2, 2014! In this book, Clotilde takes us through her own plant-based seasonal journey through the seasons and, as always, with a French twist.

This is my personal favorite ;)

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