Moving to Paris

by Todd on June 15, 2011 · 1 comment

So when John and I started this blog, we thought it would be sort of cool to put up food stories and perspectives from different towns in Michigan and North Carolina.

Well, I’m moving. To Paris. It’s only temporary (6 months), but it’s still going to be awesome and I’m going to eat a lot of butter.

"France is Bacon"...in Todd's stomach

You can follow all my wacky antics here on epicportions.com and those of my fiance on her new blog - The Hungry Butterfly.  I’m going to eat.  She is going to cook.

In fact, she is going to cook very, very well since she is now a student at Le Cordon Bleu Paris, the most famous cooking school in the world, and the alma mater of Julia Child, Mario Batali, and my nerdy grillin’ hero, Steve Raichlen.  She’s getting a culinary diploma – 9 hours a day, 6 days a week.  I will be standing outside with a fork, knife, bib, and camera.  So Stay Tuned!

P.S. Image stolen from one of my favorite blogs – the Map Room.

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Helldog June 17, 2011 at 2:29 am

France is scary. I went there last year, and not everyone speaks English. Just be prepared. Keep us posted on what cool shit you do and what great things you eat. I hear the French are famous for their bread; I recommend it wholeheartedly.

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