Friday Foodie – Gaby of What’s Gaby Cooking

I adore the sensational food blog What's Gaby Cooking and am constantly stalking Gaby on Instagram! When she responded to a posting I left on Facebook seeking additional food bloggers for interviews, I was beyond thrilled!  The only other person I've seen who lives cheese as much as Gaby does is my friend Jennifer in France who writes at Chez Loulou. Gaby is an author who has gone to both … [Read more...]

French Friday – Beyond Paris with Chez Loulou

Jennifer started appearing on Misadventures with Andi in various forms in May of 2010. I had been reading her blog, Chez Loulou, for several months, fascinated by her dedication to French cheeses. I eventually got up the nerve to ask her to guest post about the cheese festival in her neck of the woods, Fête des fromages Rocamadour.  I LOVE cheese, so I have been a huge fan of the blog for a long … [Read more...]

J'adore #28

What better way to spend Cyber Monday that looking at some of the things that I am adoring online!  I am sure there are a thousands of deals everywhere (of which I will not be participating in) but please remember to consider the small business owners who would love some extra shoppers this holiday season. As usual, its all about food! Maybe its because I will be in a bathing suit in three weeks, … [Read more...]

French Friday – Beyond Paris: My South of France

Last Friday we had the last A Passion for Paris post and now today, we have the final Beyond Paris guest post. It comes from Chez Loulou who has guest posted for me before about the fête du fromage. She returns to discuss the France where she lives. The south.  There are many south of Frances, known to many people, but not many know, or can experience the true south of France in the way that … [Read more...]

Fête des fromages Rocamadour

Today is the 21st annual Fête des fromages in Rocamadour, France. Fête des fromages means cheese festival and how can you not love a festival in honor of a lovely buttery cheese?  There is an excellent write-up in English about the town of Rocamadour and their very special cheese if you are interested, the town is beautiful.  I could not think of a better way to celebrate the day than to invite … [Read more...]