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David Lebovitz

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David Lebovitz is a sought-after cooking instructor with an award-winning food blog (davidlebovitz.com). Trained as a pastry chef in France and Belgium, David worked at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California for twelve years. He now lives in Paris, France, where he leads culinary tours of the city.

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The Sweet Life in Paris: De...

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My Paris Kitchen: Recipes a...

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German Apple-Almond Cake

A delicious cake loaded with apples and almond paste, which makes this cake extra-moist. A recipe from Classic German Baking for the fall, and the holidays!

German Apple Almond Cake recipe

German baking, I don’t think, gets its due. It’s partially because the names of the pastries and baked goods don’t exactly roll right off most of our tongues. Kartoffel-Käse Dinnede, Zitronenbiskuitrolle, Aachener PoschweckSchwäbischer Prasselkuchen, and, well…I’ll quit now, because it’s taking me too long to hunt down all those keys on my keyboard. And I’d rather be wrapping my tongue aroun

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“Parisians are always in a big hurry, but are especially frantic if they’re behind you. They’re desperate to be where they rightfully feel they belong: in front of you. It’s a whole other story when you’re behind them, especially when it’s their turn: suddenly they seem to have all the time in the world.”
David Lebovitz, The Sweet Life in Paris: Delicious Adventures in the World's Most Glorious - and Perplexing - City

“You never feel more American than when you leave America.”
David Lebovitz, L'Appart: The Delights and Disasters of Making My Paris Home

“Spécial" is one of those elusive French words that means something (or someone) is...peculiar. The use of it is one of the rare times that the French are noncommittal about their opinions.”
David Lebovitz, L'Appart: The Delights and Disasters of Making My Paris Home




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