How to tackle Paris food markets – with Clotilde Dusoulier

Hi guys and welcome to season three of The Earful Tower podcast!

All the episodes this season will follow a theme – and this time it’s the Paris food markets. What’s the deal with the markets, how should we go about buying food, and why are the strawberries so expensive?

To answer all these questions and more, our guest this week is Clotilde Dusoulier, the brains behind the hit website Chocolate & Zucchini.

In case you don’t know her, she was the first ever French food blogger – and she does it in English (and French now)! She explains how to tackle French food markets, how to find the perfect baguette, and how to write a recipe.

Here are a few links to things mentioned in the show.

Clotilde’s new book: Tasting Paris: 100 Recipes to Eat Like a Local. Pre-order the book here and claim the pre-order bonus here.


And here is Clotilde’s website Chocolate & Zucchini and her “Change ma vie” podcast.

Meanwhile, the tour guide at the end was Richard Nahem, owner of Eye Prefer Paris Tours and the Eye Prefer Paris blog, talking about the Richard Lenoir Market and George Clooney. Book one of his tours here (and be sure to mention The Earful Tower – the tote bag will be on me).

And in case you’re wondering, the new Ask a Parisian segment was with Claire Rush, find her on Twitter here.

Lastly, if you enjoy The Earful Tower podcast, please consider signing up on Patreon to unlock a world of bonuses, including our Ultimate Guide to Paris which features all the best tips from all the guests from the show. There’s also a behind the scenes chat with Clotilde 🙂 Your support keeps the show going!

Listen to the show here

That’s it! If you like these tips, be sure to check out The Earful Tower’s Guide to Paris.

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8 thoughts on “How to tackle Paris food markets – with Clotilde Dusoulier

  1. Yay! Glad to hear you back with a great guest to kick Season 3! 🙂 Plus, you mentioned… ALSACE! Which is the region I come from and of course one of the most beautiful regions of France, hehe! Anyway, good to see that you are full of new ideas and supported by a lot of people 😉

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