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Alex Caspero is a Registered Dietitian, New York Times Bestselling Plant-Based Chef and mom of two. She aims to cut through the nutrition noise by providing real-life, nourishing tips for body and mind. Learn more about Alex.
I can describe our trip to Paris in three words: romance, cafe’s, and art.
Is it any wonder that of all the cities we visited this past May, Paris ended up at the top of my list?
A city renowned for art, food, and wine- I felt like Julia Child! Finally surrounded with people who love to eat (…and occasionally drink) as much as I do.
I am currently trying to figure out a way to either move or retire to Paris. Surely in the 30+ years till retirement, this can happen. Until then, I’ve been reminiscing on our time by purchasing an absurd number of parisian knick-knacks, looking at our photos, and of course, recreating most of our meals.
It would be impossible for me to rate the meals we had; what was considered “best” one day, was shadowed by the next meal, and so on. This was lunch one day, a cheese-less pizza I haven’t heard of previously. Typically prepared with anchovies, I swapped in olive tapanade and capers to mimic the same salty flavor. While I’ve never had it the traditional way, I think my salty, savory pie is every bit as incredible as the original.
Slice it and serve with a salad. Eat outside, preferably with a glass of wine and pretend you are people-watching in Paris. Ah, a girl can dream.Print
Vegan Pissaladiere Pizza! A cheeseless pizza topped with olive tapenade, capers, and caramelized onions.
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