Dijon, France: More Than Mustard

A look at the culinary specialities of Dijon, including the wine of Burgundy, crème de cassis, pain d’epices, and, of course, mustard.

Click here to read the article on the Huffington Post.

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4 responses to “Dijon, France: More Than Mustard

  1. zallakab1

    Well done Olivia. Your article makes me reminisce of my trip to the French wine country many years ago. We would often get lost deliberately always finding a new treasure at each little village. Thank you.
    Carlos

  2. kir! yumm your article got me salivating 🙂

  3. Sona

    Very well written and I love the mood it gives

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