Maille Mustard in Paris, France Culture & Cuisine / Travel

Established in Marseille, France in 1723, Maille has since opened boutiques featuring its mustards, cornichons, salad dressings, and oils in Paris, London, New York, and Bordeaux. Antoine-Claude Maille, a distillateur-vinaigrier (distiller and vinegar-maker), saw great potential in vinaigre (vinegar) and so he invented the “Vinaigre des quatre voleurs” (Vinegar of the Four Thieves) meant to be swallowed by the teaspoon along with water to fight the...

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How to Start Learning a Language in 9 Steps Language Resources

Lately I’ve had quite a few questions come up about how I go about learning a new language. While Lindsay and I are sharing how we’re learning Korean from the start as a part of the Korean language challenge, I thought I’d share a bit about how I go about learning a new language, in general, in today’s post. I’ve now been through the “starting...

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Clear The List | Monthly Language Learning Strategies Update | April Language Resources / Travel

It’s April I’m getting ready for the launch of my new ebook and ecourse that will be released over at Fluent in 3 Months on language learning for introverts, and I am also excited to share some of the resources and materials I’m working with to continue learning Korean as a part of the challenge I’m doing with Lindsay Dow.  For those of you new to #clearthelist, I would like to...

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15 Free Language Learning Related Things You Can Do This Weekend (Both Online and IRL) Language Resources

It’s the start of a new week, and if you’re anything like me, you’re already thinking about the weekend. Saturday and Sunday are when I’m able to do the bulk of my language study, and it’s something that I look forward to throughout the work week. I talk quite a bit about the resources that I use most often, but I am firmly believe that...

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