Author Archives: Mireille Guilliano

5 Ways to Bust Business Travel Stress

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It’s prime business travel season. My fall includes trips from New York to San Francisco, Monterey, Paris, Houston, Cleveland, Chicago, Milwaukee and Washington, D.C. And I gave up my corporate job a few years ago! Oh, how I love to have traveled; that is, I have enjoyed the many places I have been for business […]

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How to Eat in Paris

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Parisians, unlike New Yorkers or Londoners, are a lot less likely to jump into a cab and head to destination restaurants all over town (except for special occasions) or to splurge at stratospheric palaces. They are neighborhood diners, and with plenty of delectable bistros du coin (old and new) in virtually every neighborhood, there is […]

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10 Views of Provence You Must Not Miss

Editor’s Note: Mireille Guiliano is the internationally bestselling author of French Women Don’t Get Fat. Her latest book isThe French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook. Born in France, she now divides her time between New York City, Paris and Provence. She can be reached at mireilleguiliano.comand frenchwomendontgetfat.com. Provence and the South of France is the […]

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Happy 400th Birthday, Santa Fe

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Consider this recipe: rich history, distinctive past and present culture, striking landscapes, diverse wining/dining/lodging, heat (dry weather and spicy chili), affordable airfare, art and artisans and much more (OK – no sea, but travel, like life, means a bit of compromise after all!). Little wonder New Mexico and Santa Fe (the royal city of the […]

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Hedonism in the Kitchen: A Q&A With Mireille Guiliano (Recipe)

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WOWOWOW: The first review of your new book, The French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook, in Booklist, the digital counterpart of the American Library Association, raves about your recipes, the warm tone, the anecdotes and your final list of reasons to cook. You’ve done different lists at the end of each of your books; is […]

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10 Ways to Put a Feminine Touch on Your Business Savoir Faire

Editor’s Note: Mireille Guiliano is the former CEO of Clicquot, Inc. (Champagne Veuve Clicquot/LVMH). Her newest book is Women, Work and the Art of Savoir Faire: Business Sense & Sensibility. Visit her at mireilleguiliano.com. Mireille’s upcoming book, The French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook, is due out April 2010. Many women who aspire to reach […]

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