Tag: Touch of Europe

Not your regular pumpkin pie – Pear tart with Chestnut Cream

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        Chestnuts are popular in Europe, even more so than they’ve become here in the US.  When the weather gets colder, in many cities in Europe you can buy hot roasted chestnuts on the street, they come in a paper cone and you enjoy them al fresco – a quintessential taste of […]

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Paper Napkins! Can You Really Ever Have Too Many?

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            Random fact: Paper napkin collections are a thing. Don’t believe us? Read this story about a Slovakian woman who has a very cool collection of over 62,757 paper napkins (and counting). While we’re not THAT obsessed with paper napkins here at Touch of Europe, we do have a ton […]

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25 Items for Anyone Who Loves Paris

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        Ah, Paris. The City of Lights, love, style, sophistication, beauty, great food… seriously, we could go on forever. There is so much to love about the French capital – and so many ways to keep Paris near and dear when you can’t actually be there. Below you’ll find our top 25 […]

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Durance en Provence – Made in France

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          1986 was the year that a group of farmers got together and created a line of French bath & body, home care, and aromatherapy products that would go on to rival all others. Durance en Provence’s line of lovely hand creams, body lotions, shampoos, face serums, perfumes, hand soaps, bar […]

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Linen Care: Cleaning and Storing Vintage Linens

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        Care of Antique and Vintage Linens We want to start by saying that this section is meant to help get you started or to help give you new ideas. Please leave comments if you have any additional tips, comments, and any contributions on the subject. The key thing to remember when […]

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