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Can I republish your post, recipe and/or photo on my site? You can ONLY republish our post, recipe or photo if you have asked and we have authorized it as well as linking back to our blog.

Do we freelance? Heck yeah!  Need a chef for a private dinner, travel or historical writer or private guide in Paris– please email us–we’re a talented “Pear” for sure!

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