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Dorie Greenspan

Dorie’s Cookies wins a James Beard Award! — On Tuesday, April 25, at about 8 pm, I had a huge surprise: It was announced that my newest book, Dorie’s Cookies, won a James...

Tartelette

Fennel & Celery Salad and Roasted Vegetable Salad With Blood Orange Vinaigrette — Thank you to all who have inquired about the latest workshop I posted. It is the last before Fall for Chef Ondo and myself as Charleston gets unbearebly hot after May. We are excited to have you join...

La Tartine Gourmande

Teaching a workshop in Sicily — October 2017 — Sicilian countryside I am so excited to announce that I will co-jointly teach a food styling and photography workshop combined with Sicilian cooking classes with my friend Fabrizia Lanza for the third time. We have such fonds memories of our … Continue reading →

Louisa Chu

Fortress of the Bear, Alaska — Happy First Day of Spring! Today's the Vernal Equinox, Northern Hemispherically speaking, so naturally I can't stop thinking about this fertile season's symbols: eggs. Bear eggs, that is. Not the eggs of bears, which do sound like an illegal Chinese...

Everett Potter

Why Central Portugal Belongs on Your Travel Wish List — By Ann Abel There’s no doubt that Portugal is having a major moment. Each article that calls the country a “best-kept secret” is more amusing than the last. Word is out: Following a local renaissance and an international realization that the country is a tremendous value, visitors are flocking to

David Lebovitz

Mokonuts — I often wonder where people will go when they tell me they want to dine somewhere “out-of-the-way” in Paris. Do they want to go to the outer reaches of the 20th or 15th arrondissements for lunch? And if they want to go somewhere where “only locals” eat, will they be happy with a standard plat du jour? Or do they want more creative cooking, with an accent...

Paris by Mouth

La Bourse et La Vie — Come to celebrate, or come on a date. Come for the best steak-frites in Paris, or for the selection of after-dinner armagnacs. Come because you still remember the warm gougères that were served with your glass [...]

Odd Bacchus

Sauternes: It’s What’s For Breakfast — Everyone agrees that we should all be drinking more Sauternes. The World Atlas of Wine calls it “lamentably underappreciated but incomparable,” and The Oxford Companion to Wine argues that “it remains underpriced in relation to the enormous pleasure it brings to those growing numbers of wine lovers who find a fine Sauternes has an undeniable […]

Hip Paris

La Robe et La Mousse: Craft Beer Comes to the Left Bank — Despite the overwhelming interest in craft beer in the capital, the movement has been slow to make its way to the other side of the Seine. The Right Bank abounds with beer bars and bottle shops, but Left Bank drinkers have been left with only a few options for finding bière artisanale, including La Cave[.....]

Anissa Helou

Hindbeh Bil-Zeyt or Italian Dandelion in Olive Oil — I have recently moved to Sicily, canadian online casinos in search of sunshine and a place that reminds me of home (Lebanon & Syria) but where I do not have to worry about ISIS! I am being facetious of course but Italy seems a safer bet than the Middle East these days and the great... View Article

France Today

Travel in Normandy: Treasures of the Seine Valley — When you think of Normandy, do you think of the D-Day landing beaches and Mont Saint Michel? Or perhaps Rouen’s gothic cathedral, the Bayeux tapestry, Claude Monet’s garden at Giverny and the picturesque port of Honfleur? Indeed Normandy is world-famous for sites such as these– not to mention its generous, butter-rich cuisine. Less trumpeted as The post Travel in Normandy: Treasures of the Seine Valley appeared first on France Today.