Dorie Greenspan

#cookiesandkindness Recipe for February: Valentine’s Day Share-A-Heart — Every month is a month for love – hearts, flowers, poems, sweetness, kindness and chocolate, too – but February gives us an actual day to...


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

On va à la ferme — Rémy at Drumlin farm “Poules ? Tracteurs ?” (Chicken? Tractors?) Rémy asked inquisitively as I was struggling to put a puffy winter coat on him. Each time I’d walk towards him, he’d tease me and run away, laughing. “Poules !” … 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

Road-tripping through Cuba’s Heartland — By Bart Beeson The concrete stadium seats are packed with young people carrying bass drums, air horns and cow bells, striking up at a deafening roar as soon as the opposing team comes to the plate, and keep up the cacophony throughout their rival’s at-bat.  Vendors roam the aisles selling

David Lebovitz

Five Favorite Food Addresses in Paris — Épices & Saveurs Although it may seem like your typical Arabic épicerie (food shop), of which there are many in Paris, I’ve shopped a lot of them and found Épices & Saveurs especially well-stocked. The place is as neat a pin and in addition to the usual line-up of harissas, nuts and dried fruits in bulk, olive oils, and spices, I always find curiosities on the...

Paris by Mouth

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Odd Bacchus

Carcavelos: Portugal’s Most Endangered DOC — “It’s she-wolf,” my driver said, referring to the fur collar on his caped Inverness-style overcoat. “I don’t follow international fashions.” He has that in common with Portuguese wine, which, to a large extent, is still made with the country’s wonderful array of indigenous grape varieties, many of which are grown nowhere else. That’s not to say, […]

Hip Paris

Empreintes: A New Concept Store Dedicated to French Craftsmanship — One of the newest gems of the Haut Marais, the Empreintes concept store is dedicated to fine art. At four stories and 600m2 of floor space, it’s one of the largest concept stores in the city, but you won’t find any kitschy trinkets here. The store was opened by the Ateliers d'Art de France, a syndicate representing and defending the work of crafts professionals in France.

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

Frantz: François Ozon’s Latest Film to Feature at Sundance Festival — Acclaimed director François Ozon (Potiche, Swimming Pool, 8 Women) heads into new territory yet again with this largely black and white, loose adaptation of Enrst Lubitsch’s 1932 drama Broken Lullaby. In a small German town after World War One, Anna mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One The post Frantz: François Ozon’s Latest Film to Feature at Sundance Festival appeared first on France Today.