french food

I've known Francois Latapie for a good long while now, dating back to the days when he was maitre' d at Le Cirque, then when
Here's my prediction: When the trend-frenzied foodie magazines come out with their best new restaurant lists for 2016, Le
This top chef wants to share her love of food to help others! La Soupe is a French roadside soup shack that mixes the cooking
Drinking on the job, I'm finishing up a great day in Normandy. My co-author Steve Smith and I spent the day double-teaming
I have written about Le Périgord several times over the past four decades and I find that I could pretty much reprint what I said four years ago or ten years ago about this great bastion of French cuisine in NYC, whose competitors once numbered a score of such places with names like Lutèce, La Caravelle, Le Cygne and Le Pavillon, all long gone.
Fine cuisine is alive and well in the school lunchrooms of France. The menu includes lamb tajine, veal, crêpes, organic veggies, pâté and organic bread. Oh, yes -- and a cheese course.
2. Crème fraîche Crème fraîche At Southern-inspired Birds & Bubbles in NYC, creamy shrimp rillette is served alongside paper
(Photo by Dwight Brown) Miami continues to evolve as a top vacation destination. Suggestions: Visit the nearby town of Coconut
Because fried cheese > grilled cheese.
Dubai -- like the Manhattan of Julian Schnabel and Jean-Michel Basquiat -- is a land of visionaries and pioneers, but also a megalopolis that is achieving its stellar place on the jet setting world map at dizzying speeds.
If it's not in my neighborhood of Cobble Hill, I'm not going. If it's not in my apartment, I barely want to go. But, if you need someone to fly halfway across the world for a birthday dinner on Saturday night, I'm your girl.
It's a gem, perhaps a little tarnished in ambiance, but Pawlicki's food is a consistent reminder of why so many people love French bistros and their unchanging menus.
As the Toronto International Film Festival celebrated its 40th anniversary, festivalgoers, vacationers and locals flocked to premieres and screenings. They also dined in high-end restaurants, tested out leisure time activities and visited tourist sites.
Of course it felt a bit like an outpost of the gorgeous museum in Paris -- but without seeming imitative or second best. This museum had its own special grace and logic.
Julia Child, who would have celebrated her 100th birthday on August 15, 2012, was a pioneer in bringing French cuisine to Americans at a time when most people were content with white bread and TV dinners.
And so began a bimonthly salon of sorts at Bistro Provence. I would not describe my date as impressed, confused is more like
There's good news for those of us who strive to incorporate cheese into every meal possible.
While I love brioche -- the heavenly French bread, rich with butter and a golden brown hue -- I rarely bake it.
All over Europe, food tours are trendy. I take many of them in hopes of finding ones to recommend in our guidebooks, and also to learn fun new angles on the local food scene. Some tours are too slow and expensive. Others are fast-paced and reasonably priced.