Creative Loafing Tampa
Happy meetings at St. Petersburg's Alésia
Alésia's Viet-French cuisine continues to shine. by Jon Palmer Claridge BABY GOT BOK: Alésia's sautéed baby bok choy is delicious with or without added proteins .
Going to Lazare might have been a turning point in our restaurant going in Paris.
And 3 also-fantastic runners-up.
Like a marvelous baguette half eaten and left out, the golden age of American cookbooks opened with a flourish - the 1962 publication of Julia Childs' Mastering the Art of French Cooking - and then went stale over time.
Five fantastique French cookbooks for your home collection
Here's some nice serendipity: My favorite cookbook ever, of any kind, also happens to be French.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Is a visit to Andheri's Le Cirque worth it? Find out...
New York-based French-Italian restaurant, Le Cirque, opened in Mumbai this week.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Festive family treats
I recently asked a doctor friend what I thought was a fairly innocuous question: whether he was particularly busy in the run-up to Christmas.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
10 Coffee-table books for the foodie
Got a foodie whom you're dying to impress? Try one of these great food-filled books for a gift or display.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Foodie Chap With Chef Ken Frank of La Toque
KCBS radio "Foodie Chap" and KPIX 5 television "Eye On The Bay" host Liam Mayclem introduces us to the culinary stars behind the food and wine loved by so many in the Bay Area.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Desert Sun
Coachella Valley's French fare rivals that of Paris
You don't need a cloth napkin and an entire paycheck to enjoy French food. In the Coachella Valley, French fare can be enjoyed as a simple mid-shift lunch or bite to go at L'Atelier Deli in Palm Springs and Clementine Gourmet Marketplace and Cafe in Palm Desert.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Cookbooks and wine guides for holiday gift-giving
Whether the cook on your holiday gift list is interested in reading about family and food in Soviet Russia or the preparation of classic French dishes such as jambon au foin , baking pies or making authentic pasta carbonara, this fall has been an excellent season for food and wine books.
Thanksgiving French cuisine
Returning to my pre-Thanksgiving theme of French cuisine, here is a recipe for chocolate mousse.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Cookbooks as gift ideas for holidays
Looking for a present for a loved one on your list? Are they interested in cooking? Several new cookbooks recently released would be the perfect gift! Anyone interested in the vegan diet or just wanting to try a healthier take on snacks would enjoy "The Vegan Divas Cookbook" by Fernanda Capobianco Vegan Divas Bakery on New York City's Upper East ... (more)
Wed Nov 27, 2013
French inches its way back into the San Francisco dining scene
There's a danger in being such a ubiquitous presence that it's difficult to remain distinctive - look at how the once trade-marked aspirin became a generic term and how Jell-O employs a whole team of lawyers to keep its name from going the same route.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
National Public Radio
Thanksgiving Dinner Deja Vu? Try French Food This Year
As you're thinking about this year's Thanksgiving menu, you might be feeling a bit bored.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
The Morning After: La Merise Delivers Classic French Cuisine for Brunch
Pros: With wine bottles lining the wall, this slightly hidden Cherry Creek restaurant has a refined atmosphere that makes brunch here feel like a special event.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Charleston City Paper
Xiao Bao turns into a French bistro this Saturday night
Whether you care about the yearly release of Beaujolais Nouveau or not, a new celebration of the young French red wine is cropping up in Charleston this weekend, and you need to be there.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Word of Mouth Paris: Bars and Restaurants: From hidden gems to the...
Everybody has a recommendation to offer regarding a trip to Paris; those who have visited "La Ville-LumiA re" claim a favorite spot and are ever-eager to share it.
Daniel Boulud Recalls a Life in Food Over Lunch in New York Kitchen Skybox
This is the glass-walled space Daniel Boulud has installed in the mezzanine level of his kitchen at Daniel, the three-Michelin-star New York establishment the French-born chef calls home.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
The Austin Chronicle
Does Arro Hit the Bull's-Eye?
Planning to dine at Arro had me reminiscing about my experiences at French restaurants in Austin over the past 40 years: I had my first-ever crepes and quiche at the original Pecan Street Cafe in the early Seventies, my first salade Lyonnaise and steak frites at Chez Nous in the Eighties, one of the earliest farm-to-table meals served in Austin at ... (more)
This Week's Cafe Review: Etoile Is Many Degrees Better Than All These Star Puns
After that I was thinking about the fact that A is so out of this world, or the puns would lean a decidedly different direction.