French Cuisine Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. French bistro Le Bilboquet opens in Buckhead todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 20, 2014 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    The only free-standing restaurant planned for the new Buckhead Atlanta development, French bistro Le Bilboquet , opens today. Executive chef Julien Jouhannaud, who worked under Michelin star chef Alain Ducasse, will oversee the "culinary direction" of the restaurant, while Jean Louis Sangare will be its acting chef de cuisine.

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  2. What food do they serve in casinos? Stake and chips.Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 20, 2014 | Echo-news.co.uk

    I came up with that joke before I interviewed David Jarrett, chef at Rendezvous Casino , and realised he is trained in French cuisine. You may go in with preconceived ideas of bowling alley style chips-in-a-basket food, but David is a passionate chef with a distinguished background - having worked in five-star hotels, cooked for the Royal Family at various functions and was former Lord Chancellor Lord Mackay's personal chef for three years.

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  3. Give the gift of heavenly chocolate from Robin Chocolates in LongmontRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2014 | Examiner.com

    Whether or not you are ready, the holidays are just around the corner! There's no better way to give gifts to your coworkers, friends and family than to shower them in sugar. Robin Chocolates in Longmont is ready for your gift giving.

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  4. River North's Paris Club is satisfying-but how long will it last?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2014 | Chicago Reader

    There was once a great French restaurant in River North, owned by Lettuce Entertain You and run by Chef Jean Joho. Not great in the Michelin sense, perfection of technique and high-end service-for that you went into the Loop to Joho's Everest .

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  5. Restaurant review: Linh Caf - " French CookingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2014 | The Asian Pacific Post

    Sometimes, fusion is not a bad thing. Take the French colonization of Vietnam - it yielded delicious creations like Pho and Banh Mi.

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  6. Toyoken: Narisawa's take on 'yoshoku' cuisineRead the original story

    Nov 18, 2014 | The Japan Times

    Curry-rice, menchi-katsu cutlet, kani cream croquette, and kaki fry Dinner at Toyoken reads like a roll call of retro comfort food from a long-passed era - but with one big difference. This is not the bill of fare at an old-school company canteen or some fusty provincial hotel.

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  7. Hoboken Off the Beaten Path: Brasserie de ParisRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | Life in Hoboken

    Hoboken has no shortage of restaurants they're everywhere, and sometimes they seem to come in waves . When people talk about great places to eat in Hoboken, whether it's a casual bite or a big celebration, they tend to name places from a relatively narrow field that stretches from the train station up to about first street, and then Washington Street exclusively, with a few pit stops maybe a block off of Washington.

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  8. Le Pichet's Jim Drohman on His Love for Comt CheeseRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | Seattle

    It's safe to say that with two French restaurants, a Parisian culinary education and a country house in the BA arn, Jim Drohman is a Francophile at heart. So it comes as no surprise then that he relies on cheese as a foundational ingredient in his dishes, in particular, ComtA .

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  9. Restaurant Review: Dirty French Is Uneven, but Generally PleasurableRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2014 | Grub Street

    ... As the name indicates, the focus at this uneven, generally pleasurable restaurant is on the ancient canon of French cuisine, although the "Dirty" influences appear to come from all over the map. The enticing, beautifully scripted menu is divided ...

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  10. Chef Hemant Oberoi gets nostalgic as Zodiac Grill turns 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2014 | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Twenty-five years ago, Zodiac Grill became one of the first few restaurants in the country to introduce modern French cuisine to patrons. On the eve of the fine-dining eatery's silver jubilee celebrations, Chef Hemant Oberoi walks down memory lane with Phorum Dalal and reveals how he travelled across the globe for inspiration to offer a veritable feast to the cognoscenti Look up and we bet you can't take your eyes off for more than a few seconds.

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  11. French Bistro ClassicsRead the original story

    Nov 15, 2014 | KLRN-TV San Antonio

    Take a tour of French cuisine as Martha prepares four bistro favorites. First, there's a robust stew with seasonal vegetables called lamb navarin.

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  12. The return of the French ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2014 | Bangkok Post

    ... Le Gavroche in London's prestigious Mayfair district, in 1967. They opened The Waterside Inn, serving French cuisine, in the charming 16th century village of Bray, Berkshire, in 1972. The Waterside Inn, an internationally-acclaimed "restaurant with ...

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  13. Here's the boeuf - Wed, 12 Nov 2014 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2014 | The Spokesman-Review

    ... - in one. Originally a peasant dish from the Burgundy region, boeuf bourguignon has become traditional French cuisine. Some hard-core home cooks will spend three days on the dish: one for making their own beef stock, another for braising and cooking ...

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  14. French without fears as Lebardo keeps lunchtime dining simpleRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2014 | Hemsworth and South Elmsall Today

    ... - and making his home in more favoured northern climes. There are a couple of common misconceptions about French cuisine: that it's either all frog legs and snails or that it's very complex, intense food which needs two hours' eating followed by an ...

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  15. meatballs in AmericaRead the original story

    Nov 10, 2014 | News Times

    "There are something like 168 words or names for meatballs," says Daniel Holzman, chef and co-owner of New York's Meatball Shop. The enterprise, which now has six locations, wasn't originally meant to be dedicated exclusively to meatballs.

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  16. Monte Carlo Will Bring French Dining With an Italian Accent to the Old Cucina Ciano SpaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2014 | Eater

    Ex-Waldorf F&B director Alexandra Pollet is changing Stratis Morfogen's old Cucina Ciano into Monte-Carlo NYC, a while linen French restaurant with an Italian accent. Pollet, who is also a partner at Upper East Side boite Paris Match, says "We will have traditional items like Dover sole, chicken Milanese, and pasta."

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  17. Downtown Bistro Is Miami's French ConnectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2014 | Miami New Times

    ... The move to dinner service is more than welcome as downtown is in need of some modern, yet authentic tasting French cuisine.

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  18. French Baker to speed up expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2014 | Sun-Star

    ... Philippine franchisor of Chatime. It also owns Lartizan, a fine dining French restaurant serving authentic French cuisine in Bonifacio Global City. DISCLAIMER: Sun.Star website welcomes friendly debate, but comments posted on this site do not ...

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  19. 15 Deep Cut Cookbook RecommendationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2014 | Steuben Courier

    There are cookbook lovers, and then there are enthusiasts. German artist Florian Bohm and art director Annahita Kamali subscribe to the latter.

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  20. Chef Pascal Barbot, Just Looking for PerfectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2014 | Examiner.com

    ... the detailed references to cooking and his proficient use of spices and products from around the world in his French cuisine. Are food memories important for a chef and how do you relate them to your food? Yes. It's quite important like when I am in ...

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