Also called Poultry and Orchard, this simple farmer chicken is a perfect French recipe to make at home. It’s made with beautiful roots and vegetables and served with a mango-pineapple sauce.
This European country is famous for some of the world’s finest wines and cheeses, but also for traditional specialties like croissants and soufflés. Here’s what you should eat.
Paris Perfect, an enlightening stay to complete your next travel experience so you feel like a Parisian, rather than being stuck in a tourist bubble.
In the midst of New York City, find a delicious taste of Paris at Rebelle with a beautiful space, great food, and an extensive wine list.
If Spring were a cookie, it would be a macaron. Join The Vermont Epicure as she learns how to make them in Paris.
An interview with Atsushi Tanaka from A.T. Restaurant, Paris on his dynamic, progressive gastronomy and how he sets himself apart from all others on the Parisian restaurant scene.
If you haven’t heard of Patricia Wells by now, you might be living under a rock. The acclaimed journalist paved her own food career from New York to France.
The ultimate lunch in Paris should begin with the crème de la crème. Discover the beauty and elegance of Chef Alan Ducasse’s Jules Verne Restaurant.
Enjoy of meal of the senses at David Toutain in Paris, France. No need to break the bank to try some delicious food, €42 can buy you a gourmet meal.
Try The World is a company that rides the subscription box wave, but with their own twist to the concept.
Get your sugar high at Les Fées Pâtissières, Paris.
This week, the French brand famous for Macarons opened up their new US flagship location, in Soho, and we decided to stop by for some first impressions.
On a recent trip to Paris, Reena Pastakia selflessly spent ten days eating her own body weight in tasty delights.
Walking through the front door, you are met with a wall of copper moulds and pans of every imaginable shape and size. This is E.Dehillerin.
From “Picasso of pastries“, “Dior of desserts“ to “the king of modern pâtisserie“, Pierre Hermé’ doesn’t need any special introduction.
Paris is lucky to have American Chef Daniel Rose cooking up a storm in the city of lights.
Carly DeFilippo checks out Calliope in the East Village, a French bistro with a no-nonsense approach to sustainability in cooking.
Carly DeFilippo with her personal “not-so-usual-suspects” shortlist guide to great liquid and solid culinary experiences in the city of light.
Brasserie Zédel is probably one of the most reviewed and praised new restaurants in London this Summer, and with good reason.
The opening of French boulanger La Maison Kayser in NYC was a well orchestrated event. Riccardo Costa reports
Paris, often thought of as the world’s most romantic city, has just been deemed the most expensive city in the world to order a club sandwich by Hotels.com.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh serves up the classic French ham, cheese and egg sandwich.
Two days ago, the L’Abeille restaurant – situated in the Shangri-La Hotel in Paris – received two stars from the French Michelin Guide. But a little over a week ago, Honest Cooking Editor in Chief Kalle Bergman checked it out.
Quenelles of poached meringue dusted with praline float dreamily on a vanilla custard. Love at first bite.
A trip to the Pierre Herme store in Paris is an essential part of becoming a miniature gourmet.
Suzie Castello with some valuable Parisian tips for the traveling foodie family.
Avoid wasting a beautiful morning in the city of lights eating an average tasting croissant.
Galeries Lafayette in Paris isn’t all about fashion and perfumes – the traveling foodie can find hundreds of gourmet gifts in the legendary department store.
Memories of a trip to Paris inspired these tasty and creative savory croissants from Arianna Frea.