May 2nd, 2011 § § permalink
Friday’s royal nuptials seemed as good an occasion as any to try a bit of British dessert cookery.
April 18th, 2011 § § permalink
I have been to Le Bal two of the last three three of the last four Sundays. It’s a problem.
March 27th, 2011 § § permalink
On long flights, I’ve always figured that my time was spent better sleeping than eating, a preemptive strike against the inevitable jet lag.
March 10th, 2011 § § permalink
The first time I visited Tim Ho Wan I was alone. The friendly bunch next to me was impressed by my ability to put away the pork buns.
February 24th, 2011 § § permalink
I’m on the road now but here are a few stand-out meals I’ve had recently in Paris.
January 3rd, 2011 § § permalink
The Volpetti brothers set up shop in Testaccio in 1973, offering a pan-Italian variety of products, as well as goods from their own kitchens. It’s a beautiful place.
December 15th, 2010 § § permalink
For those of you love ice cream as much as I do but are disheartened by the cold, I’ve found a solution.
December 6th, 2010 § § permalink
“Chestnuts roasting on an open fire,” starts the classic American holiday tune, but it’s the French who really know how to make chestnuts sing.
November 16th, 2010 § § permalink
The Brits likely invented brunch, and now two former Rose Bakery cooks are working on perfecting it at Le Bal.
November 4th, 2010 § § permalink
I’m going to get this out in the open before I lose the courage to say it: Pascal Guerreau’s mille-feuille at Tholoniat rivals the one at Jacques Genin.