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The Sweet-and-Sour Soul of Sicilian Cooking

The Sweet-and-Sour Soul of Sicilian Cooking Author Erica De Mane from Fine Cooking shares some interesting facts on Sweet & Sour Soul of Sicilian Cooking.  She says “Italian for sweet-and-sour—is one of the signature flavors of the Sicilian kitchen. Most often created by simmering capers, pine nuts, raisins, fresh mint, wine vinegar, and sugar with meat,…

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June 14, 2019

The appetite for Mom’s cooking remains, long after the plates are cleaned

The appetite for Mom’s cooking remains, long after the plates are cleaned The Washington Post’s staff reports “It doesn’t matter whether the maternal figure in your life worked daily magic in the kitchen or saw a kindred spirit in the canned-soup shtick of Peg Bracken. What you take away — the part that stays with…

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May 2, 2019

DICTIONARY OF FRENCH COOKING TERMS

DICTIONARY OF FRENCH COOKING TERMS Here are some French cooking terms from Findlay: Bain-marie A roasting pan or baking dish partially filled with water to allow food to cook more slowly and be protected from direct high heat. Used for custards and terrines. Bavarois Creamy pudding that is made with cream and eggs, then set…

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April 26, 2019

13 Essential Tools for French Cooking

13 Essential Tools for French Cooking Author Julia Heffelfinger from Food & Wines says “French technique is the basis for so much of the cooking we do today. From thickening your Thanksgiving gravy with a roux to making a quiche with the flakiest pie crust, it all comes back to French basics. So, if you’re…

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April 24, 2019

A Race To Master The Art Of French Cooking

A Race To Master The Art Of French Cooking One of my favorite movies! The New York Times talks about the Race to Master the Art of French Cooking. “JULIE POWELL is in the homestretch. She has 13 days and 22 recipes to go to complete what possibly only Julia Child has done. If she…

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April 14, 2019

Why French Cooking Still Matters Mightily

Why French Cooking Still Matters Alexander Lobrano gives us some insight on good health and French food. “The Michelin 2015 Guide to France attests to the good health of gastronomy in Gaul as a talented new generation of chefs are slowly acknowledged by the august institution. Among the stand-out awards were three stars to chef Yannick…

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April 13, 2019

Some Thoughts on French Cuisine

Some Thoughts On French Cuisine David Lebovitv says ” French cuisine is, once again, a popular topic of discussion these days. Actually, anything controversial about France seems to foster a lot of heated debates. On one side are the folks decrying French-bashing, complaining that the French are unfairly picked on. Then there are the others…

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April 12, 2019

9 Cooking Blogs To Follow For Amazing French Recipes

9 Cooking Blogs To Follow For Amazing French Recipes One of the best things about learning to speak French is the opportunity to enjoy amazing French food! Even if you don’t have plans to travel to France anytime soon, you can still take a culinary journey in your own kitchen. These nine French cooking blogs…

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April 9, 2019

A Brief Introduction to French Food and Cooking

A Brief Introduction to French Food and Cooking Author Rebecca Franklin from The Spruce Eats says “French food and cooking are generally considered the backbone or the underpinning of many cuisines across the Western world. The influence and recognition of classical French cooking techniques are legendary. This status is precisely why French cuisine can be…

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April 6, 2019

An Introduction to French Cuisine

An Introduction to French Cuisine Sara Gauchat from Real Simple says “French cuisine sounds fancy, conjuring up images of anniversary date nights, expense-account feasts, and once-in-a-lifetime trips to Paris. But with the right ingredients, techniques, and dining mentality, you can create amazing French meals on an average weeknight in your very own kitchen.” Click Here…

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April 5, 2019
  • 19 Bella
    4.0
    Based on 160 Reviews
    Timothy C.
    Timothy C.
    2019-04-14 08:03:58
    We went for breakfast to this charming place. Unique menu, very nice atmosphere. Little pricey if your used to the corner Cafe but its was a pleasant...
    Kelsey C.
    Kelsey C.
    2019-03-05 09:53:28
    Super cute brunch place! My waitress Kate was super friendly and quick. I had a mocha and the corned beef hash, both were excellent. The prices are similar...
    Brigit P.
    Brigit P.
    2018-12-28 13:32:22
    We've been here twice. Relaxing atmosphere and made to order dishes. Only had brunch items so far but we've loved them. Mushroom asparagus scramble with...
    Tiffanie T.
    Tiffanie T.
    2018-10-14 16:51:17
    This place was a quaint place and had great reviews for brunch. It's extremely small so I would either go really early or have reservations. You have the...