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High Cuisine in Ancient France

High Cuisine in Ancient France Livia Gershon of Jstor Daily says “What do your tastes in food say about you? For example, do you prefer American cheese or brie? Would you rather dine out at the Olive Garden, or that cozy Italian place uptown? And what do you think about people who make the opposite…

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April 29, 2019

HOW FRENCH CUISINE TOOK OVER THE WORLD

HOW FRENCH CUISINE TOOK OVER THE WORLD Geographically, the first steps in the diffusion of printed culinary texts go from Italy to other countries in Europe. Platina’s Latin book, De honesta voluptate, first printed in Rome (ca. 1470), Venice (1475), and Cividale del Friuli (1480), soon went to the presses in Leuven, Strasburg, Paris, Cologne, and Basel.…

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April 18, 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

The State of French Cuisine

The State of French Cuisine Check out this article on the Food & Wine website that discusses the State of French Cuisine. “French gastronomy is in crisis. “And crisis is just what we need,” declares François Simon, food critic for Le Figaro, one of France’s leading newspapers. He offers a signature fatigued smile, then explains:…

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April 7, 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

10 Classic French Dishes to Master

10 Classic French Dishes to Master Are you new to French cuisine? Does the language intimidate you and make the recipes seem out of reach? Let’s take the mystery out of French cooking and learn how to make a few classic dishes. French cooking is filled with flavor and there are a few basic recipes…

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April 3, 2019

SEVEN THINGS MOST AMERICANS GET WRONG ABOUT BASQUE CUISINE

SEVEN THINGS MOST AMERICANS GET WRONG ABOUT BASQUE CUISINE Author BENJAMIN KEMPER of SAVEUR shares some American misconceptions of Basque Cuisine.  He says “Be honest: When was the last time you made something Basque for dinner? Unlike Europe’s most celebrated regional cuisines—like Tuscan, Bavarian, or Provençal—Basque food remains woefully unfamiliar to most Americans. Sure, you probably…

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February 7, 2019

Seven Chef-Led Food Tours That Explore Cuisine and Culture at the Same Time

Seven Chef-Led Food Tours That Explore Cuisine and Culture at the Same Time Nora Walsh of The New York Times Says “Food tourism is on the rise, prompting tour companies and cruise lines to cater to traveling food lovers with culinary experiences led by working chefs — on land and at sea. Explore private cooking…

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October 10, 2018

Discovering German Cuisine

Discovering German Cuisine Table Agents says “Mentioning German food to an American typically conjures up images of bratwurst, sauerkraut, and beer-filled steins. Yes, it is true that pork and beer are thought by many in Germany to be healthy staples that make for stronger workers; however, there is much more to German cuisine than this…

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September 4, 2018

Italian vs Greek cuisine

Italian vs Greek cuisine Taste.com takes on the never ending debate of “Italian vs Greek Cuisine”. They say ” It’s a subject that has gripped generations of classics scholars: which was the greater civilisation, ancient Greece or Rome? On the MasterChef set, the same debate rages but with far more low-brow boundaries. Which cuisine reigns…

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August 15, 2018
  • 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...