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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

When Food Changed History: The French Revolution

When Food Changed History: The French Revolution Author Lisa Bramen from the Smithsonian says… When Food Changed History: The French Revolution About a year ago, I started what I intended to be an occasional series about landmark food-related moments in history. Then I forgot and, although Amanda and I have certainly written about food’s role in history…

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April 28, 2019

8 Secrets to Eating Like a French Person

8 Secrets to Eating Like a French Person Author Mandy Oaklander from Time says “Ah, to be an eater in France: the cheese, the baguettes, the wine, the petit fours. Our chicken nuggets pale in comparison. So does our health. While an astounding 34% of people in the U.S. are obese, the French are a full 10…

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April 27, 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

11 Ingredients You Will Find In a French Kitchen

11 Ingredients You Will Find In a French Kitchen The stereotype of every French person is how much they love food, and like many stereotypes, it’s true. Food pervades the French culture and is a huge part of how people spend their time. Whether it’s inviting people to dinner or eating out with work colleagues at lunch,…

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April 25, 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

Give your mayo-heavy American potato salad a French twist

Give your mayo-heavy American potato salad a French twist From America’s Test Kitchen: American-style potato salad, thickly dressed with mayonnaise and sweet pickle relish, is archetypal picnic fare and will always have a place on summer tables. But we’ve cooked (and eaten) piles of it over the years, and these days we yearn for something…

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April 23, 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

21 Weird French Food Habits That Always Surprise Americans

21 Weird French Food Habits That Always Surprise Americans Author Marie Telling of BuzzFeed says “The fact that we eat blood sausages.  It’s called boudin in French. When you really think about the concept of a blood sausage, it’s gross, so just push the thought out of your head and try it, because it’s actually amazing.” Click Here For The…

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April 17, 2019

11 Weird French Foods and Delicacies You Should Try

11 Weird French Foods and Delicacies You Should Try Escargots de Bourgogne Snails are up there with frogs’ legs as one of the most stereotypical French foods, a rubbery treat that many visitors to France feel compelled to try. The best snails in the country come from Burgundy and the preparation is actually far more complex than you might…

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April 16, 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...