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Le Perche: David Lambert Puts the New into “Choux”

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Le Perche: David Lambert Puts the New into “Choux”

One or two bites of crunchy, creamy, richness, lightness…

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Festival of Boudin Noir

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Festival of Boudin Noir

Eat black pudding!

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La Maison D’Horbe

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La Maison D’Horbe

Fall Fling: A townhouse restaurant in La Perriere, Normandy

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Alberto Herraiz: Paella

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Alberto Herraiz:  Paella

The bible of Paella

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Phaidon: Vegetables from an Italian Garden

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Phaidon: Vegetables from an Italian Garden

An irresistible cookbook

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Foie Gras and Flowers at L’Abbaye Nouvelle

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Spring Break!

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Jesus Nunez: Graffit

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Jesus Nunez: Graffit

Last weekend, I explored the new Spanish restaurant in New York: Graffit [renamed “Gastroarte]. The story of how the chef came to New York was romantic and fun. Jesus Nunez owns and run two of the best restaurants in Madrid, Polenta and Flou. His reputation as Madrid best chef reached a well-known food magazine that…

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New York: La Petite Maison

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New York: La Petite Maison

Nice or New York?

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Kansha: Celebrating Japan’s Vegan and Vegetarian

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Kansha: Celebrating Japan’s Vegan and Vegetarian

Vegetarian that is far from boring

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New Year Dining: SD26

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One of the best deals in New York City

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Michael Batterberry, RIP

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Through his magazine, his spirit will live on

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Bistronomy: French Bistros as Transformers

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Restaurants in Le Perche transform each week, from casual to fine dining

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Simon Hopkinson: The Vegetarian Option

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Simon Hopkinson: The Vegetarian Option

Brilliant cookbook writer

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Love Potion # 679, for Valentine’s

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What temperature is love?

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Stephane Reynaud: French Feasts

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Stephane Reynaud: French Feasts

A memoir, a recipe book, an homage…

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Edith Grandjean: Ma Cuisine du Jardin

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It is October here in Le Perche. Everyone is enjoying the last rays of sunshine, but mainly we all gather around our vegetable garden — picking up the last tomatoes, a few green peppers, and the remaining basil — to make pesto for winter. My refrigerator is packed with tomatoes, small and large (a profusion…

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Ask Colette: Christmas Waffles

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Ask Colette:  Christmas Waffles

Let the batter rise while you open presents…

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