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Café Boulud

Haute Cuisine

By Jenny Batlay For those of us lucky enough to have known "Haute Cuisine" most of our life, a visit at Cafe Boulud is...
Brie cheese

The Best Cheeses In All Of France

France is known for its cheeses, but even in France some cheeses are better than others. Brie This irresistible, meltable cheese comes in both large and...
Beaujolais nouveau

Le Beaujolais Nouveau est Arrivé!” en Pompe et Circonstance…

By Kirsten Keppel To French ears, this clarion call signifies "the third Thursday in November" as much as the word "Thanksgiving" rings in American...
Maxim restaurant in NY

TWIN MAXIM’S

By Madeleine Beckman It's a propos that the fin de siecle should herald a restored and revived Maxim's on Madison. The recent partnership between...
Beaujolais Nouveau Bouteilles

Eat, Drink and Celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau in New York

By Madeleine Beckman For two weeks every year at the end of November, Beaujolais Nouveau is the most well-known wine in the world. The...
L'intérieur du restaurant Chez Napoléon

Treat yourself for the Bastille Day’s Celebration at Chez Napoleon

by Lina Courtadiou Standing still in time on the shady side of West 50th Street, is an authentic French bistro, Chez Napoléon. For the past...
Champagne Moet Chandon

Champagne: For Your Heart & Soul

by Madeleine Beckman // "There are only two occasions when I drink Champagne and these are: when I have game for dinner...
French Cuisine

L’ Académie de Cuisine: Washington’s Gastronomic GEM

by Kirsten Keppel Travel the ocean, learn culinary tips and techniques, enrich your cultural quotient -even win a sweepstakes. Have you joined the Navy? No,...
Paysage Sud de France Cezanne

When Art meets Food “The Impressionist Table” meets the Artist: Paul Cezanne

by Joan Forster I've always loved the still lives of the artist Paul Cezanne (1839-1906). They bring home the simple pleasures of living, and often,...

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