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Brie with truffles in Saint Tropez

Summer is not really the season to make cheeses with black truffles, but one shop in Saint Tropez does it right no matter if it’s hot or cold outside. The tiny fromagerie behind the fish market pro...

, 28/07/2014 10:29

ALCHEMY : Let Your Senses Guide You!

al·che·my {‘ælkəmi’}: “The magical power or process of transmuting a common substance, usually of little value, into a substance of great value.”

, 24/07/2014 10:24

Château Barbeyrolles in Saint Tropez

A lazy summer lunch on the French riviera isn’t quite complete without a glass (or,usually, more) of cold rosé wine. Var region is especially famous for rosé wines and my latest coup de coeur comes...

, 21/07/2014 11:09

Good burger at Café Trama in Paris

My favorite burger from Le Camion qui fume food truck, driving around Paris,has some serious competition. The burger at the recently opened, simple and affordable Café Trama (83 Rue du Cherche-Mid...

, 17/07/2014 12:15

L’Ambroisie in Paris

When it comes to 3 Michelin starred L’Ambroisie in Paris (9 Place des Vosges 75004 Paris;tel.+33 1 42 78 51 45) there are two camps of opinions : for some it’s the ultimate French haute gastronom...

, 15/07/2014 11:55

Japan Expo 2014 – Won! Master Chef Ochazuke- J’ai gagné! aux TOPchef – Ochazuke

July 4 & 6, I was “Iron/Master Chef” in Japan Expo Paris. I won! at the Masterchef – ochazuke both Friday and Sunday’s final game.  The Sunday, the final game was super serious in the crowded gues...

, 14/07/2014 15:11

La Vague d’Or in Saint Tropez

36 year old Arnaud Donckele is one of the youngest chefs to receive three Michelin stars.(at 35) After making a few stops at France’s best restaurants like Michel Guérard’s, Louis XV and Lasserre, ...

, 03/07/2014 10:13


This is more of an appetizer than an entree. I love induced olive oil and how much it compliments good quality meat. Everything on the dish is seasoned with salt and pepper and olive oil. Nothing f...

, 26/06/2014 15:16

Pommes Frites for Deux

One of the joys of visiting Paris is a platter of crispy, salty pommes frites. Homemade French fries are almost always a disaster -- soggy, greasy potatoes that are either undercooked or burned -- ...

, 23/06/2014 09:57

Le Cinq in Paris

Vegetarian cooking has become increasingly more important in high end dining. When I started eating at fine restaurants, it was very rare to see simple vegetables served as a dish by itself. Nowada...

, 18/06/2014 10:20
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