I am so happy and honored that www.frenchalacarteblog.com was named one of Top 100 French blogs, the most comprehensive list of best French blogs on the internet on the planet in the Feedspot index using search and social metrics. Thank you … Continue reading French A L.A Carte USA Top 100 French Blog Winner!
Ricard® Pastis, France’s most popular and beloved spirit, presents its exclusive Bastille Day Gift Box including a 750ml bottle of Ricard, collection glassware, a pourer, and a new cocktail recipe. Continue reading Un petit jaune?
French apple pie has nothing to do with its American patriotic cousin from the Vermont state. In France we call apple pie: “Tarte aux pommes” and it is more of a tart than a pie. The difference is that a … Continue reading Tarte aux pommes
Sweet or savory, crêpes are always a favorite treat or quick meal in any French household. There’s nothing easier than making crépes. You will need: 2 cups Flour 4 eggs pinch of salt 1.4 cup melted butter 2 cups of … Continue reading Let Them Eat Crêpes!
[Flashback] Interview David Laroche à Los Angeles (French Version) “C’est possible et ça commence maintenant!” Rencontre avec David Laroche à Los Angeles, prodige de la confiance en soi , 27 ans, plus jeune conférencier, plus de 200 interviews de personnalités, plus … Continue reading Interview David Laroche Los Angeles!
74th Golden Globe 2017 with a French Twist in Los Angeles – Beverly Hills! One of my favorite actresses Isabelle Huppert won Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for “ELLE” which also won a Golden Globe for Best Foreign … Continue reading 74th Golden Globe with a French Twist in Los Angeles
Just in time for the holidays, LADUREE opened its sweet macarons shop at The Grove in Los Angeles this week! Later this month, another location will open on Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills. As with its other locations, Ladurée will … Continue reading Ladurée Macarons is open in L.A !
Soupe à l’Oignon Gratinée aka. French Onion Soup French onion soup anyone? Soupe à l’oignon gratinée, SVP! Here’s a little background: originating back in the Roman times, onions were readily available and this was a popular cheap daily soup… because … Continue reading Soupe à l’Oignon Gratinée aka. French Onion Soup
Saucisson sec is a favorite charcuterie and a staple classic French dry-cured sausage in French household served with baguette, butter, cornichons and a good glass of red wine. The French equivalent of dry salami, saucissons are cured pork sausages. A … Continue reading Saucisson Made in USA
Who Makes the Best Baguette in L.A? The French take their bread and baguette especially very seriously, it is not just bread especially outside of French local ingredients (although it contains very basic ingredients: wheat flour, water, yeast, and common … Continue reading Who Makes the Best Baguette in L.A? ?
Chef’s Table Goes French Style Netflix brings us a French twist on the original delectable documentary globetrotting series “Chef’s Table” with a focus on France. Now streaming. I’ve already savoured all 4 episodes. Discover four of France’s Michelin top chefs … Continue reading Chef’s Table Goes French Style
MARSEILLE French TV series on Netflix with Gérard Depardieu, Benoît Magimel and Nadia Farès. Premieres now! Robert Taro, Marseille’s mayor for 25 years, is set up face-to-face with his former protégé in the next elections! As Marseille’s mayor rallies support for a controversial casino … Continue reading Marseille French Series on Netflix