Le 21 mars, jour du printemps, Goût de France / Good France vous invite à venir célébrer la gastronomie française. Réservez une table dans l’un des 2000 restaurants participants sur les 5 continents, et participez ainsi au plus grand dîner … Continue reading Goût de France 2017/ Good France
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
La Chandeleur is around the corner, faîtes sauter les crêpes ! Sweet or savory, crêpes are always a favorite treat or quick meal in any French household. You can also enjoy your crêpes at our favorite crêperies in Los Angeles. … Continue reading Let Them Eat Crêpes!
Just in time for the holidays Ladurée opened its sweet macarons shop at The Grove this week! Later this month, another location will open on Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills. As with its other locations, Ladurée will offer an exclusive … 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
On vous propose quelques endroits choisis pour déguster et fêter l’arrivée du Beaujolais Nouveau 2016 à Los Angeles : Au Petit Paris en collaboration avec Los Angeles Wine Tasting 418 South Spring Street, Los Angeles. Dégustation et Dîner Accords Mets & … Continue reading Vive le Beaujolais Nouveau 2016!
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 breads 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 … 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
SterlingPro French Coffee Press –8 Cup/4 Mug (1 liter, 34 oz), Chrome on Amazon For all coffee lovers, this is one of my favorite ! Continue reading French Coffee Press! Un café SVP!
Beignet (ben-YAY) comes from the early Celtic word bigne meaning “to raise” and French for “fritter” made from deep-fried choux pastry or “pâte à choux”. Beignets, a New Orleans specialty, are fried, raised pieces of yeast dough, usually about 2 … Continue reading Mardi Gras Beignet or Pets d’âne
Georges Duboeuf’s love affair with Beaujolais is no secret. His legendary palate, his ability to spot great wine and his enthusiasm continue to make him an emblematic figure in the wine industry. His wines are renowned for their consistency, quality … Continue reading Beaujolais Nouveau 2015 is here!