Goût de France 2017/ Good France

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 du monde ! Dans chaque restaurant participant, sous la forme d’un dîner, l’évènement rendra hommage à l’excellence de la cuisine française, à sa capacité d’innovation et aux valeurs qu’elle véhicule : partage, plaisir, respect du « bien-manger », de ses contemporains et de la planète. Participez à ce dîner d’exception en réservant dès à présent votre table ! Liste complète … Continue reading Goût de France 2017/ Good France

Let Them Eat Crêpes!

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.     On the Westside at the Farmers’ Market at the Grove: The French Crêpe Company 6333 W 3rd St, Ste 318 Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323) 934-3113 http://www.frenchcrepe.com   In Downtown LA in Spring Arcade Building: Crêpes Sans Frontières 541 South Spring Street Suite 127 Downtown LA , CA 90013 (213) 623-3606 http://www.crepessansfrontieres.com   In the Valley at Universal … Continue reading Let Them Eat Crêpes!

Vive le Beaujolais Nouveau 2016!

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 & Vins $15 par personne. Jeudi 17 novembre de 6:00-11:00 PM. Réservations ici. Chez Monsieur Marcel  6333 W 3rd St Ste 150, Los Angeles. Dégustation,  jeudi 17 novembre, de 5:30- 9 :00 PM. Entrée gratuite Chez D’Vine (Wine Cellar Cave) 821 S Flower Street, Los Angeles. $10 par personne. Jeudi 17 novembre de 5:00-9:00 PM. Réservations par téléphone 747-283-8476.       Continue reading Vive le Beaujolais Nouveau 2016!

Saucisson Made in USA

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 mixture of lean pork and pork fat, salt, sugar, spices, and sometimes alcohol combined to give the saucisson its unique flavor. There are of course as many varieties of saucissons recipes as there  are regions of France.  Served during l’apéro thinly sliced as hors-d’oeuvres or stacked in a hearty picnic sandwich, saucisson sec is now  proudly made in the USA ! … Continue reading Saucisson Made in USA

Chef’s Table Goes French Style

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 who are revolutionizing French cuisine, Alain Passard of L’Arpège in Paris, Michel Troisgros of La Maison TroisGrois in Roanne, Adeline Grattard of Yam’Tcha in Paris and Alexandre Couillon of La Marine in Noirmoutier. What an inspiration ! These chefs are driven to follow their art and heart always raising the bar for themselves, experimenting, taking risks, and mostly being true … Continue reading Chef’s Table Goes French Style

Beaujolais Nouveau 2015 is here!

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 and value. Georges Duboeuf currently works closely with hundreds of wine growers (over 400 in the Beaujolais region alone) to ensure the highest quality fruit from each region. They are sold in 120 countries throughout the world. Since this French wine first came to the U.S. in 1982, Beaujolais Nouveau Day has been an annual celebration to honor the end … Continue reading Beaujolais Nouveau 2015 is here!

This Guy is Plating Junk Food Like High End Cuisine and It’s Awesome

? Instagram chef ‘Jacques La Merde’ is poking a little fun at Haute cuisine, skilfully plating junk food to look like fancy, high end cuisine. While it’s not clear who’s behind the parody acco… Sourced through Scoop.it from: twistedsifter.com See on Scoop.it – Social Media Marketing 4 VIP Continue reading This Guy is Plating Junk Food Like High End Cuisine and It’s Awesome

“Réveillon de Noël” at TAIX French Restaurant

Taix French restaurant on Sunset Blvd is almost a landmark and an institution in Los Angeles! Here’s some history of this long-lived family affair. The Taix Family are the third and fourth generations of a family of sheepherders and bakers from the “Hautes-Alpes” in southeastern France who immigrated to Los Angeles around 1870! In 1912 Marius Taix Sr. built a hotel called the Champ d’Or in downtown Los Angeles’ French quarter. In 1927, Marius Taix Jr. opened Taix French restaurant within the hotel serving chicken dinners for 50 cents (!) at long “family-style” tables. Diners could choose private booth service for … Continue reading “Réveillon de Noël” at TAIX French Restaurant

Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival

Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival ! Still going on now until  August 24! “Now in its fourth year, the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival, presented with generous support from founding partners FOOD & WINE, Lexus, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, JENN-AIR, and Delta Airlines, is a four-day epicurean event showcasing the finest in food and drink culture throughout Los Angeles, and culinary personalities from throughout the country. Set amidst one of the country’s foremost cultural destinations along Grand Avenue, the event spans the city and offers guests the chance to sample the cuisines and products from some of the most prominent epicurean … Continue reading Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival