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As cuisine writers and judges, we were invited to Bocuse d'Or, which has presented gourmet creations like a haute couture fashion show for over...

My friend Connie recently spent three weeks in Paris. I left for Paris the day she returned. While Connie and I love The City...

Jamin Just inside the door of the new Jamin there are menus by Pierre Troisgros and Guy Savoy given pride of place. “They're an hommage...

  It's difficult to believe that so few veterans of World War I are still alive. When you consider that the war ended over 90...

When one moves to Paris, or for that matter anywhere in France, one obtains immediate celebrity status. People you hardly remember always seem to...

“What’s this? This is a joke? Right? Are these restaurants they’re talking about… what’s the English for trou, foutoir? I don’t understand this.” No,...

Pierre Hermé, Fetish Ispahan. ©Pierre Hermé The siren’s call that brings us back to Paris is different for each of us. For me, it’s the...

“We've known each other for thirty years and never worked together," said chef Jacques Maximin of Alain Ducasse, last Wednesday at Rech, where he...

Maybe two years ago, Le Figaro’s crack gastronomy staff made phone calls to see how far out about 10 well-known restaurants were booked. ...

Have you noticed that in U.S. offices, people who work together tend to confide in one another? They frequently spend more waking hours in...

New décor for Bistro Saint Ferdinand: book table 87 beneath the magnificent black Murano chandelier, by the water-wall feature. You're in Las Vegas. Under the...

The city of Avignon boasts a palace of the Popes. There is also the Petit Palais, once the home of the Archbishop of Avignon....