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(Did you see Part I of this story? Click here to read it first.) The minimalism of contemporary pastry art can be spectacular. A ...

Parisian Pastry Art, Part 1: Paris Past (After reading, see Part II of this story here.) What do the glories of ancient Greece and...

It isn’t difficult to eat fabulously and pas cher in Paris—but it does require a little research and a good deal of exploring. We've...

A question on another website was: where are there bistros that are: -moderately priced -atmospheric -old-school -fireplace a plus. I’ve written a great deal about bistros, brasseries and restaurants. What’s...

When I first came to France myself, not in films or class or fantasy, I never saw one single chef, unless he (and they...

They said Mussolini made the trains run on time and praised him for it. Sarkozy has made them run early, and no praise from...

Can a pedestrian restaurant chain in a city boasting some 4,000 eating establishments win Michelin Guide accolades? My husband Bill and I say “Oui!”...

I've written before about the long history of Parisian restaurants succumbing to waves of fads in foods. Just think back to Joel Robuchon's...

L'Assiette gets mixed reviews, chef David Rathgeber is a young maverick trained and trusted by Alain Ducasse to set up Benoit,...

I've ranted and raved recently about a lot of web and critic behavior and this is one more example of my colère....

Everyone owns some shamelessly sentimental Paris moment. Having lived in the city a long time, I have several. Of course, you're with...

I’ve been meaning to write again about my experiences with Inaki Aizpitarte, not only because like the volcano, Eyjafjallajokull, his name is a tongue...