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Choucroute Garni: An Alsatian dish made of sauerkraut topped with smoked meats, ham, pork, sausages, bratwurst or weisswurst. It is served with dark bread, potatoes, and mustard. The silky soft feel of sauerkraut cooked in Riesling in textural contrast to a slice of smoked pork hock can be absolute heaven...

Translucent pink Himalayan salt blocks thrill me. So do glistening sugar crystals clinging to the top of a brioche. Salty and sweet. But for sheerly visual...

In my last post I took you on a tour of London's Harrods Department Store food halls, which are in haute festive mode at this time of year. Now, a...

    Anyone who knows me knows my weakness for copper. Copper pots hang above my stove, copper molds hang in my pantry, copper culinary antiques...

Dare he let the scent of roses captivate him? Dare he be charmed by the freshness of the grapefruit?….and let my green eyes enamor him? Richart...

It must be that it is four in the afternoon, that witching hour when I yearn for an espresso or tea with a wonderful piece of pastry. It must be why I...

I am so happy to announce that I am participating in a food blogging marathon at the invitation of William Morrow Publishers to celebrate the launch of...

What could be better than being in Paris and eating all the chocolate you ever could dream of, most of it free samples, and most of it the finest chocolate...

I had arrived early at Comptoir du Relais as I heard it was hard to get a seat and I was determined to try it after hearing about it from some foodie...

Sunday in Paris and I chose to have lunch at the Mini Palais Restaurant in the Grand Palais. Good choice! The space was large, sophisticated, sleek,...

Cooking with a French accent..