Posts Tagged: france

Passport to France 2015

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Passport to France 2015 Passport to France is a night-long tribute to Chicago’s finest French gourmet chefs, products, wines, spirits, and entertainment. It has developed into an exclusive event including classic bistros, bakeries and cafés, contemporary haute cuisine, fusion flavors from Asia, Mediterranean or Latin influences, and creative American contemporary cuisine with French heritage and… Read more »

Chicago French Food Festival

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A Chicago French Food Festival and the first annual à la carte Chicago is a celebration of contemporary French food, wine and art of living, designed to excite and inspire food lovers of all ages. For a whole week, guests will experience new and classic foods, pastries, and beverages all while discovering the many flavors of… Read more »

Which Country Eats Most Cheese?

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Cheese is displayed for sale at a Whole Foods store in Dublin, Ohio, U.S., on Friday, Nov. 7, 2014. BLOOMBERG NEWS Great Article from Wall Street Journal, worth to repost on OhlàlàFood! Cheese: Which Country Eats the Most? – WSJ – WSJ. By LAURENCE WITHERINGTON And HENRY WILLIAMS Nov. 14, 2014 6:46 a.m. ET France. The answer is,… Read more »

French cheesecake recipe, le Fiadone

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I’ll never forget the first time I ever got an American cheesecake. I was in Providence, Rhode Island at Brown University Campus. Back then, food choices were average on my student budget. I then stumbled on a store offering some free cheesecakes. Being an inexperienced European, I thought the store was actually talking about some… Read more »

Salade Niçoise or is it?

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Since I am from the French Riviera, my beloved Côte D’Azur, it makes sense that the first recipe I blog about is the Salada Nissarda Just a word of caution though, what you are about to read, cook and eat, has pretty much nothing to do with any Salade Niçoise you’ve had in any restaurant… Read more »