The New Le Fooding Guide To Paris And The Rest Of France Is Out Today!

A guide to eating with a touch of gastro-cool
Nov 13, 2014 11:00 am

Today's the day that Parisians, Francophiles and frequent travelers to Paris have been waiting for: the arrival of the new Le Fooding guide. The 2015 editions hits newsstands throughout the French capital today, with a special edition on sale at concept shops and select locations featuring a street food map illustrated by the collective AAAAA. Heading to France soon? Here's the guide you need.

Behold! A Kitchen Made Out Of LEGOs!

A serious conversation piece for your inner child
Sep 25, 2014 9:00 am

Though it would be quite a test of one's patience and time to replicate Pillard and Rosetti's kitchen island, let this be an inspiring example of why you shouldn't be reluctant to bring a little more color into your kitchen. 

Meet Monsieur Yamashita, The Japanese Farmer Of Choice For Top Chefs In Paris

To get his niche greens, you need a Michelin star
Jul 7, 2014 12:00 pm

Asafumi Yamashita abandoned a career in boxing and semi-professional golf in Tokyo to move to Paris and set up a backyard farm to cultivate Japanese produce. Since then, he has become one of most sought-after farmers in the world, catering exclusively to seven of the best chefs in the world.

La Jeune Rue: A New Epicenter For Food In Paris

The intersection of delicious food and high design
May 22, 2014 9:00 am

La Jeune Rue is the brainchild of Cédric Naudon, an ambitious 42-year-old French entrepreneur who bought over 25 stores in Paris Le Marais' neighborhood with the goal of creating an epicurean village, featuring design by big names like Tom Dixon, Jasper Morrison and Patricia Urquiola. Details this way. 

Quit Your Job, Buy A Bike & Move To Paris To Make Sandwiches

A pink sandwich delivery bike rolls through Paris
May 8, 2014 8:00 am

Indiana native Tiffany Iung was sitting at a bar in New York City one night when a Frenchman walked through the doors and literally swept her off her feet. To Paris. The rest was history. But this isn't just any old sappy love story. Prepare yourself for some major life envy that involves awesome sandwiches.

How Gregory Marchand Got The French Bistro Out Of A Steak Au Poivre Rut

Paris chef loves those vegetables at Frenchie
Apr 8, 2014 8:00 am

For the past five years Gregory Marchand's restaurant Frenchie has attracted Parisians to its tiny dining room in the old garment district, Sentier, with a market-driven tasting menu — of course, nothing new to Parisians — that struck a nerve with the city’s legendarily testy diners. How? By weaving together international flavors with invention, irreverence and layers of flavors.

David Lebovitz Says Eating In Paris Has Become Fun Again

And if this guy says it, you'd better believe it
Apr 2, 2014 9:00 am

For my money, there's no better judge of French-American culinary dichotomies than David Lebovitz, the pastry chef who decamped the Bay Area and the kitchen at Chez Panisse for Paris a decade ago. Here, the admirably witty Lebovitz talks about why Paris's restaurant and cooking scenes are improving, how the French cook at home and gives an update on the latest Le Brooklyn news.

Infographic: How To Drink Coffee Like A Local In Paris, Rome And Barcelona

Know your Café Bombón from Caffè Lungo
Mar 11, 2014 8:00 am

Here's an infographic that details three coffee-obsessed European cities — Paris, Rome and Barcelona — and where to drink coffee there. Also, how to not look like a silly tourist while drinking your cortado in each city.


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