Marcus Tullius Cicero was the most eloquent Roman orator, wealthy statesman, but also a sensitive humanist. On the Good life is a classical collection of his most influential philosophical discourses […]
The in-house custodian of flavors is the two Michelin stared chef Arnaud Bignon, who casts his fine touch on the classic French cuisine. any of the dishes, while employing contemporary cooking techniques lightens their typically presumed weight. His gastronomic philosophy is focused on finding the perfect harmony in all of his edible creations.
Tartine Bakery in San Francisco’s hip Mission district, where the current “foodfarians” cook almost anything from scratch, was one of the initiators of truly artisanal movement in the Bay area. […]
The Time Magazine run a cover story with Michel Guérard title “Hold the butter” in 1976, long before the global culinary scene moved to lighter cooking. The healthy dining pioneering French […]