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  • Traditional describes this classic French bread
    Traditional describes this classic French bread
    In recent years, many have discovered the pleasures of bread baking. The bread machine has made it now easier than ever to turn out a loaf of bread quickly and easily. By simply loading all the ingredients into the unit's bread pan, anyone can...
  • French Memories Bakery in Cohasset, Mass.
    A coffee and a pastry at French Memories Bakery
    One of our favorite bike routes is the scenic route from Hull to Cohasset,MA on Atlantic Ave up rolling hills and breathtaking views of the ocean and not to mention some nice real estate. After the exertion up and down the hills, you reach...
  • French Toast
    Go Belgian at Santa Monica's Third Street Promenade
    Looking for a hole in the wall that will meet your craving for a down-to-earth café, while having an upscale feel? Le Pain Quotidien Santa Monica will meet your desire.As you walk in, you are indulged in beautiful pastries that will make you feel...
  • Chef Frank Zeigler - The French Kitchen
    The French Kitchen gets a French chef
    It was a little over a year and half ago that the French Kitchen in the historical refurbished Lord Baltimore Hotel opened and in that time have had a handful of chefs running their culinary endeavors; the restaurant, banquets, room service, the...
  • A French classic...."Boeuf Bourguignon"
    A French classic...."Boeuf Bourguignon"
    French cooking was something new to America in the early 1960's! It seemed that many Americans became fascinated by this cuisine and it was "the thing" to learn the techniques involved in preparing French food. Julia Child, the grand...
  • 5 to 7
    '5 to 7' movie review
    “You’re never more than twenty feet away from someone you know, or someone you’re meant to know.” That opening line from the narrator launches the romantic drama ‘5 to 7.’ Writer/director Victor Levin has...
  • What you should know before going to a Cinco de Mayo party
    What you should know before going to a Cinco de Mayo party
    On May 5, every year many Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo with festivities filled with mariachi music, dancing, food and of course Coronas. But many of those who celebrate do not know the story behind Cinco de Mayo. Here are a few things you...
  • Try making homemade salad dressing!
    Try making homemade salad dressing
    A fresh, green salad is a standard at the lunch hour or served as a side with a main course. Many restaurants are well known for their salad bars, where you can make your salad according to what your like in it! Naturally, you have to have some...
  • The City of Lights mixes with The Windy City at Expo Chicago 2015
    The City of Lights mixes with The Windy City at Expo Chicago 2015
    “Expo Chicago is proud to announce the resulting programs formed by the French-American Curatorial Exchange, as well as strong ancillary events that will highlight French artists and curators in Chicago during Expo Art Week in 2015,”...
  • French pharmacy beauty brands
    Why women and men love French pharmacy beauty brands
    Online beauty retailer FeelUnique.com wanted to know what was behind the popularity of French pharmacy beauty brands, specifically what drew women and men to elevate the products to cult status. The site’s beauty experts put their heads...
  • 5 Reasons why you should visit Quebec City
    5 Reasons why you should visit Quebec City
    Quebec City is the capital of the Canadian province of Quebec, Canada. Within a 2 hour train or bus ride from Montreal, a visit to Old Quebec makes an excellent day trip (or weekend getaway). It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site that cannot be...
  • The Guild in Nob Hill
    REVIEW: Jacques Becker's 'Le Trou' explores grit and loyalty in a Paris prison
    The plight of men facing decades of incarceration in late 1940s Paris is explored in “Le Trou” (“The Hole”) (1960, France). Screening March 14-15 at the Guild, this film of director Jacques Becker first makes us care about...
  • The real story behind macarons
    The real story behind macarons
    When many think about macarons French confectionery comes to mind. Those colorful, flavorful delicacies have a little known secret: they originate from Italy. Unless you are an avid fan of the Medici family you probably didn't know that the...
  • Terrine
    All-star culinary cast comes together to create Terrine in Los Angeles
    In the city of glitz and glamour, oftentimes the perfect cast has to come together to create the next great restaurant. And that's exactly what has happened at Terrine. French restauranteur Stephane Bombet, who brought us Picca and Mo-chica,...
  • Bagatelle West Hollywood
    Bagatelle in West Hollywood offering the utmost in cuisine and ambience
    Getting the Vegas itch? No need to drive all the way there. You can just go to Bagatelle to get your party on. But before you do, you must indulge in their exquisite cuisine. The best thing about Bagatelle is, unlike many restaurants in L.A. that...
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