A little apple honey and mascarpone in Paris.
We sit down with the former food writer as his Brooklyn festival kicks into gear.
The friendly French-food-festival rivals return this fall with competing schedules of dinners, demos, and al fresco feasts.
The best entrant calls out both new-catch herring and a moose-and-lamb pÃ¢tÃ©. We can get behind that.
For MasterCard-holders, anyway.
Radis, beurre et sel, avec KABOOM! Oh, and Mike D. will be there, too.
Including Wylie's root-beer ribs, Sondre Lerche, and the pervasive smell of wood smoke.
Music and food made in his honor.
Plus: A free concert from the Hold Steady, a visiting chef at Bar Basque, a semi-Gambian bakery, and more neighborhood news.
Around-the-clock food, from the world's best chefs, for three days straight.
There's something not kosher about Le Dîner en Blanc.
The French celebration of food-world enfants terribles is back.
Sure, the lines were long. But we got some awfully pretty pictures out of it.
Our highly scientific comparative analysis of last night's first of two SF vs. NY showdowns.
Plus, the whole farm-to-table thing? Started in the Bay Area, says San Francisco's Daniel Patterson.
Adam Gopnik compares the culinary movement to the French New Wave.
But that doesn't mean the chef will sink to wearing a balloon hat.
Lots of food fun going on this weekend.
Plus: Cupcakes come to the Middle East, and airlines love mixology, all in our morning news roundup.
The French-American food exchange program is sort of accessible to mere mortals.