Perfectly executed steak frites give the restaurant bistro cred.
Ooh La La Jolla
by Amy Finley | Photography by Andrea Bricco | Riviera San Diego magazine | September 3, 2014
In the years that I lived and cooked in Paris, I developed a theory about bistros that owed more to the wisdom of Coco Chanel than to that of great chefs like Escoffier, Larousse or Carême.
The ever elegant doyenne of French fashion famously implored disciples of her effortless chic to conclude their dressing retinue with a parting glance in the mirror. Then, to remove one accessory.
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Gazpacho with green apple, strawberry, pickled watermelon rind, hibiscus and N20 creme fraiche sorbet
by Jen Karetnick | Photography by Michael Pisarri | Miami magazine | September 3, 2014
When food connoisseurs get together—whether they’re mere enthusiasts or actual professionals—the talk naturally turns competitive: Who’s had the strangest foodstuff? The most expensive bottle of wine? The largest, most decadent tasting menu?
Jason Lenox may have inherited the family business, but he’s doing things his own way, including opening a new clothing and gift store in Preston Center. Read More »
Benton Does Dallas
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