food + cooking

Thanksgiving in Paris

Adam Gopnik reminisces on the strangeness of roasting a turkey in the City of Light
chefs + restaurants

Restaurants Now: La Petite Chaise

Founded as a coaching inn in 1680, La Petite Chaise may be the oldest restaurant in Paris.
travel + culture

Eight Great Places for Roast Chicken in Paris

Every since Diane Keaton swooned over the poulet rôti in Something’s Gotta Give, French fowl has been back in fashion.
chefs + restaurants

Le Fooding Bites the Big Apple

Gourmet’s European correspondent has seen Le Fooding change the way people think about food in France. What will happen when the French invade New York?
food politics

Wine, War, and Global Warming

What does it take to make people care about climate change? In France and the U.S., very different kinds of arguments.
chefs + restaurants

Restaurants Now: Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles, Le Jardin, Frenchie

If your idea of a perfect summer afternoon is one spent lounging by the pool, spotting celebrities, and eating cheeseburgers, we have the spot for you.
travel + culture

Travel Smart: Cooking in Your Room

Gourmet’s European correspondent finds some food-friendly hotels.
chefs + restaurants

Restaurants Now: 54 Mint, Miroir, Coda

A spin around the world reveals a positively transporting Italian job in San Francisco, the neighborhood bistro of our dreams in Paris, and a Melbourne restaurant that pairs Asian tradition with modern...
chefs + restaurants

Restaurants Now: The Standard Grill, Sepia, Rech

This week, a scene is born under Manhattan’s High Line, a Tetsuya’s veteran goes solo in Sydney, and Jacques Maximin returns to Paris in a big way.

It’s What’s for Dinner

Food critic François Simon would like you to know: A lot of people in Paris have just called out for pizza.
March 2001
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