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Tag Archives: French
Cafe Noir Is The New Black
Cafe Noir Santa Monica, California Santa Monica’s Cafe Noir stealthily hides in the open, a converted ninja bistro dressed in black and only slightly hinting at its former life as Madame Chou Chou on artsy and hipster Main Street. One … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged beet salad, Bistro, black, blue, bone marrow, bouillabaisse, CA, Cafe Noir, California, chanterelle, cheese, chef, chocolate, crudo, duxelle, fish, French, hamachi, lamb shank, lobster, Madame Chou Chou, Main Street, Manila clams, mushrooms, mussels, paella, pork belly, Portobello, saffron, santa monica, shitake, shrimp, soufflé, squid, St. Agur, trout, Vincent Carneau Comments Off on Cafe Noir Is The New Black
A Tale of Two Parties, Part II
Fig & Olive’s Opening Party West Hollywood, California Having escaped a hangover after having attending the 5th Anniversary party at Ford’s Filling Station in Culver City, I braced myself for what undoubtedly would become one of the culinary social events … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Happenings (Events) Tagged 10 Cane Rum, almond, Amarena, artichoke, bell pepper, blackberry, boquerone, bresaola, CA, California, carpaccio, champagne, Chandon, charmoula, cheese, chef, cherries, Crimini, crostini, cucumber, dessert, fig, Fig & Olive, Fig and Olive, fish soup, France, Frédéric Fekkai, French, gin, goat cheese, juice, Julien Nolan, Laurent Halasz, limehors d'oeuvres, Manchego, Mas Candill, mascarpone, mayor, Moët, Mougins, Moulin de Mougins, mushroom, oil, olive, Parmesan, Pascal Lorange, peppercorn, pine nuts, piscine, pistachio, prosciutto, red carpet, Richard Galy, ricotta, Rimauresq, rosemary, salmon, sardine, Sebastien Chambru, Serges Gouloumes, shortbread, strawberries, syrup, thyme, tilapia, tomato, tree, truffle, West Hollywood, wine, zucchini Comments Off on A Tale of Two Parties, Part II
I Like Them French Fried Potaters
French Fries Belgium In 2003 (by demand of two Republican Representatives), the United States Congress cafeteria renamed French fries “Freedom fries” in an effort to slight the country of France for not participating in the Iraq war. Thankfully, the utter … Continue reading
Posted in Europe, Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna) Tagged Angus, Belgium, Boise Fry Company, Boise, Idaho, CA, cafe, Canada, cheese, chips, Congress, curds, food truck, Freedom fries, French, French Canadian, fries, Frysmith, Greek, home fries, Idaho, kimchi, Kurabuta, Kurobuta, LA, lays, Los Angeles, Montreal, Native Taters, potatoes, poutine, Quebec, Rajas, Redondo Beach, smoked meat, spuds, taters 2 Comments
The French War of 1918
French dip sandwiches Philippe the Original and Cole’s Pacific Electric Buffet, Los Angeles, CA No one doubts the French dip sandwich’s city of origin – it was born shortly after the turn of the 20th century, becoming one of Los … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna), USA Tagged Cole's, dip, French, L.A., Los Angeles, Philippe, sandwich 3 Comments