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Steak Buenos Aires: La morcilla, many ways of enjoying it!

When it comes to talk about blood sausage, people can have various reactions. From ”Never ever!!” to ”Have you tried it cold, on a piece of bread? 279 more words

Comida En Argentina

A countryside delight: boudin noir, purée et tranches de pommes.

A visit to the organic food market yesterday evening made the menu of the next day. 

We ended up buying ” boudin noir ” which seemed to have cast a spell on my husband ; -) … 204 more words

Home Cooking

A belated St. Martin´s feast: Boudin noir & sweet pretzels

deutsche Version

Cold and grey weather is what it takes to get me in the mood for boudin noir, blood sausage. Most people I know don´t like it, but I enjoy it every now and then. 1,488 more words


Gascon Eggs

Partner demanded something nice to take his mind off the super sized slug rampaging around in the last post (teeth like hatpins).

He demanded scotch eggs. 143 more words


Terroirs, Covent Garden

I used to go to Terroirs quite often with my old job, however, now that I’m a bit farther away, I miss it! I met up with my old colleague, Jean-Hugues, today, and we tried the new summer menu that they are currently serving. 172 more words

Instant Gratification

The little secret on Collins Street: Pei Modern

Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 7.30am – late

Coffee: Single Origin Roasters

Mr LB:
Bistro [noun] a small, inexpensive restaurant

“What does Bistro mean to Melbourne? 758 more words

Brunch Category

Where the French do their monthly shop

The French in London tell me there are certain products they can’t live without: boudin noir (a traditional sausage, often served with apples), their own brands of children’s biscuits and breakfast cereals, those clever little ready-made sauces for meat and fish. 322 more words

Food & Drink