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Eric Ripert: From Angry Guy To Nice Chef

One thing we learn while working under others is what kind of leader we would like to have around! 75 more words

Inspiration.

NYC - 12/7/15 - Le Bernardin & O Ya

Le Bernardin
The City Harvest lunch menu at Le Bernardin is the best kept secret in NYC.  I should probably even stop writing about it!  When I’ve found myself able to have lunch in midtown in the last few months I have tried to check out some other places.   223 more words

New York

NYC - 11/2/15 - Le Bernardin

There is no better way to forget about an unpleasant morning doctor’s appointment than to stop at Le Bernardin for lunch. Consistently impeccable and always my favorite lunch in NYC. 78 more words

New York

A Couple Of Passing Cooking Thoughts

Previously, on tastingmenu.wordpress.com –

* https://tastingmenu.wordpress.com/2011/01/01/on-suimono/
https://tastingmenu.wordpress.com/2014/10/13/trying-to-recreate-a-top-chef-dish-from-chef-ripert/

I finally understood why japanese cuisine occasionally blanches some of their seafood before adding it to a stew.   553 more words

HomeCooking

2015 Philadelphia Film Festival: King Georges

King Georges follows fiery French chef Georges Perrier’s crusade to save his world-renowned 40-year-old restaurant, Le Bec-Fin, from closing.

Trailers

Authentic methods work best for Chateau le Puy

It’s a romantic tableau – a tall ship heavy with supplies, a crew, and precious cargo sailing the Atlantic.

Each fall, Chateau le Puy winery hoists a handful of oak barriques filled with finely crafted Bordeaux onto their brigantine, Tres Hombres. 803 more words

Food

701 — Lunch on 17 August 2015

It’s the middle of The Hottest Month, which means it’s time for my own little Christmas in August—DC Restaurant Week(s), when every day brings new presents and surprises. 173 more words

Restaurants