Paris Can Wait…a road trip to relax by Paris Can Wait is a film starring Diane Lane, Arnaud Viard, and Alec Baldwin, though Baldwin is visually in it for just the first 15 minutes. After that his role is restricted to phone calls. Though the […]
A busy kitchen, a country hotel…Whites Whites centers around the bustling kitchen of a grand country estate turned boutique hotel in the English countryside. The hotel’s star chef, Roland White, a once driven and brilliant man about kitchen, now spends most of his time dreaming […]
Delicious, a show for food lovers (sort of)… If you’re a British television lover as I am, you may also be a subscriber to Acorn TV. If you’re not and you’ve never heard of Acorn, then most likely you’ve missed Delicious, a British television series […]
White Lady, Side Car, Main Brace, or Between the Sheets? NOTE: to go straight to the Vintage Cocktails and recipes, proceed to bottom of post. If someone asks you what your favorite movies are, often times the list will change over the years. But for […]
Massimo Bottura’s Table In 2012 two earthquakes hit the Emilia-Romagna region that caused wide-spread damage. This is the land of Parmigiano-Reggiano, and where the medieval Italian village of Modena sits. It’s also where famed chef Massimo Bottura and his three-star Michelin restaurant Osteria Francescana reside.
The Perfect French Omelette according to Julia To go straight to Julia Child’s French Omelette recipe, proceed to end of post. If you’re of a certain age you may have watched Julia Child’s first television show, The French Chef when it originally aired back on […]
An indie movie that leaves a lovely taste…and a Pain de Mie recipe to accompany it Toast is the memoir film about famous food writer and chef Nigel Slater’s beginnings in a household that was anything but gourmet. It stars Helena Bonham Carter and Freddie […]