Apr 25, 2020 | 6:30 PM | Saturday
Paul Bocuse, The True Master of Cooking There are few chefs in France so universally known as Paul Bocuse. It could be because Chef Bocuse, a descendant from a family of chefs dating back to the late 1600s, at 83 years old was still working.
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The Art of Making Doughnuts and Waffles
We'll look at these two doughs making some of the classic versions of each from Italian Struffoli and Bomboloni to the ubiquitous glazed doughnut made popular by the Krispy Kreme franchise.
José Andrés, Spain on his Terms
Early in his career, José trained under Ferran Adrià at the restaurant el Bulli. Beginning in the fall of 2010, Andrés taught a culinary physics course at Harvard University with Ferran Adrià and went on to teach at George Washington University.
Spring Date Night
Spring Date Night Well, we’ve made it through another winter, the first signs of spring are here; asparagus, chives, mushrooms, etc. So, it’s time to turn our menu thoughts to lighter, fresher dishes.
Country French Brunch
Everyone thinks French food is very rich and everyone says breakfast is the most important meal of the day so, why not make it a rich one.
The Art of Making Sauces
One of the things that differentiate restaurant cooking from the typical home kitchen is the making of great sauces. Although it may be a bit of a mystery, join us as we unravel all mystery that surrounds making these crucial parts to many great dishes.