Author Archives: Jim
This Sunday, set your Game Day table with food to-go from Café Presse. Frites, croques, roasted chickens, charcuterie plates, desserts and more are all available for take-out to be enjoyed chez vous during the game. And you can even pick … Continue reading
At Le Pichet, we recently had a request from a guest that we make our nougat glacée. Well, fair warning, we did just that and it is available today (1/14/15) while supplies last on our daily dessert board. Nougat glacée, … Continue reading
2015 Dates for the French Conversation Table at Café Presse: January 2015: 07, 22 July 2015: 08, 22 February 2015: 04, 18 August 2015: 05, 19 March 2015: 04, 18 September 2015: 02, 16, 30 April 2015: … Continue reading
On the borderline between the 11th and 12 arrondissements and to the east of the Bastille is a neighborhood that is referred to alternately by reference to its main thoroughfare (the Faubourg Saint-Antoine) or its metro stop (Ledru Rollin), or, … Continue reading
What: “Garbure Béarnaise Workshop” Cooking Class and Supper presented by Chef James Drohman (each session limited to 16 students) When: Three different sessions of this class will be offered: Saturday January 24, 2015, 12:noon to 3:30pm or Tuesday January … Continue reading
From all of us at Café Presse and Le Pichet, We wish you a very Happy Holiday Season!
Special at Cafe Presse today: Garbure Béarnaise One of the iconic dishes of the cooking of southwestern France, a garbure is, at its base, a peasant stew of white beans and winter vegetables. Regional variations abound (Landaise? Gasconne?) but in … Continue reading
There are still tables available. Call now at 206 256-2499 to reserve yours.
According to Ballotpedia, Oregon’s Initiative 92, which would have required labeling of certain foods that are produced with or contain genetically modified ingredients, was narrowly defeated on November 4. 2014. However, the final margin of defeat was only 809 votes, … Continue reading