Tag Archives: France
A nice way to end a Fall meal in SW France: cow’s milk blue cheese from les Landes, organic baguette, last of the season green figs, chocolate from a local organic artisan and a glass of madiran.
A really tasty dish at restaurant Chez Canaille in Pau….pigs ears simmered until tender, cooked on the plancha until crispy, then tossed with garlic-parsley persillade. That’s right, a whole plate of pig’s ears.
Quick photo of me at lunch with the part of the Drohman family that lives in Alsace…where, incidentally,it is spelled Drohmann. This photo only shows a part of the group, which numbered about 25 guests, all of whom are either … Continue reading
I am in Alsace! As a prelude to a visit to our house in the SW of France, decided to plan a week in a region about which I don’t know very much…a considerable shortcoming on my part, given that … Continue reading
In addition to his visits to see artisan cheese maker, production of salt at Salies de Bearn and traditional methods of making jambon de Bayonne in Hagetmau, Café Presse chef de cuisine Patrick MacWhorter finished his trip to France at … Continue reading
For 5 days in July, Café Presse Chef de Cuisine Patrick MacWhorter visited the French Basque countries as the guest of Société Agour, a producer of traditional Basque cheeses and jambon de Bayonne. During this time, Pat had the opportunity … Continue reading
The 2016 edition of the Tour de France kicks off from Mont Saint-Michel on Saturday July 2nd and finishes on the Champs Elysée on Sunday July 24th. Café Presse will be showing every stage on the big screen over the … Continue reading
Catch every match of the 2016 UEFA Euros at Café Presse! We will be showing every minute of every match as France hosts the second most important tournament in the world. KICKOFF CELEBRATION JUNE TENTH Please join us for a … Continue reading
In the past, if you had heard of the Clown Bar at all, it was likely in the context of its wonderful Belle Epoque clown decor, which is so iconic that is often shows up in architecture books on cafes … Continue reading