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Now on the menu at Le Pichet

Last week, chef de cuisine Dave Cooper introduced 3 new summer dishes to the menu at Le Pichet. Hope you will enjoy these photos.

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Now on the menu at Le Pichet

Poulet rôti à votre commande et cèleri en trois façons Washington natural free-range chicken roasted to order, with oil poached celery root, sautéed celery, celery tops and nettle-pistachio pistou

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Poule au pot trial

In preparation for the upcoming June Chef’s Dinner at Cafe Presse, I recently put together  a Poule au Pot trial run using a chicken from Hungry Hollow Farms. Here are some photos of the process: Here is the chicken as … Continue reading

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Hungry Hollow Farms at Café Presse Quarterly Dinner

For our June 2018 Quarterly Chef’s Dinnner at Café Presse, we will be preparing a traditional Poule au pot, featuring free-range, pasture raised farm chickens from Hungry Hollow Farms near Shelton WA. THIS JUST IN:  Artisan farmer/owner of Hungry Hollow … Continue reading

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Too hot to cook?

  When the thermometer is topping 90 degrees, its way to hot to cook!  Instead of turning on the oven,why not let us do the cooking?  Most of the items on our menu are available to take home including our … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Dinner Chez Vous

Does a romantic dinner for two at home sound like fun this year? Don’t want to fight the crowds for a Valentine’s Day table? Cafe Presse has the solution! Café Presse St.-Valentine’s Take-Home Dinner for 2 Salade aux deux endives, … Continue reading

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Fall 2016 Cooking Class

Hands-on Chicken Workshop What:  A hands-on workshop all about cooking chicken.  Each student will work with their own chicken to learn the basics, then divide up in pairs to actually practice three different cooking methods. When:     Three class … Continue reading

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November Cooking Class

Monday, look for a post with details about my next cooking class in November 2016…can you guess what the class topic will be?

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Its too hot to cook!

The weather forecast for this weekend in Seattle  calls for temperatures in the 90’s, which for a Seattle native feels like the Sahara (that’s right, we are hot weather wimps). Here’s our stay cool tip :  Instead of heating the … Continue reading

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Poulet au vin jaune

This recipe, which comes from the region of the Jura in the foothills of the Alps, is one of the marvels of French country cooking.  In France it is often made with the famous blue-footed chickens from nearby Bresse. Vin … Continue reading

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