Wednesday, February 23, 2011

no snobs allowed


This month, Bon Appetit has a great article about snob-free dining in Paris. I'm dying to try Drouant, an Art Deco style restaurant that serves "....a selection of verrines (foods served in little glass jars)—such as fresh goat cheese with olive oil and basil, or salmon rillettes with preserved lemon—accompanied by a basket of bread for slathering." Whoa.

Check out the article here.

p.s. I'm sad Gourmet is gone, but I was always a fan of Bon Appetit and continue to be one. What do you guys think?


PoetessWug said...

I think I must be missing something. I don't understand what the issue is...What does "gourmet" mean?!

jillian :: cornflake dreams. said...

sounds pretty amazing. you had me at paris and goat cheese. is there a better combo?!!? xoxo jcd :: cornflake dreams

Selma Janina said...

mhh I love this kind of food! And its so healthy! lg

dulci said...

@Poetess - Gourmet was a food magazine that closed a few years ago. Bon Appetit is a rival magazine and has been doing well.

@Selma - HA! Fat free, right?

stephiejane said...

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Unknown said...

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