When we sit down to a meal at On Rue Tatin I’m always so happy at the response. Everyone loves what we eat (because they made it so well!), and they love the pace. We take our time, we sip and we taste, no one leaves the table feeling as though they’ve had too […]
About in A French Kitchen: Hungry for Good Books: http://hungryforgoodbooks.blogspot.com/2015/06/in-french-kitchen-by-susan-herrmann.html Luxury Reading: Giveaway: http://luxuryreading.com/inafrenchkitchen/ French Village Diaries: Review http://www.frenchvillagediaries.com/2015/06/book-review-of-in-french-kitchen-by.html, Interview: http://www.frenchvillagediaries.com/2015/06/france-et-moi-with-author-susan.html Rosemary and Reading Glasses: http://rosemaryandreadingglasses.com/2015/06/09/a-tale-of-two-cookbooks/ A Comfy Chair: https://acomfychair.wordpress.com/2015/06/08/in-a-french-kitchen-by-susan-herrmann-loomis-a-review/ Beth Fish Reads: Round Up 1: http://www.bethfishreads.com/2015/05/stacked-up-book-thoughts-pre-bea-edition.html, Round Up 2: http://www.bethfishreads.com/2015/06/stacked-up-book-thoughts-catching-up.html Book TARDIS: http://booktardis.blogspot.com/2015/05/francophiles-find-yourself-in-french.html And, of course, we have your pieces on Tastebook (http://www.tastebook.com/blog/susan-loomis-perfect-food-day/), […]
Just published on youtube and vimeo….soon there will be others! Bon Appetit!
For the past fifteen years, I’ve hosted a monthly wine tasting on Rue Tatin for a group of about fifteen friends. The group has shifted and changed but one thing has remained constant – everyone who comes for the three hour tasting loves every minute of it. Hervé Lestage, oenologue and caviste, brings the wine. Together we […]
My market is filled with perfect seasonal produce, gorgeous meat and poultry, incredible sounds and colors, and a host of great looking men. Why? Because in our corner of the world men cultivate mushrooms and apples, make creamy fresh goat cheese, raise ducks for foie gras, tend chickens who lay the most beautiful eggs, serve […]
At 21 Mazarine Chef and Paul Minchelli, has the softest, most delicate touch with seafood of any chef I’ve ever known. Didier Granier, also part owner who runs the front of the house, greets each guest as though they were JUST the person he wanted to see. Their combination is irresistible. And then there is […]
The rain has been unbelievable. Paris was submerged the other night, enveloped in a steady drizzle that penetrated everything, including my raincoat, as I walked down Boulevard St. Germain on my way to dinner at L’Itinéraire. I gratefully pushed open the door into the entry where a young waiter greeted me warmly and offered to […]