A new cookbook from popular New York restaurant Le Marais is put through its paces. The result? A restaurant-quality winter meal at home.
An occasion-worthy winter dish is deceptively easy to make, and yields excellent leftovers.
While it may not look particularly exciting, this simple soup combines earthy, tart and sweet flavors — a delightful starter in winter weather.
A delicious parve dessert bursting with the flavors of citrus zest and good olive oil.
With a Bastille Day party on July 14 and the launch of its meat-focused cookbook a few days later, it’s a busy month for Le Marais.
France’s Frédéric Chouraki is one of Europe’s most frivolous and insouciant young Jewish novelists. Chouraki’s 2008 “Ginsberg and Me” (“Ginsberg et moi”), from Les Éditions du Seuil, is a fictional jape about Simon Glückmann, an observant young French Jew who meets and seduces the elderly American poet Allen Ginsberg in a Paris gay sauna. Hijinks ensue, with Ginsberg depicted in the unflattering guise, as one reviewer put it, of a “libidinous old goat.”