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Room to squeeze in one more Modern French Restaurant - Please help to Decide

by Charles Yu 6 days ago

After going through our 9 days eating itinerary in and around Paris this coming summer. I noticed we have room to squ...

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Charles Yu commented 6 days ago

Montreal Restaurant Recommendation

by tony_brisbane 12 days ago

First time travelling to Montreal for 2 nights next month and would appreciate a recommendation for a restaurant serv...


hubfood commented 6 days ago

Bell's Restaurant | Los Alamos

by Melanie Wong 1 month ago

Cool! Speaking of the closed Bell Street Farm cafe, I'd read this piece that the new owners plan to reopen March ...

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Melanie Wong commented 14 days ago

Dinner with inlaws

by Lillla 4 months ago

I am a newlywed and my in-laws are coming next Sunday to eat my cooking for the first time, there will be 5 of us tot...


thegforceny commented 1 month ago

French Countryside

by d2tmd 2 months ago

It has always been a romantic dream of mine to go to the French countryside and learn to cook from a French grandmoth...


gooster commented 2 months ago

The sad end of the Camembert wars

by Melanie Wong 2 months ago

This feels like last rites for real Camembert. " . . . Last week’s compromise might bring the conflict to an end,...


Busk commented 2 months ago

Some of my Singapore restaurants' reviews

by Bu Pun Su 2 years ago

Under the new Chowhound forums format, sometimes I got difficulties to find the old reviews of certain restaurants. B...


Bu Pun Su commented 2 months ago

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Cafe Des Beaux-Arts in Palm Desert

by Malcolm Ruthven 2 months ago

The last mention here of Cafe Des Beaux-Arts was several years ago, so I thought I'd start a thread. Two friends and ...

Question about my tin lining

by manolotraveler 8 months ago

I just picked up another copper pan on ebay (sorry, wallet) and the lining looks a bit different from the other coppe...


pinkmagnolia921 commented 2 months ago

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L'Hotel de Ville - the most legendary restaurant in Switzerland

by Bu Pun Su 2 months ago

Andreas Caminada is likely to be the most popular chef in Switzerland at the moment. However, talking about the ‘best...

A Month Of Restaurants

by brucewein 1 year ago

Will be staying near 9th and 57th for a month.Need recommendations. Will go any where in city. Prefer: Ethnic Fre...


small h commented 2 months ago

Birthday Menu: Beef Bourguignon

by vanessa7 3 months ago

I am planning the menu for my husband’s birthday dinner next week with his family (total party of 7) and wanted to ge...


StevietheFish commented 3 months ago

Cafe Can-Can Questions

by Charles Yu 3 months ago

Greetings fellow hounds, Will be downtown next week. Planning to give Victor Barry's 'Cafe Can-Can' a try. Has any...


estufarian commented 3 months ago

Anyone care to discuss cassoulet yet again?

by Kimnamkimchi 4 months ago

##(editing out the words 'Ina Garden pretty much dissed' so we can actually discuss cassoulet, the validity of bothe...


hotoynoodle commented 3 months ago

What if I WANT a skin to form on milk?

by vjb 4 months ago

If I google "milk skin," I get lots of sites in which people ask how to prevent it. But I want to generate it. In fac...


vjb commented 4 months ago

Nyon olives and other ingredients for French cooking

by wifeofnick 4 months ago

I was gifted Patricia Wells' "At Home in Provence" cookbook this Christmas, and in looking through the recipes, I've ...


Ttrockwood commented 4 months ago

Quick Hit at La Piquette (Across from 2 Amys)

by Steve 3 years ago

I went here for a snack on Sunday evening and found a bustling French bistro that looked like it conquered this curse...


Steve commented 4 months ago

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Wine Deal: 2002 R. Renaudin “Espiègle” Brut Champagne, $44.99

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by Melanie Wong 4 months ago

2002 was an outstanding vintage in Champagne and the wines of this year are long-lived and top quality. R Renaudin i...

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Wine Deal: NV Launois "Cuvée Reserve" Brut Grand Cru Champagne (1.5L), $74.99

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 4 months ago

Long time since I've posted a "Wine Deal" here and previously most were under $15. But since today is National Champa...

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