Food & Drink

Food & Drink
Hub Culture Paris Pop Up

Unique, Pop-Up Art, Fashion and Fine Dining Experience Hits Paris

From December 10-19, Hub Culture Paris Pavilion, a unique, pop up art gallery, shopping and fine dining experience, with up and coming star chef Freddy Money, opens to the public in Paris – so get yourselves over there before it disappears!
fried fish

Man in the Kitchen: Salt and Pepper Fried Fish Recipe

INSPIRELLE's Man in the Kitchen, Ken Carlton, shares his simple to follow recipe for salt and pepper fried fish.
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Invite Yourself into a Parisian Stranger’s Home for Dinner

For a taste of authentic French food and warm hospitality, forget the restaurant and try visiting a Parisian home for dinner.
Le Merveilleux

Les Merveilleux: Indulge in a Dessert as Marvelous as Its Name

Aux Merveilleux de Fred is a "marvelous" dessert that lives up to its name. Cordon Bleu graduate Molly Wilkinson shows you how to make them at home!
thanksgiving pumpkin pie

The Joys of Baking a Thanksgiving Pie in France

One of the challenges of baking American goodies like Thanksgiving pie in France is finding the ingredients you're used to. Here are tips from a pro chef to help!
best cheese in Paris

The Hidden Life of the Best Cheese in Paris

At Alléosse, cheese is king in the beautiful store. Made of lightly colored wooden slats, the store’s décor is very elegant and highlights each cheese’s true value. Cow cheese, goat cheese, ewe cheese – no cheese is left behind. Like stars they shine, and like stars they mask a fascinating “behind-the-scenes” life.
Roast Turkey

Bill’s Gobbly Good Turkey Recipe

Bill is the master chef in our family and has taught each of us how to prepare a perfect juicy tender turkey for those special holiday dinners.
host a French dinner

How to Host a French Dinner Party – When You Can’t Cook

Even if you don't know your confit from your cassoulet, you can host a French dinner with style by following these easy-to-master culinary tips.
Man in the Kitchen

Man in the Kitchen: Feed Your Marriage

Routine is the enemy of romance; fear, the dividing line between meal and feast. The answer is only as limited as your imagination. It’s never too early for that first Pernod. Unpack the groceries. Put on some nice music. And experiment the afternoon away in a cramped kitchen with a sharp knife and a hot stove. The results can be tasty, if not an awful lot more.
Lentil stew

Warm Up With a Simple and Hearty Lentil Stew

When it's chilly outside, there's nothing more satisfying and belly-warming than a big bowl of steaming hot stew. Here's my version of a healthy lentil stew, which always leaves my two sons and my husband licking their bowls and asking for more.