Behind the Scenes at the World's Most Metal Cassoulet Party
The five-day, trans-Atlantic feast hosted at Chicago's Publican Quality Meats has been going annually for six years now.
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French Food Actually Sucks Now, Says Head of French Tourism Council
French ambassador and tourism council head Philippe Faure says food in the provinces is "lamentable" and "not good." How the mighty have fallen.
French Restaurant that Served Foie Gras Will Go Vegan Due to Protests
Gauthier Soho in London aims to be a fully plant-based restaurant by 2020.
Un-BRIE-Lievable! French Scientists Have Discovered a New Cheese-Ripening Trick
Many in France are not happy with the development. You could say they're feeling... bleu.
The Curious History of French Onion Soup, Paris's Timeless Hangover Cure
The story of the classic dish starts with King Louis XV's First World problems. A putrid cemetery with 'flesh-eating' soil also makes an appearance.
Watch Action Bronson Eat Tuna Spinal Fluid and Smoked Veal Brain in France
In the final installment of 'From Paris with Love,' Action leaves Paris for rural France. And drinks a ton of wine.
I Survived the First Year of the Trump Presidency By Becoming Obsessed with French Food
Every time Trump signed a discriminatory executive order, I opened up one of my recipe books and found something to cook.
Paris's Essential Two-Ingredient Sandwich Is Having a Renaissance
The Parisien, or "jambon-beurre," is just ham and butter on baguette—but its perfect simplicity was under threat for decades.
Watch Part Deux of Action Bronson's Paris Special
Bam Bam is hungry for more.
Famous French Chef Renounces His Three Michelin Stars
"Maybe I will be less famous, but I accept that."
We Asked French Food Critics What They Think About Jay Rayner's Le Cinq Review
The Observer food critic branded the Michelin-starred Paris restaurant the “worst restaurant experience I have endured in my 18 years in this job.”
This ‘Anti-Cookbook’ Celebrates Stealing Recipes
Jonathan Meades, former restaurant critic and author of The Plagiarist in the Kitchen, says that anyone who claims to have invented a dish is delusional. But does anyone actually do that?