These restaurants where politicians make agreements in the greatest secrecy: “Several governments have been formed in my home”

Even if the new generation seems less connected to gastronomy and/or pays attention to its line, the men (and women) politicians appreciate to sit down at the table. Rarely in a fast-food restaurant but rather a place that allows discreet asides and, as long as you do, enjoy the good dishes of the chefs. In … Read more

discovering exotic and inexpensive gastronomy

We have forgotten it, but in the 19th century (and even until the Liberation) people were starving in Auvergne… Generations of peasants left to try their luck in Paris, where these immigrants were given the nickname of “bougnats”. Most sold wine and coal, others created bistros, open from morning until midnight, where the people of … Read more

The Monna sisters inaugurate La Midinette in Saint-Jean-de-l’Île-d’Orléans

La Midinette marks a new page in the history of the presbytery of Saint-Jean-de-l’Île-d’Orléans, with the Monna sisters who inaugurated this new gourmet haunt on Thursday. The reputation of Cassis Monna & Filles extends beyond Île-d’Orléans. Their liqueur and their many other products have been recognized many times, but this time, the sisters Anne and … Read more

The best poutine is at… Yamachiche!

The best poutine is in Yamachiche, in Mauricie. At least that’s what a TikTokeur determined in a video posted on June 24. The latter traveled the province in search of the best poutines. Since then, curious people from all over Quebec and elsewhere in the country have flocked to Les Couleurs de la terre farm … Read more

Niko Romito, the chef who dreamed of another gastronomy

By Alice Bosio Posted yesterday at 10:44, Update yesterday at 4:57 p.m. Chef Niko Romito at Casadonna, a former 16th century monastery that he has transformed into a ten-room hotel, gourmet restaurant and cooking school, in Castel di Sangro, in the heart of the Abruzzo National Park. PDS The three-star hotel in Reale, in Abruzzo, … Read more

Häagen-Dazs: these vanilla ice creams should not be consumed, a recall in progress

The American group General Mills will voluntarily recall four batches of its vanilla ice creams that it markets in France under the Häagen-Dazs brand after detecting traces of ethylene oxide, a carcinogenic pesticide banned in Europe, a- he announced Wednesday, July 6. “Following the detection of traces of ethylene oxide (ETO) in batches of certain … Read more