Category Archives: Choucroute

Lentils, Shiny Gold and Strong Hopes

‘Turn out the lights, the party’s over They say that, ‘All good things must end’ Let’s call it a night, the party’s over And tomorrow starts the same old thing again’ So sang Willie Nelson. One year ends and another … Continue reading

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Steingarten’s ‘True Choucroute’ Inspired Me

When I fell on an article in American Vogue about the Choucroute Garni, I was intrigued. A dish I’d loved for years was being reviewed and investigated as if forensically by an erudite Harvard educated lawyer who wanted to know … Continue reading

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