Executive Pastry Chef Tyler Atwell shares the delicious Valrhona Chocolate recipe we can’t resist
Before becoming the Executive Pastry Chef at Lafayette Grand Café and Bakery in New York City, Michigan-born Chef Tyler Atwell studied the art of pastry-making at the French Culinary Institute and eventually went on to lead the pastry teams of Boulud Sud and Wolfgang Puck Catering. Now an industry favorite ... More
DuJour Media spoke with four Chefs from well-known restaurants with beautiful holiday decor to get a personal look into their personalities, holiday traditions, favorite meals and more.
Meet the Chefs:
Executive Chef Ramesh Kaduru, The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta
Culinary Director Jeff Haskell, Refinery Rooftop, NYC
Executive Chef Peter Betz, Waldorf, Astoria NY
Executive Chef ... More
Two choice non-alcoholic drinks are making it a bit more enjoyable to stay sober
Some epicures may have encountered sophisticated mocktail mixology on high-end menus, but typically, the mention of cocktails sans alcohol conjures up images of virgin Strawberry Daiquiris from childhood. Beyond opting for water or the slightly more inconspicuous club soda with lime, there haven’t been many good ways for the ... More
From Veuve to Dom, take a page from these bubbly histories...
1. The oldest bottle of Veuve Clicquot sold for 30,000 euros. The bottle, dated at approximately 1841, was found in an underwater shipwreck and is rumored to have been sampled by Madame Clicquot herself.
2. And Veuve Clicquot is the first champagne house credited for rosé. The pinkish color ... More