Latest articles on French Cuisine

Why are we only learning to cook French food in Africa?

It's easier to find African restaurants in New York City than it is in Cape Town

The France of the Indian Ocean: Everyone belongs on Reunion Island

Reunion offers something for every traveller with its rich history of diverse cultural influences interwoven into its unique, easygoing lifestyle.

Culinary software amid the hardware

It was love at first bite — the delicate, shell-shaped, citrusy sponge melted in my mouth and I knew why Proust had made the madeleine famous.

Munching my way through Montreal

Hannah Booth knew Quebec had French influences, but hadn’t counted on such an abundance of gamey meats, pâtés, vineyards and bountiful markets.

A sweet taste of France

The Ooh La La Artisan Confectionery is owned by Karen Schneid-Lieberman, who admits to an addiction to "perfect little confections".

F is for fabled French food

French is to fine dining what Italian is to opera or Russian is to ballet. <b>Brent Meersman</b> decides to try out French cookery lessons.

French cuisine named a ‘world intangible heritage’

Unesco declares French cuisine to be a world tangible heritage, creating the first gastronomy entry into the list.

Decrypting French cuisine

This homely Cape Town eatery offers the basic classics, writes <em>Brent Meersman</em>.

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