3 Bánh Mì Sandwiches for Summer Suppers

The bánh mì sandwich is a a beautiful hybrid brought to you by colonialism. This popular food combines pickled vegetables and hot peppers from the cuisine of Vietnam, and a softer version of a baguette with pâté or mousse from the French culture. A darling of food lovers, the bánh mì sandwich has made its way around…

Make Bastille Day Party Plans

Feasts, fêtes and fireworks are the traditional ways to celebrate Bastille Day, the national day of independence in France. And where there are parties, there is food. While there is no traditional food associated with Bastille Day, many choose to eat peasant food in a nod to the proletariat nature of the uprising that Bastille…

Pâté-Croûte American Finale Winners!

Earlier this week the American Finale for the World Championship of Pâté-Croûte was held at the Consulate General of France in New York City. Needless to say, if there is pâté, D’Artagnan will be there. This is the eighth year of the competition, but the first time that the Confrérie du Pâté Croûte has held a finale in…

A Quick, Simple, Delicious Lunch

Maybe you think that a charcuterie board is the rightful place for pâté. Well, we heard from a customer who made a meal of his pâté purchase. Read on to see how Fungo, an enthusiastic home cook, enjoyed our Pheasant Terrine Herbette … Unlike most pâtés, this was meaty and not overly fatty, reminding me of…

Charcuterie 101: A Tasty Recap

On Saturday, we were pleased to host Charcuterie 101 for the Food Network’s New York Wine & Food Festival. Held in the intimate, cavernous wine cellar at Macelleria in the Meatpacking District, Charcuterie 101 brought together les deux Pierres – our own, Pierre Moreira and one of our favorite NY chefs, Pierre Landet, of Cercle Rouge, for…