Posts By: Sigal Bujman

Super Healthy Yemenite Inspired Meal

Yemenite soup in a bowl

Cooking on a Chagny range made the experience extra fulfilling and easy. I used the gas oven to roast perfectly moist chicken thighs, the petite electric oven for crisping the pita bread, and the traditional plate as my aid throughout the process as a convenient working surface. A visit at the unique Levinsky spice market… Read more »

Living Pretty with Lorenzo and Kurt

If you follow Lorenzo Martone Rausch on Instagram, you would ascend to a world of beauty. His breathtaking collection of photos includes food, flower arrangements, a gorgeous poodle, and ‘SkyFall’. ‘SkyFall’ is the name he gave the home that he built along with master florist Kurt Rausch, in Dutchess County, NY.

Challah – Meaningful Baking

challah ready

Elisa Waysenson, Art Culinaire’s East Coast Vice President, bakes Challah on her range, a Chagny 1400, and shares the meaning of the bread for her and her family. In Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, it is customary to dip apples in honey as a symbol for having a sweet year.

Measure of Her Powers

A chat with Jackie Kai Ellis In my line of work I get to visit amazing people, their gastronomical world, passions, homes, and of course their Lacanche experience. Recently I traveled to France to meet writer, pastry chef, and designer Jackie Kai Ellis at her Parisian home. After reading her touching memoir and following her… Read more »

Destinations – Amy Cupp – Ultimate Barn Refined

Amy Cupp, interior designer and owner of the 11 Cornwall Road Guest House in Warren, Connecticut, is a true original. She doesn’t follow trends; she sets them: with an eye for unusual objects, a passion for flowers, and an exceptional vision for their placement.