As the holidays are approaching, we were looking for a filling, comforting, super yummy entree, that is not too complicated to make and looks great too. Et Voila! – we came up with Layered Tomato Pie, enriched with a cheese mix, crispy bacon, caramelized onions, basil, mayo, and hot sauce for a nice kick. The… Read more »
Posts By: Sigal Bujman
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 »
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.
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.
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 »
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.