Hearth and Home

Food and fire remain timeless catalysts for bringing people together. Home and hearth historically evoked thoughts of safety, warmth and comfort. In the 21st century, we’re still gathering, if not around an actual fire, certainly in front of the kitchen stove.

kitchen-scene-david-teniers-the-younger-1644After more than 20 years, Art Culinaire’s mission remains “bringing family and friends back to the table.” Cooking and gathering beautifully reflects the medieval, pre-refrigeration necessity of preparing seasonal cuisine and sharing with around the table. Otherwise, food often spoiled. Today, we’re genuinely thrilled to celebrate a newly commissioned range, knowing our clients appreciate the truly good things in life: family, friendships, community…with savory cuisine, of course!

We invite you to participate with the Lacanche community in several ways: be part of our Lacanche ambassador program, sign on to our online Lacanche Owner’s Forum, or by joining the social networking revolution via our Lacanche Fan Club on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and more.

Lacanche home tour


Watch Chef Keith Snow visit iconic local Seattle farmer’s markets for some fresh produce as he prepares to create fabulous meals in three different homes with Lacanche ranges. He’ll start the day off right at breakfast with a rustic omelette, followed by a succulent roast pork tenderloin with spinach & apple cider reduction for lunch, and finishing off by roasting the perfect 26-lb turkey. Chef Keith Snow also answers some frequently asked questions about range features including the cooktop and oven. Sit back, relax, and enjoy!

Bastille Day!

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Bastille Day is right around the corner! Commemorating the beginning of the French Revolution with the storming of the Bastille, Bastille Day or “La Fête Nationale”, on July 14th is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, French national holidays.  If you’re lucky enough to be in Paris for the celebration then watching the Bastille Day Military Parade on the Champs-Elysées is an absolute must.  Dating back to 1880, it is the oldest and largest military parade held in Europe. However, if you aren’t fortunate enough to be soaking up all the fun in Paris, then why not bring some of France home to your own kitchen?  Check out this awesome recipe, courtesy of Huffington Post, for a Frangipane Apple Tart with Apricot Glaze sure to bring a slice of France to you.  

Bonjour from Le Taste of France!


Watch a short video of our Art Culinaire East Team at the 2nd annual Taste of France event held in Bryant Park in New York City! The Taste of France is not-for-profit organization hosting the world’s largest event dedicated to France.  Hoping to broaden the ability for New Yorkers to experience the wonderful French culture in a brand new way, all of the major French organizations in New York, the whole New York French community, and French embassy have joined forces to host this magnificent event.  It was our absolute honor to have 30 of some of the most esteemed French chefs in the world cooking on our Lacanche ranges on stage in front of thousands of New Yorkers attending the event.