Princess Cruises Debuts Chef Curtis Stone’s Specialty Restaurant SHARE

Chef Curtis Stone cooking with Peter Roelant, Manager of Culinary Operations of Princess Cruises
Chef Curtis Stone cooking with Peter Roelant, Manager of Culinary Operations of Princess Cruises

UPDATE: January 2017, discover the new menu with Curtis Stone’s SHARE restarant – Princess Cruises.

Princess Cruises is collaborating with renowned chef Curtis Stone and his specialty restaurant SHARE aboard Ruby Princess and Emerald Princess to offer guests a singular dining experience. Continue reading “Princess Cruises Debuts Chef Curtis Stone’s Specialty Restaurant SHARE” »

Saving the Planet at Dinner

The team who prepared the inaugural lunch at the COP21
From left to right: Guillaume Gomez, Yannick Alléno, Frédéric Anton, Nicolas Masse, Alexandre Gauthier, Marc Veyrat, Christelle Brua – Photo courtesy of Guillaume Gomez, chef at the Élysée Palace.

 

by André Gayot

 

For the 2015 Paris Climate Conference (COP21), some 150 heads of state came to Paris to save the planet and, by the same token, enjoy food. It is compatible. Why would we save the planet if it’s only to survive on boiled potatoes? Yannick Alléno (Ledoyen, Paris), part of the team of France’s top chefs that fed our world moguls during a lunch on the inaugural day, supports the Locavorists.
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A Voyage in the Flavors of Paris: Past & Present

Jean-Claude Ribaut eleventh book
Jean-Claude Ribaut eleventh book

 

Jean-Claude Ribaut, food critic of 20 years for the French daily newspaper Le Monde and GAYOT’s top Paris contributor, has just published a new book dubbed Voyage d’un Gourmet à Paris. The gourmet who made this voyage is also an historian, a sociologist and a philosopher.
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Crystal Symphony – A Food and Wine Cruise in Southeast Asia

Crystal Cruises’ Crystal Symphony ship
Crystal Cruises’ Crystal Symphony ship

 

By John and Sandra Nowlan


More than six million people. At least four million motorcycles. We were each perched on the front of a pedicab, cycling through the chaotic streets of Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) trying to avoid collisions and blend with the relentless flow of humanity aboard two-wheeled Hondas and Yamahas.

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A Weekend Full of Puerto Rican Flavors

Samples of local cuisine
Samples of local cuisine

By Yaira Solis Escudero

 

The third annual Saborea Puerto Rico: A Culinary Extravaganza!, the creative food event, was just held at the famous beach Punta del Escambrón in the The Millenium Park in Old San Juan.

 

Besides having a good time and eating well, the purpose of Saborea is featuring Puerto Rico as an unparalleled culinary destination throughout the Caribbean. The island tourism has been strengthened by the notable growth and development of the gastronomic sector. The event also served to present the new generation of Puerto Rican chefs.

 

 

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