- Le délicieux héritage de Brillat-Savarin
- Homme du XIXe ou du XXIe siècle, Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin?
- After 1500 cookbooks, I got the urge to purge
- I've got a slipcovered copy of Brillat-Savarin's "Physiology of Taste" signed by its translator, M.F.K.
- Meatless, guiltless pleasures at Crimson Hotel
- And if you wanna get real cheesy, this is the place to be, what with its cheese station teeming with different kinds of imported soft and hard cheeses (think Reblochon Lait Cru, Brillat Savarin Mons, Pont L'Eveque, Valencay, Brie Boite Blue, etc.).
- How to purge 30 years of cookbooks? Start with the ones by chefs.
- I've got a slipcovered copy of Brillat-Savarin's “Physiology of Taste” signed by its translator, M.F.K.
- 'Tis the season – for white truffles!
- The first appearance of truffles in recorded history dates back to the neo-Sumerians in 2000 B.C. Nineteenth-century French gastronome Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin called them “the diamond of the kitchen.
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