David Lebovitz Newsletter

David Lebovitz
A tasty mix of recipes, Paris food bites, personal stories..and lots of other subjects focusing on food and travel. Sign up and get my newsletter delivered right to your Inbox!
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  • Green Olive and Almond Tapenade
    22 Nov 2021 • 3 min read • 53 45
    If newspapers, magazines, and social media are any indication, everyone needs - on an annual basis - even more ways to roast turkey (or braise, sous-vide, Instant Pot, deep-fry, brine, dry brine, etc)...
  • The hunt begins...?
    17 Nov 2021 • < 1 min read • 155 75
    Romain checks out all this space for his books (or for my cookware!) One thing the pandemic has made us realize is how important it is, and how much we value l’aire fraîche or fresh air. Covid or othe...
  • Q+A with Cookbook Author Kate Leahy
    12 Nov 2021 • 20 min read • 10 3
    When we were shooting the photos for Drinking French in Paris, while at La Buvette wine bar, I met Kate Leahy who was co-writing the La Buvette cookbook. We were both deep in the cookbook production “...
  • Chocolate Mousse
    05 Nov 2021 • < 1 min read • 64 42
    I don’t know about you, but this time of year my social media streams are filling up with new, exciting, different, better, improved, flakier, moister, crispier, more golden, more tender, ways to bake...
  • November 2021 Newsletter
    01 Nov 2021 • 6 min read • 43 54
    Yes, that was me the other night at 11pm, the crazy guy chasing after a woman who was walking very fast down our street. I’d been on the sofa in my jammies streaming a movie and noticed a shadowy figu...
  • The Fall Market in Paris
    24 Oct 2021 • 8 min read • 79 32
    When I lived in San Francisco, the joke was that you only could tell what season it was because of what you saw at the market. Living in a city where the temperature doesn’t waver much during the year...
  • The Martinelle cocktail
    12 Oct 2021 • 3 min read • 20 6
    The Martini gets a lot of grief when it’s not something people think it is, or think it should (or shouldn’t) be. Even though it’s just a glass with a little liquid in it, no one can quite decide how ...
  • Honey-Roasted Plums
    05 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read • 51 29
    I’m sorry. Sometimes I think I spend half of my time apologizing for, well…everything. Okay, half of everything. The other half of the time I’m doing something constructive, like cooking and baking, w...
  • October 2021 Newsletter
    01 Oct 2021 • 7 min read • 32 31
    Last month was the rentrée, the period when everyone in France returns home from their summer vacations. I have to admit, it’s my least favorite time of the year. It reminds me of the dreaded back-to-...
  • Foods I miss from America
    22 Sep 2021 • 10 min read • 39 60
    Aside from banks that will let you withdraw your money whenever you’d like, drugstores that sell candy, cigarettes, laundry detergent, and alcohol, and no-questions-asked returns (I’ve had clerks in A...
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