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We have added a wine pairing category over Michelin and a Mom with our new friend Amy Payne who will be pairing our recipes with some great wine ideas. Hope you enjoy.
Fish n Chips brings me back to Oxford, England back in the mid 90′s. I had just arrived to start work for Chef Raymond Blanc , I had no money and was scared to…Continue
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I started www.michelinandmom.com with my sister so we could have fun with cooking together even though we live in different countries. We are having a blast hope you enjoy. Look forward to your feedback.
It used to be kids found food at a restaurant to be better than what their mom was cooking; fast food got especially high marks. Dining out was meant for special occasion; like Father’s/Mother’s Day or an anniversary.…Continue
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One of my favorite stories from my time spent at Le Petit Blanc in Oxford England.
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Originating in Brittany, France, “crepe” is the French word for “pancake” and there is nothing more delicious than a beautiful paper thin crepe when it’s made right. Sweet or savoury….you pick! You can stuff a crepe with anything your heart desires and you will impress your friends by…Continue
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This is a recent post from a blog Michelin and a Mom my sister and I created about 2 months ago. I am a Chef and she is a stay at home mom. We like to challenge each other with ingredients and then we both create reciepes and talk a little bit of what the dish might mean to us.
Growing up on Vancouver Island, on the West Coast of Canada, I didn’t realize how lucky I was to have access to amazing seafood. It just did…Continue
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