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January 16, 2010



So cool, I worked at Plaza Atenee when,(NY's version) when the Rostangs were consulting!
When are you coming back to NYC, we have to have a coffee and yes I met Shuna!

One blogger down, two zillion to go!


Ms. Glaze

The Rostangs do a lot of consulting including the food for all the Meridien Hotels in the world! This was my first experience at the namesake restaurant, but I have eaten at practically all of their Parisian bistros.

I'm back in NYC and happy to be in a warmer climate (if you can believe it). I'm jealous you met Shuna without me. Boo!


Oh wow! Oh wow! Lucky you! (you look great by the way).

Whether you're going to have another dinner like that one? Sure, as it's a small Michelin world. And I can see you orchestrating something similar at your own place.

Ms. Glaze

Sorry for all the vanity shots here. I wasn't really going for shameless self promotion (I mean what is a blog really after all?) but I couldn't seem to photograph anyone without being pulled into the shot.

Anyhoo, I am a bit more relaxed now that I'm out of the kitchen for the time being, hopefully that's apparent. And a lot healthier (even after a heavy wine drinking and fat food filled trip to Paris!)


Pffft! You could probably spend months with the wine and fat food and still look great!

Kudos to you for the trip... it must be nice to be back. And I, for one, do love a good white Neuf de Pape.


Excellent post, enviable meal!


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Wow, this piece reads exactly like my old middle school essay, "What I did on my summer vacation."

Right down to the viognier reference. Small world, indeed.


Jealous. That apple truffle pastry looks incredible! Hope you are well.


Good to see that you're making excellent use of your time off. How much would a bowl of truffles like that even cost!?!?

I've read about the duck press before. It's something that could only have been created by a madman, unemployed after various European revolutions and inquisitions.


Beautiful writing, beautiful food, amazing meal. Thank you so much for sharing.

Between the duck jus, the pigeon, the basket of truffles and the wines, wow. I am green with envy.

Happy New Year and best of luck in your next adventure...wherever that may be.


It must be nice to be back.. cool posting....


I am anxious to read about the next chapter in your life. Do you plan to stay in NY or coming back to SF? Are you taking a break form the kitchen for a while as you write your book or will you dabble a bit as you write? Hurry up with your next entry:)

A Big Fan


I completely agree with you about white Chateauneuf du Pape. I'm in love with floral whites and these wines just kill it for me. And did I mention that I have the biggest crush on you?..my last girlfriend was a vegetarian so you waxing poetically about pigeon just does it for me ;-)


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I think its a pretty good idea not that there aren't other sites out there that already do something similar but I think it might catch on here pretty well.

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Wow, this piece reads exactly like my old middle school essay, "What I did on my summer vacation."

Right down to the viognier reference. Small world, indeed.

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