The Gourmet Corner


On the last night of the cooking class offered by Cornell Hotel School to non-Hotel School students,
with my Argentinian friend and classmate Victoria (winter 1998).

An Alphabet of My Likes and Dislikes
Likes
Dislikes

 

Cookbook Reviews

 

 

Other Food-Related Book Reviews

 

   

 

Food Shopping Splurges

 

 

Favorite Stores
Gewürz- und Teehaus Schnorr (Frankfurt, Germany)


(Image sources: here and here)

Fortnum & Mason’s Food Hall (London, UK)

 

 

 

 

Whittard of Chelsea (UK)

 

Dinner Is Served!

 

 

 

Tea, Coffee, Dessert, and Treats

 

 

 

Other Food-Related Blog Posts

 


(Except as otherwise noted, all images in this post mine.)

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