Friday for the Foodies: E Dehillerin in Paris

MSNBC wrote a story about E Dehillerin last September and they summed it up pretty well (excerpt from article):

Walking into E. Dehillerin can trigger sensory overload in foodies.

The walls are lined with copper pots. Cast-iron cookware from Le Creuset and Staub dot basement shelves. Hard-to-find copper moldings and porcelain are in abundance. Pots and crepe pans from minuscule to monstrous are stacked floor to ceiling.

It is like stepping into the world’s greatest and oldest French kitchen, one that has served as an indispensable resource for chefs and globe trotting gourmets since it opened in 1820 at the center of this gastronomically rich city.

I will also be checking out the open-air markets at Rue Mouffetard, Rue Montorgueil and Rue de Buci amongst other places.

Here’s whats happening in the foodie-verse this week:

Want to know what is going on in the cocktail world?  Alcademics posted their Glossy Booze: May Edition.

Ed Levine Eats shares with us NYC Food Events for the Weekend (and Beyond)

Remember that recipe for the Bacon Explosion?  Well now you can find it as a sometimes daily special at Channel 4 Irish Pub & Restaurant (via Grub Street)

Bet you didn’t think you could brew beer with a coffee maker, did you?  (via Epicurious)

Finally, the 2009 James Beard Awards were held this week, here’s who won.

A bientot mes amis, see you soon.  No post next week due to the trip.

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6 Responses

  1. Good timing man. I’m going to Paris too in about a month during the Fete De Musique or whatever it’s called, so I’ll try this place out too.

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