Monday, March 12, 2007

Wine Spectator Interview: Thomas Keller

If you're a fan of Thomas Keller, then this article may interest you. It's honest, thoughtful, and a nice Monday morning read. Enjoy!

3 comments:

Shannon said...

Hi Carol,

First, I love your blog!!

Second, I tried getting in touch with you and your dinergirl email address keeps bouncing back. So I don't think you've gotten my email saying that I haven't gotten the attachments for the templates (they were never attached to the email you sent).

Sorry to use your blog to get through that message :)

Rory said...

Thanks for the article, and I also love the blog.

As it turns out I've got a big cooking weekend planned including veal, lamb and chicken stocks as well as the Pig's Head dish from the FL Cookbook. If you haven't figured out yet, the Stocks & Sauces section of the book is worth the price alone, and includes my favorite sentence in the whole book: "If we had the time and space, we would blanch the bones twice, but that would be impractical"(going from memory so maybe not word for word). I nearly fell out of my chair the first time I read that - written as if everything else in the book was exceedingly simple and practical!

Kristin wroblewski said...

Thanks for the blog Carole!
I am working up the courage to start trying stuff out of FL. Working out of Bouchon is not too difficult so maybe I will start with staff lasgana and go from there. Anyway, this was a really interesting article. My friend ate at FL back in January and sent me a pic of the place where the new inn is to be built. It is the garden now. I was also surprised about Laura Cunningham leaving.