What's New in Paris: Crave, Mercœur, A Home for Everyone
- Published on Wednesday, 13 March 2013 00:00
- Written by Heidi Ellison
Paris Update What’s New in Paris
A NEW SUPPER CLUB IS BORN
Three talented young chefs, all graduates of the Ferrandi cooking school in Paris, have pooled their talents to create a new supper club called “Crave.” They will cook four-course (plus two “bites”) gourmet meals in a Paris apartment for eight people on two Sunday evenings
A Crave creation: sea bass, leeks, peas, miso, dashi, carrot and brioche crumbs.
per month. Their creative, Asian-inflected dishes are made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Upcoming dates: March 24 and April 7.The suggested donation is €39. Click
Charles Dickens wrote daily installments of his novels for newspapers, but French writer Charles Flammand, who has a day job in advertising, has set himself an even greater challenge: he is writing a novel – Mercœur, le Roman Construit en Temps Réel – on Twitter, one line at a time. To catch up on what has already been written, go to his Tumbler page.
GRAPHIC DESIGN FOR A GOOD CAUSE
A Home for Everyone: The organization 4tomorrow is now accepting entries for its poster design competition with the theme “A place to live, not to sleep” for all. The 100 winning designs will be included in an exhibition and a book.