Apollonia Poilâne ’07 and the Culture of Bread
Legacy. History. Institution. All of these words come to mind when thinking of the famous bakery, an almost century-old Parisian institution of which Poilâne serves as the careful custodian.
Campus Aesthetics: What Are the Nicest Harvard Study Spaces?
Students recently told the Harvard Crimson about their favorite, most aesthetic places on campus.
‘The Menu’ Review: When Does Fine Dining Cross the Line?
This powerful film highlights the incompatibility between supposed perfection and underlying imperfection of fine dining.
‘The Crown’ Season Five Premiere Review: Does 'The Crown' Not Support the Monarchy?
By placing an emphasis on the separation between the British Royal Family and the rest of the country, “The Crown” takes a step towards a neutral portrayal of the family, balancing out their past idolization with some stark realism.
‘House of the Dragon’ Season Review: Television’s Return to Westeros
While the slow-burn plot may be frustrating for “Game of Thrones” fans who are used to receiving closure at the end of a season, the producers have surely secured a devoted audience for the next season of “House of the Dragon.”
Bertil Jean-Chronberg: Bonde Fine Wine's Artisan Curator
“Bonde is a culture, it’s a culture of simple space.”
Is Veganism the New Fine Dining?
Veganism has attempted various coups d’états in haute cuisine establishments across the globe. In 2021, Daniel Humm’s Eleven Madison Park made its pivotal switch to a plant-based menu.