Celebrate L’art de Vivre at Passport France May 9-22

Are you into French food? Does your apron say “French Kiss the Cook”? Do you always practice what you quiche? Does your baguette always match your shoes? Did I just totally escargot there?

If the answer’s oui, then join us for Passport France May 9-22, our third annual festival dedicated to the foods and culture of one of the world’s hottest culinary destinations. Expect an authentic French patisserie, charcuterie, fromagerie, and winery under one roof. We’re stocking the aisles with the best French foods we could find, including La Mère Poulard cookies, Comte aged 30 months, Petit Montebourg fresh cheese, Fallot Dijon, Le Palais des Thes, dozens of new wines such as Henriot Brut Souverain, and so much more. We’re also introducing 20 scratch-made breads in our Bakery, from hearty pain meunier to buttery kougin amann.

Plus there will be classes in our cooking school taught by French masters like Anne Willan of La Varenne and Patrice Olivon of PBS and Iron Chef fame. Or join us for tastings hosted by French winemakers, some part of multigenerational winemaking families. Ever played pétanque? Well, we can teach you how prior to the tournaments being held at many of our stores. And, naturally, we are making fresh crêpes salees and crêpes sucrees, everyone's favorite French street food.

If French cuisine is your scene, then don’t miss Passport France.
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Jennifer Chininis wrote on 5/1/2012 10:09:05 PM

Hi, Paula! The bike ride is being led by the City of Fort Worth. You can get more information here: http://fortworthtexas.gov/TourdeFortWorth/.

Paula madigan wrote on 4/30/2012 10:58:30 AM

Where do you need to register for the ride on May 9th. count me in

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