Review: French bistro from the ‘00s comes back to life as delivery service

Critic Brad A. Johnson reveals how to get a 4-course French meal delivered to your home from a popular bistro that no longer exists.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • December 23, 2020
When I pull the cassoulet from the oven, my kitchen fills with the warm, heady aroma of white beans and duck fat. I know this is going to be good — better than good — even before I poke a spoon into the crisp, crackling skin of the duck confit...
The full article can be read on the Orange County Register website.

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