A New York Home Made Delicacy Named Mirjam Lavabre
By Rachel Brunet, Editor of Le Petit Journal New York
The original version of this article was published in French in Le Petit Journal New York
Mirjam Lavabre’s home-made foie gras with sauternes is much more than just a holiday tradition, it has become a New York institution. She cooks the Hudson Valley duck livers halfway with sweet wine from Bordeaux and sprinkles them with both passion and generosity. A global citizen, Mirjam has pleased her customers palates for over a decade. Profile of a multilingual gastronome who has been living in the United States for nearly 30 years.
Bubbles and Bouquets, with a French Flair
A dinner delivered to your home by Alexandra Morris‘ catering company, accompanied by rosé wines and French champagnes imported by Mailys Vranken; a breakfast or a quiche, those found at Michèle Saint Laurent and Aksana Ivaniuk‘s Chez Les Frenchies next door to the Lycée Français of New York; a bouquet of flowers prepared by the floral artist Agnès de Villarson; or cooking the recipes offered by Mirjam Lavabre: not only is it possible, but ordering from these women entrepreneurs is also insuring the existence of their businesses and supporting the creative and collaborative Francophone women’s leadership in New York.
As for so many other small businesses, the year 2020 had started perfectly for the American subsidiary of Vranken-Pommery group and for Tastings, one of New York’s most famous caterers and owner of two restaurants in East Harlem.