Lots more exciting press, to be updated…


The Sunday Times Magazine, December 2017






Vogue NL, Cover and feature story, 2017









Campaign print and film for L’Occitane en Provence, 2016/2017









In the New York Times, April 2017





In Madame Figaro, cover December 2016





In The Wall Street Journal, Sep 2016





Giorgio Armani ‘Frames of Life’ Campaign 2016






Madame Figaro Mars 2016











MILK magazine, December 2015







Le Monde Magazine – France, December 2015










Food & Wine magazine, US April 2015.

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The Telegraph UK – March 2015







Vogue France – Mars 2015



Condé Nast Traveler, US November 2014 – Cover and feature


Link to story.

VOGUE US September 2014


ELLE France July 2014

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Vanity Fair France


Heritage Post Magazine (Germany)


Glamour (March 2014)


D2 Magazine Norway (March 2014)

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Corriere della sera


Madame Figaro (1st April 2014)

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Glamour Espana/ Spain February 2014


The Huffington Post, US, February 2014

Glamour France Janvier/January 2014

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ELLE France/ November 22nd 2013


ELLE magazine Korea/ November 2013

Cover The Flavor 3-1

Milk Décoration Magazine/ September 2013 Print & online

Glow Magazine Greece/ October/November 2013

Bon Appétit (feature October issue 2013)

Bon Appétit feature Oct 2013

Winner of Saveur’s 2013 Best Food Blog Awards – Best Regional Cuisine












Mr. Porter

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Thakoon NYC

Thakoon NY

Glow Magazine/ Greece December 2012


53 thoughts on “Press

  1. Hello~ I found you through a lovely girl I follow on Pinterest and other pages, Nicole Gliddon. What a lovely story, beautiful family and wonderful content. I am so excited to be “following” you! Keep up the good work! Kathleen Shierk, Seattle, Washington, USA

  2. So thrilled to have found your blog through French Essence. I look forward to following your blog. A treat to vicariously travel to the French Countryside! Merci!

  3. Would love to receive your blog.
    Absolutely love all the pictures and recipes. Lovely!!!
    Can’t find a place to subscribe for just the e-mail blogs.

  4. Hey there! I’ve been reading your blog for some time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from Houston Texas! Just wanted to say keep up the excellent work!

  5. Hi Mimi,
    I live in New York and my sister in Bordeaux. We both love to cook and between the 2 of us we have had many wonderful culinary adventures. I just wanted to say I love you blog and will be trying the duck burgers this weekend 🙂

    1. J’adore vos émissions qui actuellement passent sur cuisine + …J’étais ravie de savoir qu’il existait un blog ! Et déçue de voir celui-ci en anglais 🙁 je ne parle pas l’anglais
      Pourquoi ce choix ? Peut-être qu’un autre en français est au programme ?? Afin de ravir les enchantés comme moi de vos émissions …

      1. Bonjour Muriel! Je suis si heureuse se savoir que vous aimez ‘La table de Mimi’! Merci beaucoup! En effet, j’ai commençer ce blog ‘Manger’ il ya presque 2 ans déja, pour pouvoir rester en contact avec ma famille et mes amis qui vivent surtout à l’étranger – c’était une jolie manière de faire découvrir la culture Française, ma nouvelle vie Médocaine! Petit à petit, mon blog a grandi, et voici l’origine de l’inspiration pour mon émission! Au fil des années, l’anglais est devenue ma langue d’écriture (à la maison, nous jonglons entre l’Anglais et le Français), et c’est pour cela que j’écris en Anglais. Je vais essayer d’incorporer les recettes en Français à la nouvelle année, c’est promis! Merci encore pour cet encouragement! Mimi x

  6. Hi Mimi!

    I am a new blogger and have been recently cooking French dishes. While preparing to make Poulet Vallee d’Auge a couple of weeks ago, I happened upon the article about you in my October issue of Bon Appetit – and with a recipe for the same dish! After comparing both recipes it sounded like yours would have a greater depth of flavor. So I integrated the two and mentioned it on my blog. The dish was amazing!

    Since then I have “followed” you for the beautiful content of your blog. Like you I am multi-cultural in heritage and philosophy.

    Please let me know if you will be in the Los Angeles/Southern California area and perhaps we can have lunch together!

    Take care!

  7. Mimi,
    I have been enjoying your blog for a few years now and I thank you so much for the magic you bring each day and the delicious food you bring to my table. I am wondering if you know the recipe for a dish I have eaten many times when I have visited France. It is simple haricots verts with a white vinaigrette that I have only ever had in France. Please let me know if you have any thoughts about this recipe. bis xx

  8. Bonjour Mimi,

    Pourriez vous me donner votre recette de soufflé à la crème de marrons ainsi que la glace au chocolat que servez en même temps! Merci.

  9. Bonjour Mimi,

    Pourriez vous me donner votre recette de soufflé à la crème de marrons ainsi que la glace au chocolat que servez en même temps! Merci.

  10. Hi Mimi,

    I just read the article in Conde Nast and to say the least I am envious. My wife and I spent a week in Bordeaux in 2008, and so many wonderful memories came rushing back, including a lovely lunch in the cafe in Bages after a private tasting at Lynch Bages.

    We are currently planning a summer trip. Could you please let me know when your cooking classes are up and running? I think that would be a nice way to end our trip before returning home.

    Best regards,

    John & Ronay Clancy

  11. Hi Mimi,
    Can I ask you a question about one of the recipes in your new book? I tried making the Salted Butter Creme Carmel but noticed that the recipe does not mention when to add the gelatin to the custard. Unfortunately my attempt to improvise was disastrous. The custard was like rubber. I would love your help.
    Thank you. Dianne

  12. Thank you so much for getting back to me, Mimi! I did add the gelatin after the eggs so I wonder if the problem was that I doubled the recipe? By the way I have made several other recipes from your book and tthey were all delicious. Warm wishes to you and your family.

  13. Wow! I can’t believe I’ve taken so long to find this magnificent blog. I’m in the Tarn in the south of France, where food has been a wonderful journey ever since we moved here almost six years ago. I’ll definitely be following you! Two questions: do you have any tips for pleasing picky five-year-old boys who love Camembert but hate potatoes, and can you tell me who I contact to formally request an interview please, Mimi? In the meantime, I’m going hunting for duck recipes!

    1. Hello! Thanks so much for dropping by. My mother’s family is from the Tarn et Garonne, Moissac to be exact! For your little boy, may I suggest gratin Dauphinois? I only say this because it’s my kid’s favorite potato dish! As for the interview, it’ll be me… my email is [email protected]. All best,Mimix

  14. Hello Mimi,
    Do you have a ‘newsletter’ which you send with more recipes (old or new or traditional) occasionally?
    If so, how can I receive it?
    Thank you for the available recipes that I read on your ‘.com’

  15. Bonjour Mimi,

    Merci pour ces belles photos du Medoc et de vos plats!
    Avez vous fait un livre de recette en Francais? et si oui, où peut-on le trouver?


  16. Hello Mimi,

    I discovered your wonderful blog, it is really full of nice photos and recipes. I’m living in France, have 3 kids and planning to create my own small business. It is about proposing recipes for the week and delivering all the fresh food needed to the clients home. It will be very small, only delivering locally (a small village in the west of Paris). Is it possible to use 2 of your vegetables photos, which are on your blog ? It would be very nice to hear from you. Thanks so much in advance. Jelka

  17. Bonjour Mimi, je suis journaliste et souhaite vous contacter mais je ne trouve pas votre contact. Pourriez vous me répondre par mail ? Merci d’avance

  18. Déjà fan du blog, ton livre “à la table de mimi” est mon livre de chevet, j’étais trop contente de te retrouver dans ma sweet box de my little paris! Elle est formidable!!!

  19. Bonjour Mimi, j’aimerais vous inviter à un déjeuner de presse au Château Léognan en vue d’un événement dans les restaurants bordelais. A quelle adresse puis-je vous envoyer l’invitation? merci beaucoup, je vous souhaite un bon week-end !

  20. Oh My God Mimi,…….i found out about you from T.v….there is this cooking channel that i love and suddenly an ad for your show poped! And the ad was just amazing…….i really am excited to watch your show……you….your style,just everything about you is perfect although i found out about you a couple minutes ago(yeah that is a bit creepy)……and i have just took a trip to your instagram….those pictures are just magnificent!!!!!!Wish you the best of luck!, and i hope i’ll find out more about you and your great cooking!

  21. Dear Mimi; This is Selda from
    Turkey. First of all, you have a gorgeous blog and the food looks yummy. We are planning a visit to Medoc after having seen all your beautiful photos. Would you please be so kind and advice places to stay and also let us know if we have the chance to eat in your place? Thank you so much. Cheers, Selda

    1. Hi, We won’t be open this summer (I will be on maternity leave) but I can recommend Le Lion D’or, Café Lavinal, The gambas/shrimp farm called Gamguette in Le Verdon, La chasse et le fusil in St Vivien… as for hotel/b&b,I love lES ORMES DE PEZ in St estèphe, La Hourqueyre in St Yzans, and château de Loudenne in St Yzans de Médoc. Happy holidays! Mimi

      1. Dear Mimi;

        Thank you very much for your reply and congratulations to you and your husband for your new baby. I hope to visit your recommendations and visit your place when you are back from maternity leave.

        Thank you and all the best,


  22. Hi Mimi

    I work on The Sunday Times and heard from Catherine Fitzgerald that you had done a cookery weekend at Glin Castle. We’d love to profile you in The Dish section of the ST Magazine and I wondered if you have any more collaborations planned with Glin Castle or indeed with other similar venues. You can reach me by email or call me on 07827255207.

    Audrey Ward
    Features Editor
    The Sunday Times

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