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We love interacting with our Twitter followers. As many of you know there are also dedicated weekly food themed chats in which we participate as @exceptionalfood . We have decided to create this comprehensive list for everyone's benefit. They are listed in order of occurrence starting with Sunday. Simply login to your Twitter account at the appropriate time (all times listed as Eastern Time) and follow the listed hashtag.

  • #weekendfoodie : every Sunday 11AM
  • #ChampagneChat : every Sunday 3PM
  • #SundaySupper : every Sunday 7PM
  • #FNIChat : every Monday 4PM
  • #Breakfast2Dessert: every Monday 6PM
  • #FoodieChats: every Monday 8PM
  • #GardenChat: every Monday 9PM
  • #PantryChat : every Tuesday 4PM
  • #FoodChat : on the 3rd Tuesday of every month 8PM
  • #HGEatsChat : every Wednesday noon
  • #SommChat : every Wednesday noon
  • #FoodTravelChat: every Wednesday 8PM
  • #GardenParty : every Wednesday 8PM
  • #VeganFoodChat : every Wednesday 8PM
  • #WineChat : every Wednesday 9PM
  • #FoodAllergyChat: every Wednesday at 9PM
  • #LunchWithChefEmily : every 3rd Thursday 2PM
  • #FDBloggers: every Thursday at 3PM
  • #SipWithKaren : every Thursday at 4PM
  • #SpiceChat : on the 1st Thursday of every month 4PM
  • #HerbChat : every Thursday 2PM
  • #BBQchats : every Thursday 8PM
  • #GrillingChats : every Thursday 8PM
  • #SwapNShareSunday : every Saturday 9PM through midnight Sunday

Chats hosted on a particular day, and not on a weekly schedule

  • NONE SCHEDULED
Rooster Tea Towel Grey with Red (Jean Vier)
Rooster Tea Towel: Grey with Red (Jean Vier) Be the first one to write a review

The spirit of the Basque people is most evident in the vibrant colors and patterns woven into their linen. For the past thirty years, Jean Vier has created fabrics based on these patterns from 100% natural cotton and flax. The resulting linen is elegant, long lasting, and the highest quality. Delightful to the touch and beautiful to behold, Jean Vier linen is a perfect addition to any kitchen or dinner table.

The universal designs, and timeless elegance, suit any home interior.

Drawing on a weaving tradition that dates back to the Middle Ages, Jean Vier produces both historical and contemporary versions of distinctive fabrics. They're unique in their legendary color resistance: Soak new linens overnight in cold water, and those vivid hues won't fade even after multiple washes.

This over-sized cotton tea towel is woven with a Jacquard weave, so the pattern is woven into the fabric instead of printed onto the fabric, so the pattern does not rub off, but instead lasts forever. This style features a large dark grey rooster on a light grey background with dark grey and red stripes across the top and bottom, and a row of smaller grey chicken silhouettes at the bottom.

One Tea Towel: 24" x 36"

Price: $25.00 Quantity

Tarragon Dijon Mustard (Edmond Fallot)
Tarragon Dijon Mustard (Edmond Fallot) Be the first one to write a review

The Fallot family has enjoyed a worldwide reputation for exceptional quality. They started creating mustards in 1840, in Beaune, France near Dijon. The mustard seeds are selected for their high quality and then are ground in a traditional stone mill. This traditional process preserves the pure flavor we all expect and demand.

This Tarragon Mustard is outstanding. The pure flavor of fresh tarragon, combined with the wonderful Dijon Mustard, creates a flavor combination that will amaze you. Perfect with chicken, great on pork, and exciting when used in your salad dressings.

7.4 ounce glass jar

Price: $7.95 Quantity

Pure Hazelnut Oil (J. Leblanc)
Pure Hazelnut Oil (J. Leblanc) Be the first one to write a review

J. Leblanc has changed little since 1878, the year it was founded. It is still run by a Leblanc, Jean-Charles, grandson of the founder. It is still located in the southern most village of Burgundy, Iguerande, and it still manufactures the highest quality, small-batch, handcrafted nut oils in France.... if not the world.

J. Leblanc starts with the careful selection of the absolute highest quality whole nuts available, grown on many of the same farms that J. Leblanc has been doing business with for generations. For each batch of oil about fifty-four pounds of nuts are ground into a paste using the huilerie's original granite mill. In order to guarantee an even roast, this paste is constantly stirred in a roaster for 10 minutes. The roasted paste is then transferred to a mechanical press where it is divided in half and separated with filter cloth. The oil is expressed at 22,000 pounds of mechanical pressure. After pressing, the oil rests from seven-to-fourteen days to allow the sediment to settle before bottling. This is a labor, and time, intensive process which produces only 300 liters a day. These nut oils are pure, unadulterated, unfiltered, and unrefined.

J. Leblanc nut oils are made to order.

One of the most important facts about Huilerie Leblanc's production is not the "how" but the "when". Since Huilerie Leblanc does not have large storage facilities, or refining capabilities, production takes place when orders come in - guaranteeing the freshest nut oils delivered to your door. It's not only a difference you can taste - in their clean, bright, and deep flavors, but also extends their longevity by up to a year.

In the United States, J. Leblanc is finding its way to renowned restaurants like The French Laundry, Mandalay Bay, Delfina, Campanelli, One Market, 231 Ellis, and Hawthorn Lane to name a few!

  • Nut oils can be used for salad dressings with quality vinegar such as champagne, Banyuls, sherry, or raspberry. The usual ratio is three parts oil to one part vinegar.

Please refrigerate J. Leblanc nut oils after opening.

8 fluid ounce glass bottle

Price: $29.95 Quantity

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