Thursday, September 29, 2011

Moving On

moving on fig. a: she's moving on

Well, now that the cat's out of the bag, I guess we can go ahead and tell you definitively: Yes, the stories are true. As of right now, Michelle is no longer at Laloux. She's moving on.

And her next stop? Well, it's not 207th Street Station in Upper Manhattan, it's the Société des Arts Technologiques' brand-spanking-new FoodLab right here in Downtown Montreal.  Are we excited about this turn of events, here at AEB? Again, the photograph above might be a little misleading, but, YES, very!

What can you expect from this bold new venture? Well, for the moment, that's a secret, but we'll be sure to keep you informed of any and all late-breaking FoodLab-related news, as it becomes available.

In the meantime, be sure to check out the Grumman '78-curated "Food Court @ FoodLab," tomorrow, September 30, in the Place de la Paix (adjacent to the S.A.T.), from noon till 7:00 pm. Michelle won't be participating, unfortunately (she'll be on her way to New York to attend StarChefs 2011!), but in addition to the Grumman '78 crew, you'll find representatives from a number of Montreal's most talented purveyors of food & wine, including Fou du Cochon, Nora Gray, and La QV, along with DJs Matt Cerf and Julian Prince.

Finally! The food court that Montreal has been waiting for!

aj

4 comments:

Robin + Judith (little quick) said...

Congratulations, Michelle!
—Robin

andrea said...

What does "pâtissière dans le vent" mean?

aj kinik said...

hi, Andrea,
something along the lines of "of the moment" or "with it"

andrea said...

Ah, okay. That's better than pastry chef in the wind, flour blowing everywhere...

Congratulations to Michelle on her new gig!