A centuries-long French tradition of celebrating good food, fine wine and the company of friends has made its way to the CSRA.

La Confrérie de la Chaine des Rotisseurs is a food and wine society that traces its origins to the establishment of a guild of goose roasters by King Louis IX in 1248. This guild spent hundreds of years developing its culinary arts until it was dissolved during the Fre...

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