On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, a cabaret may be a form of theatrical entertainment, but it’s also a lifestyle for Daniel Isengart. Born in Germany, and raised in Paris, he’s the living embodiment of culinary art meets the arts. While pursuing a stage career, he also found himself catering to New York’s socialite sect and feeding a class of downtown creatives just like Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein did during the Parisian avant-garde movement, as profiled in his memoir, The Art of Gay Cooking, which opens curtains to an artist, through the world of food.


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