The Cook’s Atelier has been praised by local and international media outlets alike including being named one of the most “Exciting New Culinary Trips” by Travel + Leisure and an “Insider’s Pick” by Fodor’s Travel Guide. Marjorie and Kendall's curated products, recipes, wine selections, and entertaining philosophy has also been featured in Food & Wine, Williams-Sonoma Open Kitchen, Kinfolk, Anthology, L’Express, Le Bien Public, Côté Est Magazine, and more.


Très Américain, September 2017, August 2017

FOOD52, June 2017

Salt & Wind, June 2017

GOOP, June 2017

Remodelista "Current Obsessions", June 2017

Condé Nast Traveler, June 2017

Aerin Lauder blog 

Complete France Magazine 2016

The Shopkeepers, August 2016

Victoria Magazine, May/June 2016

Williams-Sonoma | Open Kitchen 2016 and January 2016 Catalogue

Departures 2015

The TIG 2015

Rue Magazine 2015 and Rue Daily 2015

TrendLand August 2015

Design*Sponge July 2015

Food Republic July 2015

Merchant & Makers

Traveler Luxe no 122 Taiwan 2015

Eat Boutique 2015

La Libération Paris May 2015

Remodelista February 2015

Le Bien Public | Vivre à Beaune December 2014

Bliss blog here

Côté Est Magazine September/October 2014

Le Bien Public August 2014

Le Bien Public May 2014

The Simple Things Volume 21

L'Express January 2014

Food & Wine January 2014

Côté Est Magazine September 2013

Pure Green Magazine Volume 6

Anthology Magazine Issue 11 Spring 2013

Living France Magazine July 2013

My French Country Home

Style Me Pretty Living

Handpicked Nation

Williams Sonoma

Kinfolk Magazine Issue 3

Fodor’s: Insider’s Guide to Burgundy

Ultimate Food Journeys (DK Eyewitness Travel)

eGuide Travel: Seven places in France every woman should go

Chefs Collaborative

The Canberra Times, Australia: Lessons at le Source

Rick Steves’ France 2011 - current

Travel & Leisure: Exciting New Culinary Trips

The Washington Post: Delicious wine, food to sample...

Food Arts: American abroad

Trip Advisor

Pia Jane Bijkerk

Design Sponge: here and here

France Guide: A taste of Burgundy

Haven in Paris: here, here and here