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The Coffee


The Cube Cafe offers casual coffee and special fare in a relaxed atmosphere. The menu changes regularly to highlight the freshest local sources.




You have fun. We'll handle the cooking. Cube Cafe Catering can handle events from snacks for a friendly meet-up to an elegant corporate fundraising.


Location and Hours

Fullerton, CA;

Monday through Thursday 11am to 9pm; Friday and Saturday, 11am to midnight




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Secret Recipe



Tapenade (Olive Spread)


This is a really simple dish to prepare and it's always a big hit at parties. My father recommends:

"Make this the night before so that the flavors have time to blend. Just bring it up to room temperature before you serve it. In the winter, try serving it warm."





1 8oz. jar sundried tomatoes

2 large garlic cloves

2/3 c. kalamata olives

1 t. capers





Combine tomatoes and garlic in a food processor. Blend until as smooth as possible.

Add capers and olives. Pulse the motor a few times until they are incorporated, but still retain some texture.

Serve on thin toast rounds with goat cheese and fresh basil garnish (optional).




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Cooking with Anthony Bourdain


I had the pleasure of spending a crisp, Spring day in New York cooking and chatting with Anthony Bourdain as he prepared a gourmet, sit-down dinner for 28 pals.


When I first contacted CNN, I was told that Anthony Bourdain was the guy I wanted to talk to. Then Anthony emailed his response: "i'm way into it, but i don't want to talk about it, i wanna do it." After years of only having access to luxury restaurant and kitchens, I've been doing a lot of talking about cooking with chefs. To actually cook with friends was a dream come true.


Six-hour Salad

Smoked tomato salads on plates


 Anthony prepared a salad of arugula, smoked tomatoes, tomato jam, and grilled avocado (it's as good as it sounds!). I jokingly called it "6-hour Salad" because that's how long he worked on it. The fresh tomatoes were slowly smoked over woodchips in the grill, and when they were softened, Anthony separated out the seeds which he reduced into a smoky jam. The tomatoes were cut into strips to put on the salads. As the day meandered, the avocados finally went on the grill after dark. I was on flashlight duty while Anthony checked for the perfect grill marks.


I wrote up a streamlined adaptation of his recipe that requires much less time and serves 6 people instead of fivetimes that amount.


 The Main Course


In addition to the smoky grilled salad, Anthony served tarragon cornish hens with a cognac cream sauce loaded with chanterelles and grapes, and wild rice with grilled ramps (wild garlicky leeks). Dinner was served close to midnight, but it was a party so nobody cared.


 We left that night (technically, early the next morning) with full bellies, new cooking tips, and nearly 5 hours of footage. I'm considering renaming the show "Cooking Anthony Bourdain".


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