A delectable French recipe that you can enjoy along with a cup of hot coffee or tea!
Aux côté des croissants, les pains au chocolat sont des viennoiseries incontournables de la gastronomie française.
Flour, water, butter, yeast, sugar, and salt—these are the deceptively simple components of the ubiquitous French pastry that’s known and loved worldwide for its flaky layers, subtle crunch, and tender interior.
When I was a little girl living in Tours, France, my parents had this huge apple tree and I always sighed a bit at apple-picking time. It was not among my favorite chores. But when my family sat down to dinner and the pièce de résistence was my mother’s flaky-pastry …
This voluptuous mousse with its darkly intense chocolate frothed with airy eggs to a texture as light as hummingbirds’ wings ranks high on the happiness side! Enjoy!
A Parisian favorite at cafés for lunch or supper after an evening on the town.
Ratatouille is a specialty if Provence in the south of France, made in the summer when gardens are bursting with produce and the vegetables are ripe, ripe, ripe!
Afternoon snack staple at my house! So easy to make, only contains 4 ingredients!
An easy, quick to prepare and healthy mixed salad, often prepared by French families.
A French classic, pain d’épices is sold in loaves, but sometimes sold in squares, cut from giant slabs. And because they’ve got a good dose of honey in them, honey merchants usually sell them. Kind of a cross between a cake and a bread clever French hosts (and hostesses…and probably everyone in between) will cut them in thin slices to serve under slabs of foie gras. But you don’t have to go to France to enjoy this amazing French Classic!