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Coq au vin

An aromatic French stew made with chicken and a blend of herbs and spices

Tarte Tatin

Tarte Tatin is a classic French dessert. It was invented by accident by the Tatin sisters who dropped an apple tart and finished baking it upside down.

Cheese souffles

Master the art of these light-as-air cheese souffles!

Creme brulee

Just a few simple ingredients are needed to create this extraordinary French dessert classic.

Bacon and leek quiche

Although known as a classic French dish, the quiche originated in Germany. The word quiche means "cake" which came from the German word Kuchen

Tarte au citron - Lemon Tart

A perfect sweet touch

Cream of Asparagus soup

Also known as Creme d'Argenteuil in honor of the region (in north central France) where the best asparagus are grown

French toast with Caramel made with Guerande salt

For a tasty breakie, delicious french toast!

Pork with mushrooms and beurre meuniere

A meunière sauce is a simple preparation - brown butter, chopped parsley, and lemon - and the name refers to its unelaborate rustic nature

Duck Parmentier with Comte Cheese

A French classic, the classy version of Hachis Parmentier

Chocolate mousse

Chocolate mousse is the quintessential romantic French dessert.

Chocolate Eclair

Chocolate Eclair Recipes are SIMPLE to make when broken down into clear steps… and they're ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS! Definitely give this one a try!

Pumpkin and pancetta risotto

An October recipe!

Foie gras creme brulee with figs

A foie gras creme brulee is served with figs stuffed with a foie gras cream on toasted gingerbread.

Cherry clafoutis

Traditional French dessert.

Blueberries Tart

Summer dessert!

Pear and foie gras Jar

A Christmas recipe

Fowl stew with foie gras

Fowl stew with foie gras

Snails with Herb & Garlic Butter

Escargots à la Bourguignonne

Bouillabaisse

Traditional stew from Marseille

Pot au feu

French beef stew. According to chef Raymond Blanc, pot-au-feu is "the quintessence of French family cuisine, it is the most celebrated dish in France. It honours the tables of the rich and poor alike."