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1. Ice Cream Sundae From France
Ice Cream Sundae From France
French ice cream sundaes might include any combination of flavors, sorbets, syrups, nuts and even alcohols. There really is no limit. However, there are some popular combinations that you are quite likely to find on the menu if you visit an ice cream parlor (glacier) in France.
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 09:34:23
2. Arugula Alternatives - Exploring Mesclun
Personally I like arugula. It has a wonderful mineral rich taste, like most good salad greens, and I enjoy it's peppery bite. But perhaps it's not your thing. If that's the case you shouldn't stop your exploration of salad greens with arugula. Pick up a bag of mesclun mix and begin experimenting ...
food-and-cooking - Thu, 16 Jun 2011 12:37:32
3. French Sea Salt - The New Super Condiment
Several months ago, I was somewhat skeptical about shelling out four euros for a small container of fleur de sel or French sea salt. After all, on my grocery store shelf, right next to the fancy gourmet stuff, was a much larger container of good old table salt selling for less than a euro. But cu...
food-and-cooking - Thu, 16 Jun 2011 09:09:53
4. Types of Vinegar Used in Cooking
Exploring different types of vinegars can be a good way to add a lot of flavor to your dishes without adding unwanted calories. When buying culinary vinegars, check your labels carefully. Some fancy looking vinegars may be nothing more than a highly industrialized product with artificial coloring...
food-and-cooking - Wed, 15 Jun 2011 14:03:42
5. Champagne Vinegar - Adding Mellow Flavor to Your Recipes
Champagne vinegar is also known as Reims vinegar (or vinaigre de Reims), named after the town of Reims, centrally located in the champagne producing region of France. Reims vinegar is made from the very same wine that makes champagne. It embodies many of the same characteristic flavors as champag...
food-and-cooking - Wed, 15 Jun 2011 12:18:37
6. Coffee in France
If you travel to the Hexagon you may be surprised to see that coffee in France is a little different then what you may be used to drinking. For one thing, it is usually fairly strong - not as strong as an Italian espresso but certainly stronger then the average cup of American Joe. When you are ...
food-and-cooking - Tue, 14 Jun 2011 10:08:00
7. Madeleines - French Snack Cakes With a History
Perhaps you've heard of France's incredibly popular scallop-shaped tea cake known as a madeleine and sometimes called a madeleine cookie. They are actually nothing too out of the ordinary - just a buttery, yellow cake and their uniqueness is mostly in their shape. But, as with a lot of foods in F...
food-and-cooking - Thu, 16 Jun 2011 13:40:47
8. Are You Crazy For Carpaccio
Carpaccio was served for the very first time at Harry's Bar in Venice in the the 1950's. To satisfy the needs of a comtess whose doctor had forbidden her to eat cooked meat, chef and owner Giuseppe Cipriani poured vinaigrette on paper thin slices of raw beef and named his creation after Vittore C...
food-and-cooking - Thu, 16 Jun 2011 13:00:02
9. Three Easy French Desserts You Can Make For Dinner Tonight
Many people think of French cooking as being fussy and time consuming, and while it is true that French haute cuisine takes food preparation to dizzying heights, most of the cooking going on in French kitchens on a daily basis is simple and to the point. After all, French people are just as busy ...
food-and-cooking - Thu, 16 Jun 2011 10:09:13
10. Two Basic French Sauces You Can Easily Master
Do you know the two French sauces that make up the basis for many other sauces? If you said mayonnaise and bechamel, you got it right. If you can learn to make these French sauces, you can branch out from there and you will soon be an accomplished saucier.
food-and-cooking - Thu, 16 Jun 2011 09:42:49
11. The French Love Lentils - Why Not You?
If you have ever eaten at a charming French bistro lost somewhere in the tangle of Paris streets, you would probably have found lentils somewhere on the menu. These fabulous little grains are known as poor man's caviar in France and are featured in a wide variety of regional specialities.
food-and-cooking - Wed, 15 Jun 2011 14:56:42
12. French Candy - A Tour of France in Bonbons
French candy is rich in history and tradition as well as being very tasty. You can take a whole tour of France just by tasting these unusual candies - each with its unique story. Enjoy your bonbons. Easy French Food, a wonderful source of not only French recipes and French food, but also French c...
food-and-cooking - Wed, 15 Jun 2011 14:34:51
13. French Stew Recipe - Beef Braised in Beer
This French stew recipe, known as carbonnade, comes from the north of France in a region that is called Flanders. Flanders blends somewhat seamlessly with Belgium to the north, and although there is a political boundary, the cultural and gastronomic boundary is not so evident.
food-and-cooking - Wed, 15 Jun 2011 14:17:13
14. French Picnic Tart Recipe
This recipe is for an easy French appetizer that is is sure to please those in search of distinctive flavors; Salty olive tapenade, sweet leeks and creamy goat cheese all combine to one great taste when served on puff pastry. This tart is a good one to take along on a picnic as it tastes great wa...
food-and-cooking - Wed, 15 Jun 2011 12:35:25
15. Mashed Potato Casserole - French Style Comfort Food
In France, this mashed potato casserole gets the fancy name of Hachis Parmentier. It's a quick and easy dinner to prepare, yet still very typically French. And since it's French, it comes with a wonderful story that you can entertain your family with at the dinner table.
food-and-cooking - Wed, 15 Jun 2011 12:03:37
16. French Onion Soup Recipe - Not Just For Newlyweds
By tradition, this French onion soup recipe is served to newlyweds on their wedding night in France. Try to imagine that you've just been married and are settling down for your first night of matrimonial bliss with your beloved and into the room bursts a whole lot of singing and laughing people b...
food-and-cooking - Tue, 14 Jun 2011 14:31:48
17. Chicken Cordon Bleu - The Easy, Healthy Way
Despite its nice French name, no one is entirely sure that chicken cordon bleu originated in France. It is however a very popular dish in France and one you can make yourself with little fuss, following the easy method given here. And since it has a French name, of course it has a French story to...
food-and-cooking - Tue, 14 Jun 2011 14:00:24
18. How to Cook Chestnuts
Wondering how to cook chestnuts? It's not so mysterious or difficult as you may think and even if you don't decide to cook them yourself, there are several wonderful chestnut products that make it even easier to enjoy this fabulous nugget of nutrition.
food-and-cooking - Tue, 14 Jun 2011 10:53:40
19. Fish Chowder Recipe - An Easy French Soup
This is a great fish chowder recipe with a definite French influence. The broth is rich with cream, white wine, and just the right blend of herbs and spices. As for the fish, you can make it with cod or another fish, and the scallops are entirely optional.
food-and-cooking - Tue, 14 Jun 2011 09:00:13
20. Zucchini Quiche Recipe With Goat Cheese and Creme Fraiche
Try this easy zucchini quiche recipe when you are pressed for time on busy weeknights. Quiches are a very simple solution when you do not know what else to make for dinner. Serve them with a baked potato and a green salad, and your dinner is complete. The key to making quiche recipes easy is to ...
food-and-cooking - Tue, 14 Jun 2011 08:40:51
21. Crepes Recipe - French Seafood
This seafood crepes recipe is a great make ahead dinner that will allow you to enjoy your guests, rather than be fussing in the kitchen. It takes a little time to assemble, but none of the steps are difficult and good results are easy to attain. Try serving this recipe either as a main dish, or i...
food-and-cooking - Tue, 14 Jun 2011 07:51:27
22. Making Crepes - Easier Than You Might Think
Making crepes need not be an intimidating undertaking. With a few simple considerations you can soon be flipping dozens of these thin pancakes in less than half and hour. Because you can fill them with just about anything, crepes make great eating for breakfast, snacks, lunch or dinner.
food-and-cooking - Mon, 13 Jun 2011 12:16:56
23. Buche De Noel - From the Woodpile to Your Plate
Ready to add a yummy French buche de Noel to your holiday celebration this year? This cake is so easy you could make it with the kids, and teach them along the way about the original yule log tradition.
food-and-cooking - Fri, 24 Jun 2011 06:03:52
24. Two Baked Fish Recipes - Elegant and Easy
These two baked fish recipes from France are perfect solutions for anyone who wants to cook fish without smelling up the house. They go together in a couple of minutes, and cook quickly, leaving you just enough time to prepare rice or potatoes as an accompaniment. Your fish dinner is ready to eat...
food-and-cooking - Fri, 24 Jun 2011 06:02:44

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