Mint Chocolate Macarons using Pierre Herme's recipe
Cassoulet. White beans with pork belly, French garlic sausage, duck confit and herbed bread crumbs.
Macha green tea sablé cookies
Why hello Valentine! Care for some warm and gooey Chocolate and Peanut Butter Fondant?
Montreal moist and delicious blueberry scones - low in fat and sugar - a great new year's resolution treat.
Crushed speculoos (a spiced cookie eaten on December 6th in Belgium and parts of France) + creamy ricotta cheese + pears = 1 yummy tart
Strawberry and Raspberry Pate de Fruit: Deck your holiday tables with this pretty dessert.
i couldn't resist buying a sachet of pink pralines from lyon, france and making the prettiest pink tart ever.
A classy, tasty, and inexpensive holiday gift idea -- My favorite formula of Herbes de Provence. It may become your and your friends' favorite too.
[recipe] Poulet au Riesling, a traditional Alsatian dish, and our first entry in this year's Dark Days Eat Local Challenge.
Daring Bakers October: tackling the macaron for the first time and loving it! [no recipe on post]
Gésiers d’oie: Confit of Goose Gizzards
Ten minute Tartiflette: the best way to use up leftover potatoes
Chestnut, Cinnamon and Prune Tart - Autumnal flavors.
These famous French marshmallows from Meert in Lille.
Brittany Butter Cake with Rhubarb Berry Compote
The French classic, dramatic in appearance but so easy that made once, no recipe is needed.
WHACK. WHACK. WHACK. what's that whacking sound coming from? from the making of some normandy beaten bread!
My attempt at roasting a chicken according to Julia Child's recipe was a grand adventure, it may not be authentic but it's tasty!
French yogurt. The retro-chic glass pots really do make it better.
Vanilla Chocolate cake from Patisserie Brocard, Saint-Genis-Pouilly, France
Beet and cauliflower puree tartlettes. l'Arpege, Paris, France.
First of the season asparagus with Jabugo ham. le Cinq, Paris France
Bacon Fougasse from Stéphane Reynaud's "Pork and Sons". Well worth a try!
The best croissant I've eaten (found at a bakery in Paris)
Paris's Rose Bakery is famous for its carrot cake. And it's even better made at home.
Mint sorbet. l'Ambroisie, Paris, France.
An Ispahan croissant from Pierre Hermé in Paris.
Porto Cruz Pink - Marketed in France for a female audience - I fell for it! Smooth, sweet and pretty. Perfect for a spring apéritif.
Goat cheese is good all on its own. I had keep myself from eating it all!
Le Saint-Christophe ~ a tantalizing, bold raw milk chèvre from the Aveyron in France.
Lemon Madeleines from David Lebovitz's new book "The Sweet Life in Paris"
Nutmegs, with grater included! Which country is so enlightened as to include basic tools in spice jars? France