This layered ratatouille brings a traditional preparation method together with a unique serving presentation.
Currently browsing tag
Spinach in the batter gives these crepes a lovely shade of green as well as a nutrient boost.
Poached eggs, nestled in a hearty Burgundy wine sauce, over a crisp slice of garlic toast, Oeufs en Meurette is a classic dish of the Bourgogne region of France.
The Croque Monsieur is a classic French Ham and Cheese Sandwich. But, like everything French, they’ve taken it to the next level.
What is more romantic than staring lovingly into your sweetheart’s eyes over a pot of gooey, melted cheese and wine?
These individual pies evoke all the slow-cooked flavor of a traditional Beef Bourguignon, with an added biscuit topping!
Flaky pastry encases a flavorful salmon filet, topped with rosemary and lemon seasoned asparagus in this Salmon en Croute.
An intriguing, light, twist on your classic cheese souffle using shredded carrots.
A delicious warming dish to use up the last of those summer veggies.
A simple, yet flavorful French bread. Great for munching with cheese or accompanying dinner.
This fun twist on classic ratatouille makes for a quick and easy weekday meal.
This traditional street food from Niece, in the South of France, uses chickpea flour and high heat for a robust flavor. It goes great with a glass of rose wine!
A light, eggy crepe, perfect for filling with sweet jams, nutty Nutella, fresh berries, or just a dusting of powdered sugar for a breakfast that will leave you dreaming of Paris.