Wheat Berry, Kale, Grape, and Orange Salad
A year-round wheat berry salad that is both vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Snap Peas, Asparagus and Zucchini Sauté
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This classic French dish is slowly cooked to perfection.
Bring the sweet aromas of a French boulangerie to your kitchen with this easy Epiphany classic made with frozen puff pastry and an almond marzipan filling.
This somewhat simpler take on the French classic will soon make it a dinner table tradition.
Fruity, white wine flavors the broth in this new take on a classic chicken dish.
This duck recipes is a much simplified version of the French standard canard à l’ orange.
Grill slices of this delicately flavored pound cake in butter and top with the season's best strawberries for a knock-out dessert.
Grilled cheese croutons are the perfect topper for this easy tomato soup.
A super easy, fresh-tasting carrot salad, starring lime, cumin and cayenne.
As you eat soft polenta right out of the pot, it will slowly solidify. That phenomenon is one of the delightful textural changes you may enjoy in this preparation. An ideal accompaniment is grilled or roast, or even braised, lamb on top, cooked so the juices spill all over the polenta. If you grill or roast the lamb, use about 2 pounds lamb shoulder, rub it with a tablespoon of ground fennel seeds, salt, and pepper, and grill slowly (indirectly) or roast slowly (about 300°F) for 3 hours.
Croque-monsieur is the French version of a grilled ham-and- cheese sandwich. This recipe is the traditional croquet monsieur recipe, the closest to the original sandwich served in Parisian cafés in the early 1900s. Today, it’s a popular snack all over France, and the variations are countless. Remember, the better your bread, the better the sandwich.
Take a trip to southern France with this salad of potatoes, tuna, asparagus, radishes and olives.
A little bit like a baked custard, a little bit like a cake—clafouti will remind you of everything you love about eggy French toast, bread pudding and crepes.
Take this French chicken and grape dish from start to finish in just three simple steps.
This Salade d'Hiver is simple to make and robust enough to enjoy on even the coldest winter nights.
Only three ingredients are needed to make these crispy and versatile homemade French fries.
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