A simple baguette with cheese, a hearty Beef Bourguignon stew, a sky-high chocolate soufflé— there’s something for every taste in French cooking. French recipes are diverse in the extreme, from haute cuisine like coq au vin or cassoulet to cuisine nouvelle (new cooking) dishes like Chateaubriand.
Coq au Vin
This somewhat simpler take on the French classic will soon make it a dinner table tradition.
Nicoise Potato Salad with Tuna
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.
Nouvelle Chicken Veronique
Take this French chicken and grape dish from start to finish in just three simple steps.
Pine Nut, Dried Fig and Prosciutto Salad
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.
A French classic from The Culinary Institute of America featuring an array of brightly diced vegetables and fresh herbs.
At the end of summer, when eggplant and zucchini are in season, make a big batch of this special ratatouille and celebrate the harvest with your neighbors.
A new take on a classic ratatouille recipe—this hearty version calls for fresh ricotta cheese to add heft and flavor.
Eggnog Creme Brulee
Creme brulee is a French term for what the English refer to as “burnt cream” and generally means a dessert that has been finished with a sugar glaze. Miniature kitchen torches, available at kitchen specialty shops, can be used to caramelize the sugar.