A bright and fresh chicken dish with hints of rosemary and orange.
This dish makes is perfect for picnics, served hot or cold
A perfect dish for those hot lazy days of summer,with a fresh flavor of basil.
An authentic version of this dish would have either prosciutto or pancetta, but American bacon lends a wonderful rich flavor as well. A glass of a rough red wine makes this a super easy dish a late night delight.
This soup is thickened in the classic French way with eggs, cream and flour. Perfect for a first course meal served with a good White Burgundy or Chardonnay.
The ultimate fisherman’s stew, served with a crusty bread, and a salad. Round this festive meal with a rough red wine like Chianti, or a Zinfandel
A beautiful balance of eggs, cream, pure vanilla and a burnt sugar topping. The dishes for creme brulee should be round or oval, about 1-inch high and 3 – 4-inches wide.
Although considered a cookie, a madeleine is considered more a cake than a cookie, since it’s made from a batter, similar to a genoise. Madeleines are always made in a shell-shaped pan; and was once associated with medieval religious pilgrims.
A buttery slightly crumbly cookie that will melt in your mouth.
Besides pommes frites, (French fries) potato gratin may well be the one of the most famous dishes in France. It’s a basic dish made with cream, thinly sliced potatoes and with a hint of rosemary. The beauty of the dish is you can add mushrooms, pancetta, or whatever your heart desires.
A simple rustic gratin that can sit alongside a main course or with a salad. Perfect for brunch, lunch or dinner.
Transform ordinary broccoli into an elegant vegetable dish flavored with garlic, lemon, and herbs.