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Every cook should have a signature dessert—something you can pull of with ease and aplomb. My signature dessert is crêpes, In fact, I like...

How to Use Herbes de Provence Add an unmistakably French angle to your cooking with this wonderfully fragrant herb blend. As its name suggests, herbes de...

Living in the south of France for over 11 years in the village of Bar-sur-Loup gave me the opportunity to make close friends with...

Anyone who has ever had Lebanese-style tabbouleh—or even an American one—has probably raised an eyebrow at what the French label tabbouleh in their delis...

The Tour de France, the most important cycling race in the world, takes place July 5th through July 27th. One of the most interesting...

A very simple, quick recipe.  Delicious for breakfast with a strong cup of coffee or tea and in the late afternoon accompanied by a...

In the spring of 1997, my husband and I were driving on a country road from Paris to the Loire Valley; we stopped at...

Snowdrifts give way to crocuses, and songbirds perched in budding cherry trees announce that spring is here, with swimsuit season hot on its heels....

Alsatian-born David Baruthio has cooked all over the world, from England, France, and Belgium to Beverly Hills; he now cooks and lives in the...
Lasagne

One of my favorite dining memories in France was on a trip I took with my mother years ago. We ducked into a little...

One the best moments in the film, Julie and Julia, was when Julia Child (Meryl Streep) gets off the boat in France and is...

Larousse's motto: “Je sème à tout vent” (I sow by every wind) If dandelions could speak Who hasn't, as a child, blown on a dandelion's silky...