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Soupe de carottes à la Karen (Karen's Carrot Soup) If you have someone in your life who hates vegetables, here’s a solution. Don’t think this recipe...

Markets in Provence are filled with the freshest fruit imaginable. At the market in Nice, the vendeuse told us her melons were from Cavaillon,...

Hash Browns à la française This recipe is adapted from a cookbook I bought recently in Brittany, La pomme de terre: de la purée aux...

I am always counting the days until I return to France, especially Dijon and Burgundy. And now on to à la dijonnaise … what will that include? Mustard, of...

Thrifty Bretons began salting their butter for two simple reasons: salt was plentiful and cheap and by salting the butter it would last longer...

La Reynière calls it "virginal, naive and timid." Sokolov says it's a "white goddess" and "a milkmaid...pure and playful." Jean-Louis Flandrin, who wrote a...

Until I started traveling to France I had a fear of cooking fish. I learned to conquer my fear studying various French...

Every October, chocolate lovers have made a pilgrimage to Paris to attend the Salon du Chocolat. The Salon celebrates chocolate in ways you may...

Let's celebrate!  I love nothing better than sharing food around a table with friends and family. This recipe was inspired by a small pastry...

The wonderful Bergamot Orange, which looks like a small lemon, appears in French marketplaces in the depth of winter. Less sour than a lemon,...