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The countdown to the launch of our new French foodie bible, Taste of France, has begun – and it’s set to be the best...

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

Burgundy has a liquid treasure you may not be aware of: cassis. The liqueur is made from the small berries that grow all over...

Please note:  based on a recipe from Roger Verge, the former owner/chef at Les Moulins des Mougins. Makes an excellent first course or an ...

Ah, the lucky French! If they want a bûche de Noël, all they have to do is go to their neighborhood pastry shop. For...

Avocado Mousse I normally don't associate avocados with French cooking, but when I was in France, I saw avocados used in salads, soups and as amuse-gueules. This...

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

Saumon au beurre blanc ~ Salmon with Beurre Blanc Sauce This is a quick variation of beurre blanc sauce, perfect for your first try or for a...

Fresh, local asparagus is finally making its way the markets in abundance. Take advantage, with these French ways to enjoy the spring-green veggie. 1. Asperges...

When it comes to French home cooking, you can find plenty of recipes for plats principals, such as Coq au Vin and Boeuf Bourguignon....

Throughout my travels in France, I’ve found no definitive translation for what Americans call a casserole—those homey potluck-style baked dishes filled with a mixture...

“A proper fondue is a wonderful thing. You’ve simply forgotten,” says cheese guru Steven Jenkins in his informative tome, The Cheese Bible. I must admit,...