There’s a reason the French have such revered cuisine: they use excellent ingredients. One of those beloved, delicious ingredients is crème fraîch...
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If you've been scouring recipes to find a simple soup that adds just the right amount of elegance to your holiday menu, your search stops here. This c...
We love this cultured cream (and we don't mean it's been to the opera).
One of the things that excites me the most is to take a humble vegetable and turn it into something exquisite.
This mouthwatering crisp is made with two ingredients the U.S. South is well known for -- Bourbon and cornmeal
Cardamom, one of my favorite spices, pairing magnificently with the carrots in this cake.
Brussels sprouts are the only vegetable I ever really liked. People have always mocked me for this, but apparently now it's cool. The Brusselian Era is upon us at long last, and I, for one, welcome our cruciferous overlords.
Chef Annie Cuggino, of Veritable Quandary, demonstrates how to turn simple ingredients -- salmon, salt, sugar and cream -- into an incredibly tasty dish perfect for hot summer days.
My tricolored crêpes are stuffed with freshly picked blueberries and strawberries, and the white in the tricolor motif is your choice of whipped cream, confectioner's sugar, or crème fraîche.
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