Even if you don't know what panisse is, I promise you will enjoy it. All you have to do is try it. It's basically chickpea flour fried in olive oil,...
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There's nothing like salty, savory tapenade spread across a crispy baguette to make you feel as if you've been transported to the Mediterranean. Typic...
Sweet onions, salty broth, soaked bread and bubbly cheese: It's the dream team of soups.
This is why people love French food. (Well, this and because of all the butter.)
Make Julia proud.
Who says you can't improve on a classic? Take cassoulet, for example, the hearty French stew that defies precise categorization. Peter...
Burgers are all the rage in France, but there's so much more to French food.
We're setting the spotlight on this French classic.
And turn your kitchen into a French patisserie.
How white wine sauce can revamp your whole dinner routine.
It'll be hard to choose just one.
It's the centuries of fine cuisine that makes their culinary culture so rich; that, and all the butter.
Every July 14, Bastille Day is celebrated in France and around the world. Known as La Fête Nationale, the holiday commemorates the storming of the Fr...
When you think of "French cooking," certain words come to mind, like rich, fancy and difficult. But French food can actually be the opposite of all th...
Something's in the air. Perhaps a whiff of French cooking. This month's Food & Wine magazine is devoted to new French Classics and the New York Times' food section featured the cookbook from members of the French National Assembly.
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