Fish Sauce Beurre Blanc

Fish Sauce Beurre Blanc is very easy to make, and it is deli­cious! The “sauce beurre blanc” is a del­i­cate com­bi­na­tion of fla­vors. But­ter and cream per­fect­ly bal­ance off the shal­lot, lemon, and white wine. The sauce goes extreme­ly well with white fish such as tilapia and cod. And it only takes 5 min­utes to make! […]

Peach Melba (Ice Cream Dessert)

Peach Mel­ba is the per­fect dessert for hot sum­mer days! Sweet poached peach­es and rasp­ber­ry coulis per­fect­ly com­ple­ment vanil­la ice cream. Whipped cream and warm crunchy almonds add the fin­ish­ing touch­es to this deli­cious­ly sweet dessert. This French clas­sic is a won­der­ful way to turn vanil­la ice cream into some­thing tru­ly spe­cial!   Peach Melba […]

Strawberry-Lemon Charlotte (No-Bake Cake)

Char­lotte is a clas­sic French dessert, that usu­al­ly con­tains a cold mousse and fruits, sur­round­ed by lady fin­gers. I love the com­bi­na­tion of straw­ber­ries and lemon, so my char­lotte is a straw­ber­ry-lemon char­lotte. A French char­lotte is light and fresh, and is easy to make: you don’t even have to bake it! In France, it […]

Poires Belle Hélène (Poached Pears)

Poires Belle Hélène is a French dessert con­sist­ing of pears poached in sug­ar syrup, served with melt­ed choco­late. It was cre­at­ed by French chef Auguste Escoffi­er in the 19th cen­tu­ry, and named after the operetta La Belle Hélène by Offen­bach. Poires Belle Hélène is a sim­ple, yet refined dessert. Often served with vanil­la ice cream, […]

Clementine Salmon en Papillote

This clemen­tine salmon en papil­lote is an absolute­ly deli­cious way to enjoy salmon! As you might recall, en papil­lote is a French cook­ing tech­nique in which food is wrapped in parch­ment paper, and then baked in the oven. This clemen­tine salmon papil­lote com­bines the fla­vors of bacon and clemen­tine with the taste of salmon. It […]

French Apple Tart

Apple tart is one of these well-known tra­di­tion­al French desserts. There are so many ways to make a deli­cious French apple tart. There is the famous Tarte Tatin (an upside-down tart), and the well-known apple tart from the region of Nor­mandy (a reg­u­lar apple tart with a creamy fill­ing), and every­thing in-between. Today, I am […]