Tomates farcies, which means stuffed tomatoes, is a very common everyday meal in France. It is easy to make, and pleases the whole family, including kids. It is typical to serve it for dinner, with rice on the side. A quick, easy, and delicious family dinner! Recipe This is my personal recipe. Ingredients are […]
Bouillabaisse is a very popular provençal fish stew from the port city of Marseille. I really wanted to make one in the US, but being so far away from the Mediterranean, I could not find the Mediterranean fish traditionally used in Bouillabaisse, so I had to be creative. I came up with my own recipe, […]
Provençal Tian is a vegetable dish from Provence (South of France). The name Tian comes from the earthenware dish traditionally used to bake it. Provençal Tian uses vegetables traditionally found in Provence: eggplant, zucchini and tomatoes, along with olive oil, and Provence herbs. Flavors meld while vegetables bake in the oven on low heat over […]
Looking for a new way to eat broccoli, and make a full meal out of it? Broccoli gratin is a wonderful way to do just that. As an added bonus, it will get your kids to like broccoli. Since I made this broccoli gratin, my youngest is constantly asking for broccoli! A wonderful family meal! […]
This is a fun and delicious way to eat cauliflower! These cauliflower croquettes make for a great appetizer for your guests, and/or a great way to get your kids (and yourself!) to eat cauliflower! And it is easy to make!