Onion Tarte Tatin (Upside-down Tart)

This Onion Tarte Tatin is a fun way to make an onion tart, apply­ing the tra­di­tion­al apple tarte tatin tech­nique to onions. The idea is to cook the onions in a skil­let on low heat, with the sweet fla­vors of hon­ey and cin­na­mon, along with nut­meg, pep­per, and bal­sam­ic vine­gar to top it off. Then, […]

Tapenade Star Puff Pastry

I just post­ed a recipe for tape­nade, a provençal black olive spread. As a fol­low up, I want­ed to show you a great way to serve tape­nade, in a puff pas­try shaped as a star. The tape­nade star puff pas­try is very easy to pre­pare, and makes for a very beau­ti­ful appe­tiz­er. Recipe You will […]

Spinach Quiche (kid-friendly)

Spinach quiche is very easy to make, and is a won­der­ful way to get your fam­i­ly to eat spinach. My 6 year-old loves this quiche! A great, easy, fam­i­ly din­ner recipe! Recipe I like to put goat cheese in my spinach quiche as I find spinach goes par­tic­u­lar­ly well with goat cheese. If you do […]

Colorful Bell Pepper Tart

I love how pret­ty this bell pep­per tart looks. Love the col­ors, and pat­tern! It is actu­al­ly quite easy to make. A light, deli­cious, and pret­ty tart! Bell Pep­per Tart Recipe Recipe in French here. The French recipe uses ham and moz­zarel­la, but I chose to use turkey and pro­volone instead. You can use any […]

Galette des Rois (French King Cake)

In France, on the fes­ti­val of Epiphany on Jan­u­ary 6, it is cus­tom­ary to eat a King cake called Galette des Rois (roi means king, in French). The galette is a puff pas­try filled with frangi­pane. It con­tains a small hid­den object (usu­al­ly, a small fig­urine or a bean). Who­ev­er gets the slice with the […]

Salmon-Spinach Puff Pastry

This salmon-spinach puff pas­try is super easy to make and looks great! It’s a deli­cious way to eat salmon. And you can eas­i­ly cus­tomize it to include any veg­etable you like. You can even sub­sti­tute the salmon with anoth­er fish, or meat. This is just a great tech­nique to know! Enjoy!

Sun Tart à la Provençale

This is anoth­er way of mak­ing a “tarte soleil”, a.k.a. sun­burst tart, with puff pas­try (see the oth­er tarte soleil here). In this sun tart à la provençale, the rays of the sun are cov­er­ing the tart’s fill­ing. It looks beau­ti­ful, and it tastes even bet­ter! This tart uses fla­vors from the region of Provence, hence […]

Tarte Fleur (Flower Tart)

This tart looks so pret­ty! As soon as I saw it, want­ed to make it! And it tastes as good as it looks! Appro­pri­ate­ly named “tarte fleur,” which means flower tart in French, this savory tart con­sists of thin slices of veg­eta­bles and pro­sciut­to, arranged in the shape of a flower. What a beau­ti­ful way […]

Easy and Fun Tarte Soleil (Sunburst Tart)

The Tarte Soleil may look intim­i­dat­ing at first, but it is actu­al­ly very easy to make! Like the toma­to tart, this is one of these every­day tarts with end­less pos­si­bil­i­ties. It looks like a beau­ti­ful sun­burst, which is so fun! Per­fect for a par­ty as your guests can just pull out their own “ray of […]

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 […]