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 […]
Tomorrow, February 2nd, is the French holiday of “Chandeleur,” when the French traditionally eat crepes to celebrate. In France, the savory crepes are made of dark buckwheat flour, whereas the sweet crepes are made of white all-purpose flour. Most Americans are familiar with the white crepes, but less so with the buckwheat crepes, so I […]
Cheese Soufflé is a French dish made primarily with egg yolks, whipped egg whites, and cheese. Its characteristic is that it “lifts” or “puffs,” while being baked in the oven. The verb “souffler“means “to puff” in French. It is quite fun to watch it puff, and makes for a light, delicious, and fun appetizer, or […]
Quiche Lorraine, named after the French region of Lorraine where it originated, is probably the most popular of all quiches. You will find it in almost all cafés in Paris, and most French families will eat it frequently. Quiche Lorraine is easy to make and loved by everybody, including kids. It is a simple, easy […]
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! Enjoy!
I can’t believe how easy it is to make this French onion soup, AND how good it tastes! Quick, healthy, and delicious! The perfect meal for these cold Fall and Winter days. So excited to share this soup recipe! It comes with melted cheese on toasted bread, to make it extra delicious. A French classic […]