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 […]
Quiches are a staple of French everyday cuisine. While quiche lorraine is the most well-known quiche, there are many other quiches that are just as delicious, like this broccoli tomato quiche. A wonderful way to enjoy broccoli, and a great meal for the entire family!
I love chicken à la provençale (in the manner of Provence) with tomatoes, garlic and olives. It is a healthy and light way to cook chicken. It also makes for a very moist chicken, which is great because chicken has a tendency to get dry. I have a wonderful family recipe that is very easy […]
I was looking for a new chicken recipe, and I came across Basquaise Chicken, which is cooked in the manner of the French region of Pays Basque (Southwest of France). I had a vague memory of eating it in my childhood, and I remembered it being quite tasty. So I tried an easy recipe for […]