Tag: French Cooking

EGGS

So… You want dessert. You have┬áthree eggs. Two people. Two very different ideas about dessert, let alone ‘picky person’ ingredient desires. What do you make? Eggs! Well, sort of. Julia Childs set a precedence for Americans to embrace French cooking. Everyone who adores French food knows there is lots of […]

BEEF WELLINGTON

YES, this is a time consuming dish but I promise you, NOTHING tops Beef Wellington done this way! A real show stopper!! When my family gathers, it is not only special because they are the people I love most in this world, but because they are all Food Aficionados! Professional […]

FONDANT POTATOES

Is it possible for a potato to wow you with the most amazing flavor and texture? YES! Fondant potatoes, first created in France and known at pommes de terres fondantes, are crisp and crunchy on the outside, soft and creamy on the inside, and bathed in brown butter, thyme and […]

ROASTED RABBIT

I am not sure why Rabbit meat is eaten more widely in Europe than in America, but it is an absolutely beautiful, lean, tender and flavorful meat! If it were not so expensive, I would highly recommend it over chicken. I have prepared it several different ways, and each becomes […]

POTATOES DAUPHINOIS

DAUPHINOIS POTATOES are a classic French style of serving potatoes, but what I think you will love most, is that they are easy to assemble ahead of time, and can be baked along with other things in the oven rather than having to tend to the mashing and serving of […]