Blog Posts - French Cooking



Service Under a Bell: The Reason A Plate Is Served With A Cloche

BrightonYourHealth - Serving You Health Tips | one.bite.at.a.time. The elegant way of service under a bell or cloche is based on superstition, but the aroma under the cloche may keep this table habit living on. Service Under a Bell: The Reason...
by brightonyourhealth on Jan 21, 2016

The Polish Meals I Miss The Most Abroad

Cooking Polish Meals Abroad When I am Missing My Country & Feeling a bit Sentimental and very Homesick I love the Capital of Gastronomy and all the foods it offers. I am not going to complain as I do enjoy Continue reading The post The Polish Mea...
by Shopaholic's Daily Calendar on Jun 23, 2015

Filme inspirate din realitate: Julie & Julia

Frustrată de viața insipidă, incoloră, inodoră pe care o ducea, Julie Powell, secretară la un call center, simte nevoia să se apuce de ceva care să-i facă plăcere și s-o ajute să treacă prin dificila perioadă prin care trecea. Se apropi...
by Viata Pozitiva on Jan 17, 2015

8 Julia Child Quotes to Celebrate the New Year With Taste

BrightonYourHealth - Serving You Health Tips | one.bite.at.a.time. Who else loves Julia Child and her joie de vivre, her Bon Appetit, her love of food? Here are 8 Julia Child quotes to finish the year with taste and flavor! 8 Julia Child Quote...
by brightonyourhealth on Dec 30, 2014

French cooking at home: Supremes de Volaille aux Champignons

I’m a sucker for a lazy Sunday morning with some guilty-pleasure TV viewing. Yesterday morning, I found myself on… The post French cooking at home: Supremes de Volaille aux Champignons appeared first on Marie Away.
by Marie Away on Nov 18, 2014

Editor Crush: Judith Jones

We talk about author crushes, character crushes (I know there’s a whole percentage of the population who would marry Mr. Darcy), but we never really talk about editors. An editor crush isn’t something we hear about. Editors are the stage...
by Book Riot on Sep 20, 2014

Patates Au Vin

So I’ve been living in Pondicherry for 3 years now and this will be the first classic French dish that I have tried making -shame! I ate cock au vin a year ago –… Continue reading →...
by Veggie Zest on Mar 25, 2014

French Organic Cooking - Melvita 30th Anniversary Celebration

Yuhuuu!!! Last month I learned French Organic Cooking at Nathalie’s Gourmet Studion, Publika, Solaris Dutamas in conjunction with Melvita’s 30th Anniversary Celebration. It was a hands-on cooking class guided by Chef Natalie herself. We cooked ou...
by Sunshine Kelly on Sep 26, 2013

Bookstack

... is, according to Merriam-Webster, a premium word. A bookstack can reveal a great deal about the bookstacker. This one pretty much sums it up for me.
by Garvinweasel on Jul 21, 2013

Cooking Mama // Croque Monsieur

Some days are really, really busy…today is one of those days. I didn’t have time to cook a proper lunch and I was not feeling like eating another sandwich or, at least, not the same old one. What about a Croque Monsieur then?!  Easy to d...
by LiveLoveCreateInspire on Feb 7, 2013

Yummy Ethnic Slow Cooker Cooking And Recipes

Your Yummy Guide To Ethnic Slow Cooker Cooking And Recipes is the first of a planned monthly edition of cooking and recipes related special reports by FaceLube Blog. Hope you will enjoy it and come back next and every month … Continue reading &...

Julia Child Quotes to Ring In the New Year With A Joie De Vivre

Julia Child has a joie de vivre. Her mantra on cooking and enjoying food ring loudly on the end of each year. And yours?The post Julia Child Quotes to Ring In the New Year With A Joie De Vivre appeared first on BrightonYourHealth.
by brightonyourhealth on Dec 29, 2012

Julia Child Quotes To Help Sip and Savor Your Holiday Meal

Julia Child brought French cooking to America and taught us so much more. Quotes to enjoy the holidays via Julia Child!The post Julia Child Quotes To Help Sip and Savor Your Holiday Meal appeared first on BrightonYourHealth.
by brightonyourhealth on Dec 22, 2012

Julia’s 100th Birthday And A Stunning Admission

Today is the 100th anniversary of Julia Child's birth. How exciting! Well, maybe not so much for HER, but for those of us who love her. It’s particularly interesting when you consider that Mastering the Art of French Cooking wasn’t published...
by Food Network Musings on Aug 15, 2012

Julia Child’s Charlotte Chantilly Aux Framboises

cremoso/creamy Week 9 of the JC100 Celebration has truly been a party.  Not only did it coincide with America’s July 4th Independence holiday, but the recipe of the week was a dessert.  I get all giddy inside when I (1) get an extra opportunity t...
by Mele Cotte on Jul 8, 2012

L’omelette Roulée

ovuli/eggs Happy Mother’s Day! I debated on posting today. But, I thought this L’omelette_Roulée would be appropriate. The omelet led me to imagine myself in my mother’s kitchen, watching her whip up a delicious delight while we ch...
by Mele Cotte on May 13, 2012

Cooking Corner: Ratatouille

Much thanks to the lovely Pish Posh for inspiring this post!What do you think about when you read the word "ratatouille?" Does it conjure in your mind a Pixar animation mouse in Paris that prepares French dishes so delectable that it melts even...
by Two Beans or Not Two Beans on May 11, 2012

Recipe: Duck Leg Confit

Slow-cooked in rendered fat, this Duck Leg Confit recipe demands patience to be done right. One taste of the flavorful meat as it falls away from the bone, and you'll know the time you put in was worth it. Continue reading →...

Fluffy French Toast

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by Recipes Card Blog on Dec 11, 2011


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