Celebrate with the Bubbly French 75 Cocktail | foodiecrush
In December of last year, my husband and I took a quick weekend-er to celebrate our anniversary and get some much needed “us” time in one of our favorite cities, San Francisco. My dad grew up just outside San Francisco so I spent a lot of time there visiting my grandma every summer. It’s alsocontinue to the recipe... about Celebrate with the Bubbly French 75 Cocktail
Mille-feuilles de pommes de terre au saumon fumé et oignons caramélisés - recette facile - La cuisine de Nathalie
Réveillez vos papilles avec cette association originale, d’oignons rouges caramélisés sur un mille-feuille de pommes de terre particulièrement fondantes, agrémenté de saumon fumé, le tout parfumé au thym et à l’huile d’olive. Déposé sur un lit de salade,...
Julia Child's Potatoes au "Gratin Dauphinois" - Jai La Vie
Well call me Jamie Child. Or not. But I did successfully recreate a French recipe by the famous Julia Child. My mom gave me Mastering the Art of French Cooking shortly after we watched the movie Julie & Julia. I was nervous that these real-deal French recipes would be too complicated so I stuck with ... Read More about Julia Child’s Potatoes au “Gratin Dauphinois”
Chicken Breasts in Tarragon Cream
If you're an herb lover, this dish, which takes 10 minutes to prepare from start to finish, will become a standard in your repetoire.
French Onion Mozzarella Stuffed Meatballs - Cupcakes & Kale Chips
French Onion Cheese Stuffed Meatballs are stuffed with caramelized onions and mozzarella for a hearty meal inspired by the classic au gratin soup recipe.
Easy Baked Brie Recipe with Jam and Nuts | The Mediterranean Dish
French Baked Brie Recipe with Figs, Walnuts and Pistachios from The Mediterranean Dish. An easy 15-minute sweet, nutty, cheesy, gooey appetizer!
Chicken tartiflette recipe | delicious. magazine
This indulgent French chicken tartiflette recipe is a real winter warmer. Don’t save it for a post-ski meal, have it as a hearty supper. Prefer salmon? You should try our salmon and potato bake made with spinach, double cream and a good grating of gruyere.
French Toast Roll-Ups
Knives and forks are 100-percent optional when you serve this fun-to-eat French toast. Mix up the fillings based on your family's tastes—try bananas, peanut butter, chocolate-hazelnut spread or pie filling! (And don't forget the syrup!)