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Knowing a little bit of French cuisine will go a long way at home. In no time, you’ll be creating delicious appetizers, mouthwatering pan seared scallops and sea bass, cooking tender steaks and lamb with killer sauces and don’t forget about ending the meal with desserts. Chocolate soufflés, perhaps? Every month we’ll post a few recipes with simple, easy to follow recipes that will elevate everyday ingredients into amazing meals — an interlude that might just become a ritual.

“At the end of the day it’s just food isn’t it?”

–Marco Pierre White

Each and every month we will give you some of our favorite recipes that you can make at home. Remember that dinner is the most important meal of the day that lasts for at least three hours with great food, good conversation and being with that inner circle, the ones you love; the family.

So, what are you waiting for? Put on your apron, and start to learn how to cook like the French and remember if you ever hear someone say, “Venez dîner à la maison.” Those warm words will strike you once you start to understand what it means to eat at home with your family or friends. 

  1. Five Classical French Sauces new
  2. Ratatouille new
  3. Tomato tart
  4. Chicken Provençal
  5. Bourbon pepper steak pan with asparagus
  6. Seafood Bouillabaisse
  7. Filet Mignon With Béarnaise Sauce
  8. Potée Lorraine
  9. Beef Bourguignon
  10. Foie Gras
  11. Creamy Au Gratin Potatoes
  12. Salade Lyonnaise
  13. Chocolate soufflés
  14. Chocolate croissants
  15. Beurre Blanc; French secrets
  16. Crème Fraîche (creme fraiche)
  17. Creamy Au Gratin Potatoes
  18. French Crêpe / Crepe
  19. Crème Brûlée / Creme Brulee
  20. Œufs brouillés à la française / French-sytle scrambled eggs

Annotation: When we go out to eat in Paris, we always enjoy the night and for some reason, Hemingway is in my head as I look at all these people dining, and when I look at Renée and Isabelle, I knew I dined a Moveable Feast, a Loveable Feast… Hey, Mr. Hemingway. A little help….

“Never to go on trips with anyone you do not love, and hunger is good discipline…”

–Ernest Hemingway

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