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Featured Collection: Very French

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Twice a month, we'll feature a user's collection that we think embodies the Food52 spirit. Get a little inspiration, then start creating (and sharing) your own -- there are prizes to be had!

Today: We're shining the spotlight on Very French by cucina di mammina, and dreaming of ways to give our kitchen a little je ne sais quoi.

We've said it before and we'll say it again -- we're pretty thrilled about our new and improved Food52 Collections features. You've been making some beautiful collections, and we want to share the love. So twice a month, we'll pick a collection -- full of  productsarticles, and recipes -- that inspires us and showcase it for everyone to enjoy. Get collecting, and if you're featured you'll win an exclusive prize from our online shop Provisions. Share your collections on Twitter with #myFood52, and you could win even more!

This week, we're inspired by Very French by cucina di mammina. It's filled with butter, beets, and brioche -- and plenty of beautiful copper kitchen accessories, to boot. 

French Ceramic Butter Keeper  French Brioche Mold  Vintage Copper Saucepan French Pan Bagnat Tuna Sandwich  French Peasant Beet Recipe

More: Don't stop there -- here are 5 more ways to make your kitchen more Parisian. 

What are you coveting for your kitchen right now? Beautiful bowls? Pretty pots? We want to know!

Photo of butter dish by James Ransom, photos of brioche and copper pan by Mark Weinberg, other photos by Food52

 

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4 months ago cucina di mammina

grazie e merci for showcasing my French collection :) I adore French cuisine but it is the people, the art and the country itself that inspires me most

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4 months ago ChefJune

June is a trusted source on General Cooking.

In case you've not noticed, there is WAAAAY more to "French" than Parisian. And it isn't all buttery. ;)

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4 months ago Catherine Lamb

Catherine is the Community Manager at Food52.

That's true! And the collection has much more than just what we've shown in it -- but we just happened to feature a few of the butterier aspects because, well, that caught our eye :) Which is your favorite type of French cuisine?

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3 months ago cucina di mammina

Agreed Catherine Lamb! French food is one of my favorites as they have always inspired me with their gorgeous fresh ingredients and genius combination of flavors.