Articles Tagged “French”
Everything you need to know about bean-to-mug coffee drinking.
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Food52's Managing Editor Brette Warshaw tells us how to make any French toast with what you have in your pantry.Read More »
Brew a pot of coffee, serve up some French toast, and start your weekend off right.Read More »
Tom goes gluten-free on a favorite old shortbread, with no regrets.Read More »
We're feeling a bit French today, and we thought you might be too. What'll be on our tables tonight? We're getting our vegetables in (and greens too, please) with Amy_N-B's perfectly Parisian, earthy French "Peasant" Beets. Eaten with a glass of Sancerre on the side, we could easily stop there, but tonight, we're skipping happily along to dessert. Because our night wouldn't be truly French without a little sliver of something sweet, now would it?
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Sometimes, when I’m at a loss as to what to eat, or how to dress up a salad, I do something moderately French. I whisk a classic mustard vinaigrette, or roast some beets, served alongside a baguette and a wedge of creamy-tart goat cheese. This trick never fails me.
Post-Bastille Day, we all stand to be reminded of how we can benefit from taking a page out of their cookbooks. A new article from Shine lets us in on a few French secrets for simple, unfussy dinners, (we’re staying far away from aspics and anything en croute for this one). Turns out, it’s not such a bad cooking style to emulate: they don’t waste anything, they deglaze like champs, they use butter, and often wine. Now stock up on some French pantry basics, go to the market, and see what’s good. (Scarves are optional, of course.) Your dinner will be better for it.
French Cooking Tricks That Will Simplify Dinner From Yahoo Shine
Tips and tricks for brewing coffee that guarantee a good cup, every time.Read More »
Adrianna Adarme shows us that with just two simple ingredients, we can whip up our own small batches of crème fraîche at home.Read More »