Another one for the Genuis Recipe files.
A look inside Fer à Cheval, Marseille’s most famous soapmaker.
It's like two of our favorite cakes in one.
That I still use all the time.
Indispensable advice from Dorie Greenspan.
The key is in the wine.
Put this garlicky pistachio mix on everything but the kitchen sink.
This recipe's from a train station in Paris.
In other words, it goes to Kentucky.
A vegan treat for anyone with taste buds.
We revisit Paul Bocuse’s iconic dish worthy of a president.
You’ll never make them the same way again.
A foolproof, laissez-faire method for the pie dough–averse.
Don't be intimidated by the 3 regional varieties.
It's savory, not sweet; dinner, not dessert.
Don't be intimidated, be informed.
Whichever recipe you have, this process will guide you.
What its president calls the "envy of the world."
Grab the parchment paper.
With the help of Master Baker Eric Kayser
A flaugnarde to fall for
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