A snoozy bistro classic gets a delightful new punch
Ooh la la, c'est très chic!
Plus a pantry soy sauce marinade for any night
French Country Cooking is more than its recipes
When you're bundling up in extra layers, so can your dinner
Do as the French!
The legend taught us more than just how to take care of chicken
Almost as good as Paris in the fall
The summery French salad best eaten with your hands
Thank you, Quebec, for your great camp tradition!
Fifteen dollars and perfect for celebrating Bastille Day
Recipes whose attraction lies in their simplicity
Rethinking pantry staples and transforming our kitchens, Parisian-style
Sauce Niçoise is your 5-minute dinner-maker
The five sauces every home cook should know how to make and customize.
Freezable, batchable, and delicious with little more than a slice of crusty bread, this gratin is a weeknight dream.
The 1960s French classic duck à l'orange goes weeknight-friendly—and meatball-shaped.
You don't need fancy equipment or a freak out to make crêpes.
It's time for Americans to catch up to the French and embrace chestnut cream.
We can dream.
It takes two to tango—and also to make these Meyer lemon macarons.
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