Is there anything more French than a freshly made baguette? Memories of picking one up for a few francs at the bakery on the corner, breaking off the top to
Actually, chew isn’t really the right word. These are melt in your mouth goodness. I bet you can’t eat just one. And they’re easy to make, but do take some
This may quickly become my next go-to appetizer, replacing the tapenade pinwheels (more on those later) which were also from Laura Calder‘s French Taste — one of my favourite cookbooks.
Slowly stirring rice, adding hot stock every so often, breathing in the scent of developing flavours, can make you forget about life’s worries and help de-stress you for a while.
Butter-marinated salmon with grilled fennel and potatoes While the potatoes were boiling, fennel grilling and salmon marinating the other night, there was time to chop and prep the next evening’s
Butter bath After the Christmas weekend and before New Year’s, lighter fare is both required and desired. Simple sautéed spinach with grated citrus, red potatoes and…sole meunière, the not-so-light portion