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Santa Baby (Part II)

RECIPE: Green Penne with Basil-Spinach Pistou, Roasted Cherry Tomatoes, and Fillet

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Santa Baby (Part III)

RECIPE: Red and Green Mash

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Santa Baby (Part IV)

RECIPE: White Chocolate Bark with Fresh Mint, Almonds, and Dried Berries

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Like Water for Chocolate: Framboise-Framboise Brownies

RECIPE: Framboise-Framboise Brownies

From what I understand, human beings are seventy percent water. Perhaps that is where the expression “eau de vie” comes from: water of life. But, as most girls would agree, if I could pull a great switcheroo, I would. I … Continue reading

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Merci-Giving

RECIPE: Pumpkin Brioche Bread Pudding

Scroll down for recipes that say Thanksgiving with a French accent: Provencal Turkey Roast with Riesling, Potato Gratin and Baguette Stuffing Tart, Thoroughly Modern Haricots Verts Amandine, and Pumpkin Brioche Bread Pudding. These recipes come from my SeriousEats.com article Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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The Existential Fondue

Sometimes, when I’m walking down the street in Chinatown, surrounded by fake Fendis and Vuittons and Pradas, I ask myself, “Will anyone know this is fake?” It seems that this thought process is not limited to fashionable Manhattan women hoping … Continue reading

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Say Cheese!

It has been said that Charles de Gaulle once uttered the seminal and lactose-inspired words: “How can you govern a country where there are 246 different types of cheese?” Ile de France makes three of them. The company held a … Continue reading

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