Author Archives: Kerry

Dear Martha

Dear Martha, Chers Révolutionnaires, I have entered French Revolution Food in Martha Stewart’s blog contest, and this post is intended as a warm bienvenue for Martha. At French Revolution, I create 2-3 recipes a week, all based around a central … Continue reading

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Clammed Up

Dear Révolutionnaires: I understand we are experiencing technical difficulties in some parts of the country. Please know that I am working on getting French Revolution back to normal. Until then, enjoy some clams! The time has come, my little friends, … Continue reading

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Categories: Boston, Restaurants, Voyages
 

Cold Child in the City

RECIPE: Tuna Carpaccio with Ratatouille Vinaigrette

Last night I bought myself a hot, sizzling romantic novel—or, as close to one as I’ll ever come. You wouldn’t know it from the 90 degree New York heat, but summer’s lease expires in just a few short weeks, and … Continue reading

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Categories: Appetizers & Hors D’Oeuvres, Eat, Fish, Individual, Main Courses, Recipes
 

Holy Crêpe

Summer is over! Back to the Revolution! I suppose I do write a lot about crêpes, but I do hope you’ll indulge my indulgence. You see, the most miraculous thing of all has happened, and it is my duty to … Continue reading

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All That Glitters

RECIPE: Macarons

Legend has it that there is a lost city of gold and treasure that stands proudly closeted behind a green-vine curtain in the misty jungles of South America. Legend has it wrong. As it happens the lost city of El … Continue reading

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Big, & Easy

RECIPE: Beignets with Lavender Sugar and Apricot Sauce

Dear Révolutionnaires, you have voted, and the winner of French Revolution’s July poll is… cajun/creole cuisine! Although I spent a good part of my life growing up in Florida, where you can buy Jambalaya rice for a matter of dimes … Continue reading

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Bag(uette) Lady

RECIPE: Paul’s Savoreux: Salami and Cornichon with Dijon Butter

scroll down for the following baguette sandwich recipes (inspired by Paul)… Le Sesame Camembert Le Savoreux Mozzarella and Tomato with Basil Pistou and Fried Capers on Olive Bread To me, it is absolutely not a coincidence that Gaul decided to … Continue reading

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