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Category Archives: Recipes
RECIPE: Pomegranate Molasses BBQ Ribs
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RECIPE: Pomegranate Molasses and Pine Nut Cookies
Get the whole story at Serious Eats. There is a little something you should know about me: I love to shop. And while my closet can attest to that fact, so can my pantry. When I travel I am always … Continue reading
RECIPE: Crispy Salmon with Lentils du Puy and Two-Mustard Crème Fraîche
I didn’t know this about myself before, but I’m cheap. At least, these days it’s quite a la mode to be a recessionista. I went to the store to do this week’s French in a Flash for Serious Eats, and … Continue reading
RECIPE: Crème Fraîche Cupcakes with Lavender
It had been a long drive, and we were famished. I leaned back in the wrought iron chair, and plucked another fry from the red carton. I closed my eyes to the sun, and when I opened them again, I … Continue reading
RECIPE: Blueberry Madeleines
My mother spent a year living, as a child, in a French convent—one where they wore little matching uniforms, slept in iron beds, and walked in straight lines two-by-two. She spent her childhood mornings as Madeline. It is no … Continue reading
RECIPE: French Onion Soup Dumplings
When I was a little girl, French onion soup was my favorite thing in the world. I searched high and low for it, at every restaurant. Now that I think about it, French onion soup reminds me very much of … Continue reading
RECIPE: Coquilles St. Jacques Pot Pies
There is nothing more French than Coquilles St. Jacques. And nothing more American than apple…ok, in this case, pot…pie. I am both, and to me, nothing represents the French Revolution philosophy more effectively than this dish. It began with my … Continue reading