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Tag Archives: France
RECIPE: Mushrooms "Escargot Style"
I really love Thanksgiving, and all the traditional cinnamon and spice and everything nice that goes with it. But I love even more when those flavors are accented with the influence of “wherever you come from”. Because most of us … Continue reading
RECIPE: Whole Wheat Olive Oil Madeleines with Orange and Lemon
I am a devoted fan of the Betsy-Tacy books. I came to them late in life (they are considered, I would argue incorrectly, to be children’s books and so I deem discovery at twenty-eight to be late in the game), … Continue reading
RECIPE: Brûléed Peaches
A bonus recipe! I loved my peach and vanilla tarte tatin so much, I had to use my leftover peaches and vanilla sugar for something. I love this for breakfast with Greek yogurt or for dessert with ice cream (Vanilla! … Continue reading
RECIPE: White Peach and Vanilla Bean Tarte Tatin
Mr. English and I spent sixteen perfect days in France this summer. It was my first vacation in a year, and I counted each perfect, sun-soaked, olive oil-drenched day one by one until finally the last, devastatingly, arrived. The first … Continue reading
RECIPE: Deviled Eggs à La Campagne
In the elevator, rocketing up from the sizzling sidewalks, I hope my apartment, so high in the sky, will offer some relief. It turns out I’m just twenty-odd stories closer to the sun. It is still hotter than hot. I … Continue reading
RECIPE: Sloshed Red Berries in Rosé Wine with Thyme
Sometimes I think I was born in the wrong era because one of my favorite things to do is “entertain at home”. Does that sound so Mitford? I’ll be honest: I don’t do it as often as I would like. … Continue reading
RECIPE: Drunken Goat Spaghetti
My dad is pretty special. I know all daughters say that, but it’s really true. He has taught me a lot over the years, not least of which was how to enjoy food. A true gourmand, he simply cannot boil … Continue reading