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RECIPE: Slow-Cooked Bavette aux Caramelized Échalotes
Bavette aux échalotes is a commonplace bistro dish, and I remember exactly when Mr. English fell in love with it. It was at a tiny, vivacious place called the Coquelicot in Antibes. He was sorting through the menu and asking … Continue reading
RECIPE: Lamb Shank Mechoui with Mina Green Harissa Fennel and Herb Slaw and Whole Wheat Citrus Couscous
Most little girls grow up dreaming of the big white wedding. I grew up dreaming of my henna. The night before any good French-Moroccan girl’s holy matrimony, the whole wedding party gets together for what I have always described as … Continue reading
RECIPE: Turkey 'au Vin'
Growing up in a French-American family, Thanksgiving was always a happy confusion. Apple cider sorbet with our pumpkin pie. Gratin Dauphinois instead of mashed potatoes. Haricots verts instead of regular, sturdy green beans. And we always, whether it’s considered French … Continue reading