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French bread is a staple for any French food on your dinner menu, at home or at a French food eatery.
Artichoke salad is a delicious vegetable to serve and will impress your family and friends. With few ingredients it is so easy to make this recipe.
A French potato salad is so simple to make at home and is one that most people usually love and want more of!
Want to know how to cook chestnuts, get three easy methods to enjoy these traditional fruits with step by step instructions that make it easy and so tasty.
A colurful and tasty vegetable bake you'll love! Fresh tomatoes and courgettes flavored with herbes de Provence give you a simple but nourishing dish!
A spinach quiche recipe to make a delicious home made quiche that everyone will love. Step by step instructions from start to finish.
A lovely summer vegetable tian to make your mouthwater. This is a Provencal recipe that is very easy to make and is a refreshing dish for summer meals.
Oil is used to cook many foods. Some say don't cook with olive oil. On TV you see all the celebrity chefs cooking with it. So, how do you decide?
An easy Venison recipe marinated ahead and roasted to perfection for delicious eating with family and friends.
A savory basic tomato sauce recipe to add to your favourite meat, vegetables or pasta dishes that will transform them into colorful and extremely tasty meals.
Genuine ragù alla bolognese is a slowly cooked sauce and its preparation involves several techniques including sweating, sautéing, braising and smells amazing.
14 traditional French salads made simply scrumptious that are easy and quick to make, with dressing recipes homemade with love.
French wines and French food – a marriage made in heaven! They go together so well, it is a way of life in France that is second to none.
Learn how to cook many foods in a French classic way.Master techniques that are often and not so much used in the kitchen.With these methods brings success.
Caramelised onions may be one of nature’s most ubiquitous vegetables but add a little heat and it transforms them into a supple and sweet addition to any dish.