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King Georges: The Netflix Show All Chefs Should See
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King Georges: The Netflix Show All Chefs Should See
Watch the trailer for King Georges: the bittersweet story of French chef Georges Perrier as he tries to keep his 40-year-old restaurant alive.
Hong Kong dining is given a french touch
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Hong Kong dining is given a french touch
Odette, the new #1 of Asia's 50 Best restaurants list, takes eating French on trend again in Hong Kong. A selection of the best places with a French touch.
Remembering the ‘Mother of French Cooking’ Eugénie Brazier
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Remembering the ‘Mother of French Cooking’ Eugénie Brazier
'Mother of French Cooking', Eugénie Brazier was the first woman to hold three Michelin stars and the first chef to ever hold six. She also taught Pail Bocuse.
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9 Iconic Dishes from Mauro Colagreco of Mirazur
A look at the iconic dishes by chef Mauro Colagreco whose restaurant in Menton was recently awarded 3 stars in Michelin Guide France 2019.
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The Best Food Subscription Boxes for Curious Foodies
Cocktail mixology kits, adopt an olive tree subscriptions, artisanal chocolates - these food subscription boxes are the perfect treat for any foodie.
French Pastry Chefs Take Christmas Yule Logs To The Next Level
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French Pastry Chefs Take Christmas Yule Logs To The Next Level
Feast your eyes on this glorious collection of Christmas yule logs, aka bûches de Noël, crafted by top French pastry chefs like world renown Cédric Grolet.
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Here is an easy and quick way to prepare a soft and delicious clafoutis, the famous baked cherry French dessert.
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18 Dishes from Le Chef's Best Chef in The World
Enjoy a sample of dishes from the three-star chef Arnaud Donckele - just named the best chef in the world!
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Cotillons are a French dessert speciality with a sponge cake base, jelly and vanilla custard, to serve on spoons. Follow the recipe, try to prepare it!
How Many Roux Can You Do?
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How Many Roux Can You Do?
Did you know there are actually four different types of roux? Each with a different flavor and use in the kitchen.
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Alain Ducasse is Fighting to Retain His Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Alain Ducasse has been in charge of Jules Verne restaurant on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower for a decade and he’s not letting it go without a fight.
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Joël Robuchon: How One Chef Gained 32 Michelin Stars
He finished with an empire spanning 13 countries and 24 Michelin Stars, Joël Robuchon was the most Michelin-starred chef in the world.
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Joël Robuchon: The Legacy of the 'Chef of the Century'
We look back at the impressive career of Joël Robuchon, the world's most Michelin-starred chef.
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Chefs Everywhere Say Thanks to Joël Robuchon
The food world is reacting today to the sad news of the passing of legendary chef, Joël Robuchon. Chefs across the globe are reaching out to pay their respect.
What is Clafoutis? Learn How To Make This French Dessert
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What is Clafoutis? Learn How To Make This French Dessert
Learn how to make clafoutis, a rustic French dessert prepared with ripe fruit that is baked in a sweetened batter. You'll love these easy clafoutis recipes!
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Enjoy a delicious apricot clafouti, an elegant but easy French dessert featuring fresh fruit baked with a sweetened dough. Yum!
Bonjour Anchoiade! Learn How To Make This Tasty French Dip
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Bonjour Anchoiade! Learn How To Make This Tasty French Dip
Anchoiade is a magical French dip made from garlic, anchovies and extra virgin olive oil. It is splendid with raw veggies and bread. Get the recipe now!
Remoulade Sauce Recipe
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Remoulade Sauce Recipe
Learn how to make remoulade sauce, a classic French condiment perfect for fried foods, seafood, and lunch meats. Plus, try our sauce variations full of flavor!
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Learn how to make this classic French sauce perfect for dipping fried foods such as crab cakes, shrimp, cold meats and more.
Julia Child's Créme Brûlée Recipe Will Surprise You
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Julia Child's Créme Brûlée Recipe Will Surprise You
How did the late Julia Child make her famous créme brulée? Try her very own recipe that calls for just a handful of ingredients. You'll love the results!
Beignets: The Easy Recipe You've Been Looking For
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Beignets: The Easy Recipe You've Been Looking For
Bring a taste of New Orleans home with this easy recipe for beignets - a deep fried pastry dusted with sugar that is simply irresistible.
How Do I Make Candied Orange Slices?
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How Do I Make Candied Orange Slices?
Wondering how to make candied orange slices? We teach you the step-by-step process so you can enjoy this sublime delicacy at home. Discover the coveted recipe!
Classic French Onion Soup Recipe
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Classic French Onion Soup Recipe
Try this classic French onion soup recipe - it's easy to make, flavorful and the perfect comfort food for a chilly night. Don't forget the baguette!
How Do I Make Fondue Savoyarde?
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How Do I Make Fondue Savoyarde?
Do you know how to make fondue? Or what cheeses are best for this comforting French dish? Here is the ultimate recipe for the classic fondue Savoyarde.
Paul Bocuse's Legendary Coq Au Vin Recipe
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Paul Bocuse's Legendary Coq Au Vin Recipe
Follow the step-by-step recipe of the famous Chef Paul Bocuse to make a fantastic coq au vin at home. You'll love this delicious French comfort food!
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Chefs Everywhere Say Thanks to Paul Bocuse
Chefs around the world say farewell and thanks to the legendary French chef, Paul Bocuse. The influential master of French gastronomy.
Thomas Keller Shares The Ultimate Sandwich Recipe
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Thomas Keller Shares The Ultimate Sandwich Recipe
Watch Thomas Keller as he sets aboout making a Croque Madame, the queen of sandwiches.
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French Chef Asks Michelin to Take Back His Three Stars
Sébastian Bras, who runs the Le Suquet restaurant in France, says he wants to return his Michelin stars.
Try The Ultimate Recipe for Quiche Lorraine
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Try The Ultimate Recipe for Quiche Lorraine
You'll love this recipe for quiche Lorraine, with a flaky buttery crust and creamy cheese and ham filling that is hard to resist. Give it a try!
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Explore Alain Passard's Vegetable Farm
Explore the L'Arpège gardens outside Paris with chefs Alain Passard and Ludo Lefebvre.
7 Ways To Cook Foie Gras Like A Chef
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7 Ways To Cook Foie Gras Like A Chef
Wondering how to cook foie gras? Get help from seven world class chefs who share their secrets for preparing foie gras in a variety of exquisite ways.
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This is France's Best Food City
This city has been named the best place to eat in France according to a new guide that compares restaurant quality with population size.
Tarte Normande: Make This Decadent French Apple Tart Tonight
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Tarte Normande: Make This Decadent French Apple Tart Tonight
Apple pie is great but a French apple tart kicks things up a notch. Learn how to make a traditional apple tart from Normandy with this easy recipe.
How Do I Make Escargot?
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How Do I Make Escargot?
Wondering how to make escargot? The task will be that much easier with these tips and tricks from French tables. Plus, a video on how to eat snails like a boss.
Watch Ludo Lefebvre Cook Buttery Escargot
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Watch Ludo Lefebvre Cook Buttery Escargot
Watch chef Ludo Lefebvre cook classic escargot in garlic butter in this clip from The Mind of a Chef.
How to Make the 5 Mother Sauces
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How to Make the 5 Mother Sauces
Watch video how-to's covering the five mother sauces of French cuisine and get your sauce-making skills on point – five mother sauces recipes to try.
Watch the Legendary Roger Vergé Prepare a Provençal Feast
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Watch the Legendary Roger Vergé Prepare a Provençal Feast
Watch the late chef Roger Vergé, one of the fathers of French nouvelle cuisine, prepare a Provençal feast in a series of videos.
Watch Alain Passard Cook Two Perfect Lobster Dishes
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Watch Alain Passard Cook Two Perfect Lobster Dishes
Watch as Ludo Lefebvre visits his old mentor Alain Passard as he cooks up two wonderful Brittany lobster dishes.
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Bordeaux, France: a City Tasting Tour
Canelés, foie gras and gourmet restaurants: discover the best food in Boredeaux, France, a tour that will delight your eyes and your taste buds.
10 French Christmas Recipes To Try This Holiday Season
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10 French Christmas Recipes To Try This Holiday Season
Want to celebrate Christmas with a French touch? Bring these festive recipes to your table, including the classic and much beloved Bûche de Noël dessert.
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Chef Anne-Sophie Pic to Open First London Restaurant
The three Michelin starred French chef is crossing the channel to take on the capital with her sophisticated French cuisine.
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15 Pics from The Guy Savoy Restaurant in Paris
Guy Savoy in Paris has been picked as the most remarkable restaurant in the world - here's a look at some of their dishes.
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Alsace, France: a Tasting Tour
From Baeckoeffe to Flammekueche, a look at Alsace's best food and specialties to try if you're planning a trip to the Strasbourg and Colmar region.
Quiz: Are You a French Food Fanatic?
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Quiz: Are You a French Food Fanatic?
Are you passionate about French cuisine and do you consider yourself an expert? Cannot you do without it? Find out how much you know with our fun test!
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What Was Michelin Star Dining Like 40 Years Ago?
Check out this 40-year-old menu from Manchester’s only restaurant to ever be awarded a Michelin star.
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Watch The Trailer for Chef's Table France
Sit back and enjoy the trailer for Chef's Table season 3, a culinary adventure through France.
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Chef's Table Season 3 is Coming Soon
Season three of Chef's Table will air on 2 September and it will be very different to the first two seasons.
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The Taste of Fermentation According to Yannick Alléno
After years spent perfecting sauces, French chef Yannick Alléno goes further by using fermentation to enhance his creations, a "boost" to the taste.
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Nice, France: a City Tasting Tour
It's time for an apéritif: discover Nice’s specialities like tapenade, anchoyade and fougasse, as well as the best venues to try them in the city
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Alain Passard, the Maestro of Vegetable Cuisine
An exclusive video interview with French chef Alain Passard, from L'Arpege restaurant in Paris: where “cooking is more than just a job; it's a life partner".
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Escoffier's Ideas Explained
Find out why Georges Auguste Escoffier's ideas are still being used today inside some of the world's best restaurants.
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Chef Pascal Barbot: "My Advice? Eat Good Food, but Not too Much"
A chat with chef Pascal Barbot from Paris' restaurant l'Astrance: we met him at S.Pellegrino Sapori Ticino dinner, where he cooked with chef Domenico Roberto.
How to Make Croissant Dough at Home
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How to Make Croissant Dough at Home
Learn how to make croissant dough with this selection of tutorial videos from ChefSteps.
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Dining with Alexandre Dumas
Learn from the gourmand and fine dining lover Alexandre Dumas how to make a proper carrot cake, the author of the Three Musketeers.
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Dining With French Chef Auguste Escoffier
He popularized traditional French cooking methods and linked his name to the Ritz hotel, but most people know him for his peach Melba dessert.
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Napoleon Food Facts: Dining with Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon wasn't a big foodie but he liked things done a certain way. Find out about the origins of the Chicken Marengo recipe.
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Dining with Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
A chef, a master of cooking and guesting, a Provence extravagant personality: don't miss the foodie and unknown side of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
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Behind the Mother Sauces of French Cuisine
Espagnole, veloute, béchamel, hollandaise and sauce tomate: what are the 5 mother sauces, that form the base from which countless variations can be prepared.
4 Not so Fancy But Equally Delicious French Recipes
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4 Not so Fancy But Equally Delicious French Recipes
French cooking isn't all haute cuisine.We have a selection of rustic dishes from coq au vin to cassoulet that'll satisfy the heartiest of appetites.
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Pierre Gagnaire: " I Was Surrounded by a Lot of Love"
A new restaurant, a new cookbook and projects: we sat down with chef Gagnaire, a pillar of French gastronomy, who agreed to update us on this eventful year.
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Would You Like To Buy Julia Child's Home in France?
Julia Child's vacation home in France (complete with the original kitchen) has gone on the market for $859,360. Check out the pictures of the historic home.
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Behind the Secrets of -aise Sauces
Mayonnaise, béarnaise, hollandaise: how to make three of the most famous sauces, all of them beginning with an egg and oil (or butter)-based emulsion.
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Alain Ducasse: "French Cuisine? It's Plural"
A chat with French top chef Alain Ducasse, who shared his thoughts on the state of contemporary French cooking and produce - inside and outside France.
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Master Macarons with the Ultimate New Guide from Pierre Hermé
Pierre Hermé, the French Pâtissier and macaron legend has written the ultimate go to macaron guide for the sweet lovers and aspiring pastry chefs. See inside.
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Chef Hideaki Sato "Never Give Up"
An interview with the exciting Japanese chef Hideaki Sato who recently opened his Ta Vie restaurant in Hong Kong.
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Paris, a (Sweet) City Tasting Tour
We take you in search of the sweeter side of Paris, with an itinerary that includes the best patisseries and historic pastry shops to taste iconic desserts.
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Hélène Darroze Picked as the World's Best Female Chef
French chef Hélène Darroze is the recipient of Veuve Clicquot World’s Best Female Chef Award ahead of the World's 50 Best Restaurants ceremony on June 1st.
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Romain Meder: "Every Restaurant is a Story About People"
An interview with Romain Meder, sous chef at Alain Ducasse's Plaza Athénée restaurant in Paris: his philosophy from his worldwide career to the heart of Paris.
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From Tokyo to Paris (and Back): the Route of High-Class Pastry Making
The trend of Japanese pastry chefs who, after coming to Europe to learn the art, add the precision of Japanese cuisine to create desserts that have no equals.
Infographic: A Cheat Sheet To 6 World Foods
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Infographic: A Cheat Sheet To 6 World Foods
Want to make a killer Thai curry? Or master enchiladas? Here's the world foods cheat sheet you've been waiting for: six cuisines and their secrets.
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Yannick Alléno Presents A New Way to Make Sauces
Yannick Alléno has wowed crowds of culinary students in Singapore with a new technique for making sauces that he's been developing for over two years.
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French Crêpes From A to Z: 26 Things to Know
From Auguste Escoffier to lemon zest, 26 facts and figures about French crepes, very think pancakes usually made from wheat flour or buckwheat flour.
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Expo Milano 2015 - What France Will Bring
A look at what France will bring to Italy for Expo Milano 2015 - the first ever world fair to focus on a central theme of food.
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The Cassoulet de Toulouse is a rich French dish prepared with beans, pork skin and sausages: a slow-cooked casserole originating in the city of Toulouse.
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Three French Greats Discuss Food, Memories and France
Chefs Alain Ducasse, Daniel Boulud and Eric Ripert reveal some of their fondest food memories in this Times Talk with Sam Sifton.
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Cooking the Classics: Coq au Vin Recipe and History
It all began with a royal promise: read tips and history of coq au vin recipe, the chicken stew braised in wine quintessence of French cuisine in the world.
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Chef Anne-Sophie Pic To Open Two Restaurants in New York
Acclaimed French chef Anne-Sophie, who holds three Michelin stars, will expand her restaurant empire to New York City next year.
How to Make Classic French Onion Soup
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How to Make Classic French Onion Soup
One of Jamie Oliver's top Food Tubers shows us all how to make a simple yet tasty classic onion soup at home.
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4 Points for the Chef of The Future
Olivier Roallinger talks to the MAD 4 audience in Denmark about his unique career and what he believes the chef of today should be focusing on.
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The Science of Dry Braising: How to Braise Meat With No Liquid
How to cook braising meat without using broth, water or any other liquid: science and physics with dry-braising, a less well known cooking technique.
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Mustard From A to Z: 26 Interesting Things to Know
From À l'ancienne variety to the Zealot man who only dresses in yellow, 26 facts you can't miss about mustard plant, seeds and tasty recipes.
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Alain Ducasse: "Next Step, the Art of Sharing"
An exclusive interview with the French chef Alain Ducasse, creator of a world culinary empire: future projects, trends and joung chefs to keep an eye on.
Stop Saying These French and German Food Words Wrong
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Stop Saying These French and German Food Words Wrong
Zagat tackle tough food words again with a look at German and French food words and how to pronounce them correctly.
How to Make Mini Croissants Three Ways
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How to Make Mini Croissants Three Ways
A nice video that shows you how to easily make mini croissants at home with three different recipes, two savoury, one sweet.
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'Le Cirque' of a Life: Meet Sirio Maccioni
A meeting with Sirio Maccioni the owner of Le Cirque. A place that may well just be the most Italian French restaurant in New York.
Beautiful Video of French Pastry Being Made
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Beautiful Video of French Pastry Being Made
Watch as French pastries are crafted by hand and try, just try, not to craze the sweet taste of some of these wonderful desserts.
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The 5 Cookbooks You’ll Need To Master French Cooking
Want to master the secrets to making great French food? Here are the five French cookbooks that will help you get the job done.
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Michelin Guide France 2014 - The List
The Michelin Guide for France 2014 is released with the L'Assiette Champenoise restaurant in Reims gaining a third star in the 2014 Michelin Guide for France.
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Not-so-French Fries: the History of Fried Potatoes
While North Americans refer to thinly-sliced fried potatoes as “French fries" their actual country of origin remains something of a mystery.
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World's Best Restaurants According to Daniel Boulud
Chef Daniel Boulud of the Daniel restaurant in New York has offered up his list of the world's best restaurants.
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Baguette from A to Z: 26 Things to Know About the French Bread
From Napoleon to Fendi, from tartines to vending machines: here are 26 interesting facts you need to know if you love baguette, the traditional French bread.
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Interview With Kobe Desramaults: "Don't Call Me Rock'n'Roll Chef"
A chat with the rising talent of Belgian cuisine, chef Kobe Desramaults: "I don't like labels. There is a thin line between freedom of spirit and rock'n'roll".
A Visual Guide to Beurre Composé
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A Visual Guide to Beurre Composé
A visual guide on how to make the classic French dish of beurre composé - a flavored butter perfect for enhancing the flavor of meats and fish.
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Ducasse Hints at Simpler Menu and Focus on Vegetables
Alain Ducasse talks about his latest menu changes at Le Meurice in Paris - a simpler approach to food with a stronger focus on vegetables.
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Cooking the Classics: Soupe aux Onions
French Onion Soup and Catherine de’Medici are tied in history, find out what it takes a real onion soup and decide if you want to call it French or not.
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Raymond Blanc Receives Top French Honor
The French chef Rayond Blanc has received one of Frances top decorations for his outstanding services to the country - The Legion d'Honneur.
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Starbucks, The New Home of Artisanal French Pastries
A trip to Starbucks just got a little more exciting. The coffee chain has announced it will introduce artisanal French pastries nationwide.
Cook French Food at Home | Recipes
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Cook French Food at Home | Recipes
Want to cook French food at home? Say 'oui' to this French dinner menu full of rich, buttery dishes that say France with the first bite.
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Try making the famous madeleine at home with this easy madeleine recipe
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The classic souffle with cheese, eggs, fresh cream to bake in the oven
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Chicken Marengo is a French dish sautéed in oil with garlic and tomato: an easy chicken recipe to make a dish named to celebrate Napoleonic victory of Marengo.
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Pea and asparagus salad with goat's cheese, a French recipe for Easter
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Easy to make recipe with stuffed pork and spinach, sheep's cheese and cooked in butter
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A traditional French dish with a variety of meats and breadcrumbs. Filling and sitting are key
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Unique Macaron Flavors from Pierre Herme
Pierre Herme has released his latest macaron flavor combination's for 2013 with mint, cucumber and caramel all getting in on the macaron mix
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A new quiche recipe with pears and eggs, sweet and salty at the same, it's a delicious French dessert
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Dining with Marie-Antoinette
A Queen of the French Revolution, Marie-Antoinette's legendary tale made croissants famous worldwide and throughout history
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Try the French Cotillon, the queen of all chocolate cakes, mixing together many types of chocolate: a typical Christmas dessert to amaze your guests!
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A vegetarian recipe for mini quiches, easy to make, with onions, peas, chives and tomatoes. Just put it in the oven and it's ready!
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How To Eat Escargot | Difficult Food
Escargot an intriguing dish, but it's also one of the most difficult to eat: that's why FDL has brought you this simple tutorial on how to eat an esc
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Table Manners vs Difficult Food: How to Eat an Escargot | Video
Enjoying an escargot the correct way can be a little frustrating: which are the appropriate tools to use? Find out in this video!
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Thomas Keller Tops NY Times Best Selling List
Thomas Keller's thanks fans after his Bouchon Bakery cookbook tops the New York Times Best selling list
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An Academic Cookbook Study
UCLA open for a free lecture on the study of Le Cuisinier François, one of the most important cookbooks ever written
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An easy quiche recipe perfect for a vegetarian brunch: a broccoli recipe with cauliflowers and cheese, even tastier if you add some almonds
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An easy quiche recipe with broccoli and cheese: the perfect dish if you're looking for a vegetarian quiche or a tasty brunch recipe
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Nigella Lawson Attacks French Cuisine
TV chef Nigella Lawson has critisized French cuisine for its foamy sauces, plate decoration and egotistical chefs
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An easy peach recipe of a famous disht: Peach Melba, the dessert made with peaches, raspberries and vanilla ice invented by French chef Auguste Escoffier.
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A quiche recipe perfect if you're looking for an healthy appetizer: salmon and artichoke tartlets, made using only iodised salt and low fat ingredients
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More Than Just 'Blue': The World's Top 10 Smelly Cheeses
Find out the world's top 10 stinky cheeses: an ironic round-up of some of the world’s foulest, tastiest - and yes, stinkiest - cheese varieties.
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Looking for a tasty and vegetarian first course? Try this cheese soufflé, a challenging recipe that is going to delight your palate with cheese and spinach
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Wondering how to make easy mini quiches? Try this easy mini quiche recipe with peas and ham: tasty and savoury bites that will delight your guests.
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Give a French twist to your brunch with this Quiche Lorrain recipe for a mouth-watering pie filled with with savory custard, cheese and ham
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A mini quiche recipe to amaze your guests or to enjoy a healhty snack: tiny and yummy bites with mozzarella, mushroom and pine nuts
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A classic French recipe: learn how to make creamy spinach quiche from scratch: this delicacy with fresh cheese, rich in iron and taste, will melt in your mouth!
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A easy vegetarian quiche recipe, with asparagus and ricotta cheese, the perfect idea for a spring brunch menu
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Fresh tuna, boiled eggs and vegetables: with simple ingredients you can make this easy yet elegant Nicoise salad recipe from France.
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Chef Paul Bocuse's coq au vin: a delicious classic French chicken recipe with the full-bodied flavour of red wine. Make it simple with his recipe!
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Brandade de morue: a easy to prepare salt cod French recipe for a delicate and creamy fish emulsion, perfect with toasted bread
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Dill and smoked salmon toast: a essential appetizer recipe from France, enjoyed best with a glass of Pastis
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A easy recipe from Provence to bake sweet lavender cookies with an intense scent and a delicate taste
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An easy recipe to make potato croquettes, a vegetarian snack that fits for a king: find out how to prepare these crunchy potato croquettes, made from scratch.
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A easy French recipe for a decadent chocolate fondant to devour, by the bakers Michel et Augustin
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A simple yet decadent summer dessert recipe: chantilly cream with fresh wild strawberries as created by the ancient French maitre d'hotel Vatel
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Preparing a cheese soufflé is an art: make your attempt with this easy recipe for the famous French dish
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Mushrooms, chicken and béchamel sauce: the perfect stuffing for veal ears, in this delicious French offal recipe
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Find out the Mont Blanc step-by-step recipe by chef Sebastien bauer from the famous La Maison Angelina café near the Louvre. You'll love this French dessert!
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Delicious chocolate raspberry ganache macaron recipe, from Miette bakery in San Francisco: learn how to prepare the trendy and colourful French pastries
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Frog legs meunière, a gourmet and easy appetizer recipe by the French chef Alexandre Gauthier from restaurant La Grenouillere
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Paris Tasteful Map: Best Food, Restaurants and Events
Paris hosts restaurants, cafes and some of the world's best museums: join us on a trip for our top tips and must stop destinations in the city of love and food
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Week's menu - A French dinner is served
French recipes at their best, from Paris to the Provence, enjoy these traditional french recipes from some of the world's best chefs and beyond
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A Race to Make the World's Best Cookies
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