Okay, before you skip over this post because soufflés sound hard or because carrot soufflé sounds weird let me tell you two things. One, this is not a real soufflé. There’s no beating egg whites into oblivion and worrying about the rise and fall of your end […]
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A collection of French recipes and French food inspired by almost two years of living in France!
Note: I originally published this Persimmon and Camembert Galette on May 7th 2018, but since it’s persimmon season now I’ve been busy recipe testing and have an updated version to share. Hope you enjoy! I never have been much of a baker – I find that […]
There are few things better than eating fresh vegetables from your garden or farmers’ market. There’s something about the intense seasonality of it that feels so satisfying. When the fresh produce gets going, it’s best enjoyed simply so you can really taste the flavors of […]
Moules frites is one of those dishes that is quintessentially French to me. It’s something that feels complicated or celebratory but in actuality is very unfussy. The quality and simplicity of the ingredients are what elevates the meal, not hours of work or complicated preparation. […]
Guys, cherry season is starting to wind down, and I just realized last weekend that I hadn’t yet made a cherry clafoutis. The horror! Cherry clafoutis is a summer tradition for me. It’s a classic, custardy French dessert that perfectly showcases the best of that […]
When I was living in France after college, I taught at two different elementary schools in a town just outside of Paris. One of the schools was just down the street from one of the neighborhood boulangeries and had the best baguettes and baked goods. […]