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Double frying is the secret to outstanding fries.
The aroma of a California bay leaf lends subtle sharpness to this essential French dish.
New York City chef and author Sara Moulton taught us how to make this beautiful tart.
Use a good salted butter with a high butterfat content, such as Kerrygold, to make these shortbread cookies. This recipe is based on one in Dorie Greenspan's Paris Sweets (Broadway Books, 2002).
The key to finely chopping filet mignon for this classic tartare is to chill it in the freezer before slicing and mincing it.
This recipe for grilled sea bass was given to us by a French oysterman we visited in a small coastal of France.
This is one French variation on the hamburger. Another, called bifteck haché à cheval, is topped with a fried egg.
This soup is adapted from the classic Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Vol. I.
Oysters on the half shell are a French tradition, of course, but dishes like this one, from À Sousceyrac, are classically French, too.
This aromatic seasoning blend is sure to liven up any soup, stew, or vegetable.
This recipe takes a wonderful French classic to the next level by adding the highly prized truffle.
Cool and creamy, this classic French dessert is both delicious and beautiful.
All you do is put a leg of lamb in a roasting pan with lots of cut-up tomatoes, onions, garlic, rosemary—and then pour honey over it to caramelize the lamb and tomatoes while they roast.
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A classic roast chicken dinner with simple French-style elegance is a perfect for any occasion around the table.
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In this updated take on a classic French dessert, cream cheese adds stability and a pleasing tang, which balances the sweet white chocolate without overpowering it.
Both hands are needed to eat this overstuffed tuna sandwich, lavished with fiery condiments and stacks of fixings, a North African take on a French pan bagnat.
Pan bagnat, or "bathed bread," is a sandwich found at every bakery and market in the French region of Provençal.
Based on the classic French caramelized-onion tart with olives and anchovies, these little two-bite hors d'oeuvres pack a flavorful punch.