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As opposed to Italian potato or ricotta gnocchi, this Parisienne recipe only employs water, butter, flour, and herbs.
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Le Vrai Camembert Taras Grescoe
This great French cheese is coated in powdery mold—and delicious myth.
From SAVEUR Issue #135by Pierre Gagnaire There is a place off the coast of Brittany, on Belle-Île, called Le Contre-Quai.Keep reading »
An elegant and romantic French-inspired dinner for two will help you celebrate Christmas or New Years with your special someone.
24 Hours of Paris — In New York Katie Robbins
When I spent five months living in Paris in 2000, I fell in love – with loose, fluffy omelettes stuffed with gruyere; creamy paté slathered on crispy baguettes; and pillowy, sweet pain au lait that I picked up each morning at the patisserie on my way to class. After my return Stateside, I made it my mission to find solid approximations of these and my many other edible French amours, and though it took some hunting – I tried many a leaden croissant – New York City ultimately supplied my fix. Even better, the Grande Pomme knows no closing times; the City of Light is available any time of day in the City that Never Sleeps. Here's a 24-hour guide to eating French in New York. Keep reading »
Friday Cocktails: The Champs-Élysées Camille Bromley
The Champs-Élysées, combining brandy and French herbal liqueur Yellow Chartreuse, keeps a hint of the rusticity and purity of the French Alps in a drink of sophisticated aspirations that feels more like sauntering along the Champs-Élysées than hiking up Alpine paths.
9 Kitchen Tools that Last Ganda Suthivarakom
From a Glestain Santoku knife to a Le Creuset French Oven, 9 kitchen pieces that are worth the price.
Edible Spring Flowers Katrina Moore
Five great edible blossoms
Senegal: A Feast For All John O'Connor
Senegal's rich cuisine is brightly flavored with chiles, citrus, and spice.
The 23 Best Bistros in Paris Alexander Lobrano
A guide to the 23 best bistros in Paris
One Good Bottle: Bordeaux White Wine David Rosengarten
This white wine from the Bordeaux region has well-balanced flavors and a storied past.
Dip It Betsy Andrews
Each of two rival cafés claims to have invented it, but LA's oldest sandwich is equally satisfying at both.
This cookbook taught one couple how to make everything from French desserts to Russian beef Stroganoff.
Prime Pork Beth Kracklauer
Some French cuts and sausages used in choucroute garnie aren’t available in the U.S., but it’s easy to find very close substitutes.