Rich with flavor and tradition, French dishes such as coq au vin and fruit-topped galettes make for special treats at the table.
Looking for delicious new recipes for boneless chicken breasts? Add these quick and easy dinner recipes to your collection. They're tasty, nutritious and simple to make.
Add Italian sausage to classic French ratatouille for this hearty one-dish meal, a satisfying entree for cooler months.
Kids' baking know-how will reach new peaks when they prepare these scrumptious meringue sandwich cookies.
Filled with eggs, cream and bacon, quiche has been a popular dish for hundreds of years. What makes it such a particularly good recipe for aspiring chefs, besides the fact that it tastes great, is how versatile it is.
This yummy, cheesy egg dish is beautiful to behold, and even better to eat. Perfect for a holiday breakfast or weekend brunch, it can be prepped the night before and popped in the oven in the morning.
This flavorful dish is made with skinless chicken thighs, fragrant olives and bright lemons. It comes together in just 15 minutes and cooks on its own — thanks to the slow cooker — so you can enjoy the health benefits with little effort.
Baked in a puddle of brown sugar, butter and cinnamon, this decadent and comforting breakfast is so good you won't believe how easy it is to make.
Quiche is perfectly portable, perfectly make-ahead and perfectly delicious. Serve it for breakfast, lunch or even dinner. Bring it to a pot luck or as give as a hostess gift -- who wouldn't love a slice of cheesy goodness?
Though this French toast is much more special than the kind I usually make, it's not difficult or time consuming to put together.
Little ones love this crispy, chewy, sweet and yummy take on a classic breakfast treat!
Crisp lettuce, tender grilled steak, flavorful vegetables, potatoes, and eggs make this a main dish salad your family will love.
Good at room temperature or warm this combo of crepes stuffed with chicken, Brie, pecans and apples is sure to please everyone in the family.