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.
With the help of a waffle iron, you can make a delicious, buttery version of French toast.
My friend Jeannette Seaver says many French families serve pot-au-feu once or twice a month. You, too, may want to make it a part of your repertoire.
Yummy fruit makes for the perfect chocolate delivery system in this fun and super-easy dessert, which you can pull together in a mere 20 minutes.
The easiest and most basic of all chicken recipes is also the best way to showcase this particular cut in all its wholesome goodness. Serve with savory sauteed mushrooms and green salad for a perfect meal.
Forget those powdery mixes. This is homemade hot cocoa the way Grandma used to make it -- rich, creamy, and unforgettable.
A flavor pairing that's unique and utterly delicious -- and sure to please your most ardent white chocolate fans. Citrusy orange balances any sugary sweetness, and when coated in nuts, these morsels are pure decadence.
Choose any colors you like, but use food coloring sparingly. One drop at a time.
Cherry or grape tomatoes add a bite of sweetness to the cheesy filling in these savory little quiches. For smaller children, or appetizer-sized bites, cut the quiches into quarters.
The word "soufflé" comes from the French "Soufflér," which means "to puff." When you see these come out of the oven, you'll understand why!
I'm assuming that this is one of those the-better-the-chocolate-you-use-the-better-the-result situations. We use middle-of-the-road Ghiradelli chips from the supermarket, and still this is decadent.
Unlike its American ounterpart, which is generally smothered in mayonnaise, this potato salad, made with new potatoes, spring onions and an oil and vinegar dressing, is lighter and bright in flavor.