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Rich with flavor and tradition, French dishes such as coq au vin and fruit-topped galettes make for special treats at the table.
Make this dish ahead. It keeps in the fridge (covered) for a week. Served alongside a crisp salad, it makes the perfect lunch or light dinner.
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.
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.
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.
This is a very gentle fondue. Feel free to experiment with the cheese and liquid.
As with all vegetable matter, put this out before dinner when your kids are milling around starvingly. They'll eat it.
A great idea for quick appetizers or even a quick breakfast.
This classic breakfast doesn't have to be bad for you. A few tweaks turns it into a healthier fat-free treat.
Finally, here's a recipe for oven-baked French fries that taste just as good as the deep-fried variety.
Originating in French bars and cafes in 1910 as a snack, this melted ham-and-cheese sandwich is possibly the best thing since sliced bread.
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?