Tag Archive | French

Food

The Bread Culture of France

It’s hard to say exactly when I fell in love with France, because I’ve fallen in love with the picturesque villages, melodic and descriptive language and, of course, the world-renowned food over and over throughout my life.

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November 07. 2018 | By Laura Booras | 0 comments

Recipes, Soups

French Onion Soup

This homey, comforting soup is perfect for a cool fall evening. I love Bob’s Pain aux Lardons because those little bites of bacon just make the soup even more delicious. You don’t have to use the veal demi-glace, but it’s worth it for the richer flavor. Suggested wine pairing: 2015 Cotiere Pinot Noir. For the full article and other recipes, click here.

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November 06. 2018 | By Laura Booras | 0 comments

Food, Spring 2015

Kouign-Amann

Gooey. Chewy. Flakey. Cakey. Sugary. Salty. The Kouign-Amann (KWEEN ah mon) is a caramelized delight wrapped in a laminated pastry inside a popover-shaped enigma.

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June 20. 2015 | By Jill Johnson | 0 comments


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