Strawberry mille-feuille as we say pleasure, as we say sweetness. Who said the treasure of Napoleon was not edible?
Lazy mornings are for the loved ones, sweet crepes too. They go with breakfast or brunch and they take you from the bedroom to the kitchen and back, and if you want to stretch the drowsy sweet moments, they can be a tasteful excuse.
Long live the King! A french cake that has become a world delicacy. A little secret lies inside the sweet almond cream, a secret that reveals the King only after the first bite. Trace the history of the famous Galette des Rois all the way back to the Roman times, through a path full of flavours.
This classic dessert was a staple at 70’s and ‘80’s dinner parties but waned in popularity, largely, I believe, because modern domestic grills don’t get hot enough to burn the sugar topping into a hard caramel. As with so many recipes, we cannot be sure where or how this one originated, but what we do
Onion soup is one of the most distinctive and popular dishes of classic French cuisine – perfect for cold winter nights before a snooze in front of the fireplace with a glass of wine. It is a deliciously hearty dish that can easily be the main dish for a casual supper. Despite the modesty
Like models in photo shootings, the neutrality of their characteristics allows to be creative with many different looks. The mild taste of the sole fish has the exact same ability to transform into anything from just simple plain to something rather exciting.
A simple, delicious soup with a large grouper, influenced by the home of bouillabaisse. Try this classic fish soup with saffron and white wine, packed with the Mediterranian flavours of Southern France.