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There was a wicker basket filled with pink grapefruit sitting on my counter. In the background, my kitchen window was like a snow globe, showcasing big flakes falling thickly in the woods. Scones were baking in the oven, sending off curls of cinnamon aroma, and they were almost done. Now was the time to...

Biscuiterie familliale depuis 1905. St. Michel is a family owned bakery in Commercy France. In 1755 a young French girl named “Madeleine”...

  If you like anchovies, this is your dish. A splash of tawny port didn’t hurt either! Use the little toast soldiers to dunk into the runny...

Aurora borealis? No, light shining through a thin French crepe! I picked the edge of it up so you could see how thin it needs to be to be tender and light. Infused...

Even more than Thanksgiving, the day after is nostalgia squared, or maybe cubed. Memories rush back from the day before. The turkey. The perfect pies....

      My grandmother used to serve stewed fruit before breakfast. A small bowl of stewed prunes. A small bowl of stewed peaches. A...

Brilliant orange. As brilliant as a sunny day. Kumquats are those little oval tart orange fruits that closely resemble the flavor of bigarde oranges, or...

Many years ago I took a cross country road trip. The first leg was down the East Coast to Florida, then across the country to San Diego, making stops along...

I was turning the pages of Patricia Wells' new cookbook, Salad as a Meal: Healthy Main-Dish Salads for Every Season to choose the next recipe...

Cooking with a French accent..