So many times I would visit a cafe or friends in the early evening when I lived in the south of France and would be served Brandade and a glass of wine....

The other day my mother asked me, “Of all the things you cook, which one do you love the best?” I replied, “Dessert! All kinds. English...

My grandmother was in love with aspics and jellies. She made them into garden salads that jiggled. She made them into coral pink fish that you would eat...

I caught drift of a conversation in one of my cooking classes that fascinated me. One of my students was raving about the beautiful flower cookies she...

  To prove my theory that many recipes need not be any more complicated than an intuitive pairing of ingredients, I am sharing my recent foray into...

I have to admit I was tempted to play with this recipe. I have made it for a long time and look forward to it when fresh strawberries are in the market....

I first saw these gorgeous little morsels in a pool of sunshine. They were bright orange and green and so tiny. I bit into one. Sweet and sour. I had...

  Like the perfume of freshly squeezed orange juice or the whisps of flavor that float on the air when chicken soup is simmering, the smell of melting...

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

I am so enjoying making quick pickles, packing them in jars, and either giving them as gifts or popping them in the fridge for my own use. I usually...

Cooking with a French accent..