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    What's Your Favorite Fail-Safe French Recipe?

    Mon Apr 16, 2012 12:10 pm
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    Do you have an easy recipe that you would be willing to share? One that you can prepare in advance? One that always go down well no matter how many beers you have had before you get round to serving? The one that means you can spend time with your family and friends and not on your own in the kitchen.

    Preferably cheap and cheerful.....
    Tue Apr 24, 2012 11:51 am Groupie
    Oh Molly, I love French cooking and cook what is called bistro cooking ie not the overly complicated haute cuisine style of French cooking. I also love looking through some French recipe sites for recipes. With the help of Google, I can often come up with good translations.

    Lately my favorite foods to make is called cake sale with an accent mark on e of sale. This is very popular in Japan now and I have a cookbook on nothing but cake sale baking.

    Then, pates. I love pates and used to make it often.

    Tarts esp tartes flambees and Quiches - I love working with pie crusts and endless filling ideas.

    I grew up eating French style of soups in Japan (French cooking is super popular there) like potages and consomme. I still love them.
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