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Mustard is not just for hot dogs anymore. This steak is fast and easy to prepare and would go well with most any side dish. Once the mustard has been added, do not allow to boil or the sauce will become unpleasant.

Recipe #353838

Now I love this as a side dish, but when I was a kid...The first time my mother made this, I had secretly taken a vow to eat my vegetables. I had a long history of not eating them. I could fill my mouth with carrots or peas and run to the bathroom and spit them out. Or I would feed them to the dog. I remember sitting at the dinner table for hours with a spoonful of peas. My stepfather said I just had to eat one teaspoon full, but I would not. And I was a teenager! Anyway, this fateful night, I decided - no, I made a pact with my sister - that we were going to eat whatever vegetable we were served. it was String Beans in Vinegar. Well, we put the whole thing in our mouths, not expecting vinegar! Nevermind about the rest. This has a nice vinaigrette sauce.

Recipe #348427

Adapted from an old cookbook.

Recipe #353812

These eggs get their creaminess from butter. They are more for a brunch or dinner or a special breakfast than for every day.

Recipe #453266

Macaroni and cheese with caramelized onions, all the flavors of French onion soup.

Recipe #401434

This dish of these Provencal nuts are at home on any hors d’oeuvres plate. The spicy cayenne and rosemary pair nicely with a peach kir royaux aperitif. Found this recipe line when I searched for "French Cooking". Posted for ZWT 2012

Recipe #481873

Found this in a William Sonoma order book and looks so good I wanted to save it to try later. The recommend using a "frittata pan" that cooks on one side, then flips over to cook the second. But think I'll just place in a 350°F oven until done to cook the top. The combination of ingredients sounds too good to let this get lost. As an update, finally got around to making this and found it to have a nice, mild flavor. It was pretty easy too so that's a plus though I do feel I've had others with more taste that I might prefer. Think it may help to add something - maybe some bacon!!

Recipe #326210

Recieved this recipe from Taste of Home and couldn't wait to try it. I love that they only served two so perfect for DH and me when I wanted something special for just us. They came together easy, were light, fluffy and oh so chocolate. It calls for mint extract but I didn't have that so just used vanilla and it was still good. Think it'd be really good with the mint and maybe a little mint leave as garnish.

Recipe #451407

This is a recipe my daughter got from her MIL and always gets rave reviews. Haven't tried it myself as a little worried about the cooking process, but sure want to try it so will save her until I can give it a try.

Recipe #271017

Got this in an email from King Arthur Flour and plan to make them for my Holiday tray. Described as tender, deep-chocolate cookies with a rich, sweet vanilla glaze. Bite-sized beauties perfect for a holiday cookie tray or hostess gift. Top with a chocolate pearl, bright red cherry, or chocolate sprinkles and each cookie is a jewel to the eyes and a gem for the tastebuds." Sounds good doesn't it!

Recipe #402565

Traditional recipe from the Toulouse region of France.

Recipe #348394

Signature dish of the Restaurant Franziskanerplatz in Vienna, Austria. Recipe from a clipping in my grandmother's recipe box. The recipe recommends grilling the tenderloins to just rare but you don't have to.

Recipe #287315

Speciality of the kitchens of the Grand Hotel Concorde, Metz, France back in the 1960's according to the newspaper clipping from my grandmother's recipe box.

Recipe #306593

Was served this recipe by friends. Favorite of the family!

Recipe #286746

Quick, easy and light for summer time. Speciality of the Hotel Le Grand, Strasbourg, France as noted in the magazine recipe in my grandmother's recipe box.

Recipe #306520

This recipe is from the Alsace region of France and would use Ackerland Beer, a German style beer brewed in Alsace. This can be prepared ahead and refrigerated for up to three days or frozen for up to one month. Thaw, reheat, and add the yogurt and vinegar before serving.

Recipe #348373

The Red Bank Restaurant in Dublin, Eire back in the '60's offered the following very tasty dish to it’s customers. Simple and elegant for an evening of fine cuisine.

Recipe #280123

This recipe is similar to the dish served at La Poularde Chez Lucullus, Nice, France as noted in a magazine article from my grandmother's recipe box.

Recipe #306641

Recipe from an old magazine article and is from the Cramond Inn, near Edinburgh, Scotland, an ancient inn built in 1670.

Recipe #287052

The carrots grown in the region of Crécy, France are some of the tastiest in the whole country so Carrot Soup in France is named "Potage Crécy". Traditionally, the English should eat carrot soup on the anniversary of the Battle of Crecy (August 26, 1346) when they triumphed over the French in the Hundred Years War.

Recipe #330935

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