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    Tasty, simple French cooking from the master. This is from his More Fast Food My Way. If you aren't familiar with his books, look for them. I love Fast Food My Way and Sweet Simplicity.

    Recipe #483664

    This would be fabulous over poached or baked fish. Another recipe from "15 Minute Meals" by Emalee Chapman and the recipe originates in Provence.

    Recipe #483615

    A recipe from Rachael Ray posted for ZWT / France.

    Recipe #483582

    This is from a 30 year old "garage sale" cookbook that I love called "Fifteen Minute Meals" by Emalee Chapman. The author studied cooking at Maxims in Paris. This simple recipe is delicious!

    Recipe #483538

    This is from "15 Minute Meals" by Emalee Chapman. The author studied cooking in Paris and this receipe is from Angelina's restaurant there. I love coffee and ice cream and this takes it to a new level!

    Recipe #483510

    This is another good way to use up all that summer-time abundance of zucchini. This quiche is served hot.

    Recipe #483424

    Forestiere is a French term meaning “of the forest,” referring to dishes (usually poultry, meat or game fowl) garnished with potatoes, bacon and wild mushrooms. This dish is considered to be one of the Continental European Classics and one that is underrecognized outside of France.

    Recipe #482481

    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

    This is something I have to try really soon. You don't need an ice cream machine to do it. This is from Ricardo. The cooking time is the freezing time.

    Recipe #481327

    Sauce Gribiche is similar to an aioli or a mayonnaise sauce with chopped hard cooked eggs, capers, pickles and herbs. It is also terrific over meat or fish or even potatoes! You can substitute 1/2 cup mayonnaise (or to taste) instead of making your own. Taste and add mustard and/or vinegar, if desired. Also, use your choice of fresh herbs.

    Recipe #478704

    From Rachael Ray. It takes only 5 ingredients.

    Recipe #475313

    A recipe from Rachael Ray. It takes only 5 ingredients.

    Recipe #475310

    This recipe is based on one from Lou Seibert Pappas’ cookbook, Extra-Special Crockery Pot Recipes. She says, “The Normandy Section of France is noted for this succulent chicken entrée. It calls for apply brandy, a specialty of the region.” This is absolutely fantastic served over rice, pasta or with a crusty bread.

    Recipe #470554

    The Provencal pissaladiere is an oven-baked (pizza-like) focaccia or torta topped with caramelized onions, black Nicoise olives, and anchovies. A street food of Nice, it is often sold by street vendors or at local markets. It can also be served as an appetizer. It is believed to have been introduced to the area by Roman cooks during the time of the Avignon Papacy. The dough in this recipe rises for 1 to 1 1/2 hours. If a longer or overnight rise is more convenient, make the dough with 1/2 teaspoon of instant yeast and let it rise in the refrigerator for 16 to 24 hours. The caramelized onions can also be made a day ahead and refrigerated. Recipe requires use of a baking stone.

    Recipe #461099

    This recipe was a side dish winner in the Real Women of Philadelphia 2010. After trying it, I know why. It is delicious.

    Recipe #456517

    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

    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

    Based on a recipe from Paul Bocuse’s, Bocuse à la Carte cookbook. “EDITOR’S NOTE: To deglaze, skim off as much fat as possible from casserole, add cognac, and ignite quickly to burn off any remaining fat.” If you cannot get a real bulbous spring onion, I suggest substituting a leek, which is reflected in the ingredients list (I wouldn’t want anyone to think that Paul made this suggestion!). Much of the cook time is simmering time, i.e., it's not busy time.

    Recipe #445084

    Based on a recipe from Jeff Smith’s cookbook, The Frugal Gourmet. He recommends using his recipe #232694, Basic Brown Soup Stock, in order to avoid the “salty flavor you find in restaurant soups.” I often use low-sodium canned beef stock when I’m pressed for time. This recipe is a guide for a single serving, so adjust ingredient quantities accordingly.

    Recipe #445037

    From Jacques Pepin: Fast Food My Way

    Recipe #429599

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