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Clafouti is a French dessert, half pudding and half cake; very easy to prepare. Fresh cherries are the classic filling; however, if these are not available, use canned tart cherries, (not pie filling), figs, prunes, or halved dried apricots. Nut Warning - Almonds and Almond extract. Eliminate these ingredients from the recipe if your have an intolerance to nuts.

Recipe #61900

A french dish shamelessly stolen from the web!

Recipe #134987

Again borrowed without permission and with no intention of return from the net - I'll be making this next week! (Update 2/9 - thanks to the reviewers, I have updated step 5 to be correct - Cheers!)

Recipe #134988

I've been making this for years. It's very rich and always a special occasion when this is served!

Recipe #117604

1 Reviews |  By kolibri

I don't know if this is really French, but my cookbook calls it that. In any case, it's a really tasty soup to be enjoyed in the cold autumn evenings. Use beef ribs or other meaty part on the bone.

Recipe #134401

Wonderful French Dessert. Different, simple to make with a fantastic presentation. Hope you enjoy!

Recipe #135118

Fruit pies always make a good dessert, I think. Based on the reviews, I don't think any changes are necessary for this adopted recipe. The reviewer's suggestion of lemon juice instead of orange juice is a great idea if you're like me and always have lemons or lemon juice but rarely keep orange juice in the house.

Recipe #7564

I found this recipe in one of the TOH special additions. Our Christmas meal at our home is Breakfast Brunch. I made this dish this year, with a couple of revisions, and it was the hit of the brunch.

Recipe #107133

The perfect luncheon or Brunch dish, leaving your hands free to entertain your guests while they are baking. Very French, and you can make them with any seasonings you like.

Recipe #104728

In France, a man called Parmentier is credited with popularising potatoes. This is why any dish with his name in is likely to contain potatoes. This is another recipe which I have adapted from a 'Pan or Wok' recipe card from International Masters Publishers.

Recipe #123365

In French, Cotes de Porc aux Pommes a la Moutarde. This is adapted from a Richard Olney recipe and is really very simple and quite delicious.

Recipe #134777

Wonderful French Dish! A different way to serve potatoes that my whole family just loves. Enjoy!

Recipe #135116

28 Reviews |  By PanNan

This is Wolfgang Puck's recipe from the Food network. I had some home grown tomatoes, and thought this would be a great breakfast, and it was! I did increase the quantity of fresh herbs, but you can reduce those to be more like his recipe. I also subbed creme fraiche for his heavy creme.

Recipe #133475

Some like meringues with an almost marshmallow-like center, while others prefer meringues dry and crisp throughout. I have provided directions for both.

Recipe #95757

This recipe is the inspiration of Chef Tower - from the time spent cooking with culinary genius Richard Olney in France. "No better appreciation of vegetables can be found than in Olney's book Simple French Food," Tower says.

Recipe #133115

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