The most popular version of Gazpacho is chilled, fresh tomato soup. But in Spain, many times the base is served hot, with meatballs or chicken or even grapes! Regardless of the temperature, all Spanish gaspachos do contain vegetables and garlic. Posted for ZWT.
A unique twist on the traditional potato gratin as this recipe uses ricotta cheese along with cream and a combo of gruyere and parmesan cheese. Not an everyday dish, but certainly a great holiday or celebration dish.
A recipe from Gourmet Magazine. The mustard-herb butter gives a lemony pop to the meatiness of the fish, while the French green lentils add a unique texture that regular brown lentils just don't have. Posted for ZWT-8 France.
From Bon Appetit. The recipe states that these savory puffs are easily frozen and reheated. Serve half the yield from this recipe at the party, and save the rest for another time. Feel free to mix and match any semi-soft melting cheese such as Gruyere or Fontina with any hard cheese such as Asiago, Parmesan or Manchego. Posted for ZWT 8 - France.