Category Archives: French

When I think baguette, I think instantly of France. Baguettes are the ubiquitous French icon, often tucked under the arms of commuting Parisians. They are distinguishable by its’ length and crispy crust. The word “baguette” means “wand” or “baton”. You may be thinking that this is going to be scary long process. No Knead to fret, this recipe […]

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Coq au vin is a classic French dish of chicken braised in a delicious wine, onion, and mushroom sauce. It was believed to have been made popular by Julia Child in her breakthrough 1961 cookbook Mastering the Art of French Cooking. It is seen as one of her signature dishes. It’s raining and foggy today. […]

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