Chocolate souffle may seem like a fussy special occasion treat, but the truth is they are very simple (and inexpensive) to make at home. They key is knowing how to fold the components together, being gentle enough not to deflate the foam, but thorough enough to bring everything together smoothly. The only way to become good at this is... Read More
For many, the holidays wouldn’t be the same without a glittering plate of pate de fruit on the dessert table. This simplified version uses readily available gelatin as a thickener, and is so easy to prepare that it may very well become your go-to hostess gift this season.
These easy pizzas take less time to make than it takes takeout to arrive at your doorstep — Bosc pears are at their best right about now.
When it comes to the ultimate cold weather dish, it’s hard to argue against the familiar comfort of a warm pot pie.
Julia Child opened our eyes to the wonders of Haute French Cuisine, and better yet, she taught us how to bring the magic of four-star restaurants into the comfort of our own homes. She was responsible for bringing the classic dish of Duck L’Orange out of France and into the American mainstream following the release... Read More
A popular snack in New Zealand, whitebait are tiny fish that are eaten whole, bones and all. Don’t let this put you off if you’ve never tried them before. They are remarkably tender, fry up to be crisp, and are both delicious and irresistible. Not to mention they pair exceptionally well with another popular New... Read More
Maybe you’ve heard of ‘orange’ wines. Maybe you’ve even tried some. Or maybe you just read our piece on orange wine, got intrigued, went out and picked up a bottle, and are now looking for the perfect dish to pair it with. Well, we’ve got a great one! For a dish to properly pair with... Read More
There’s no time or place this dish doesn’t work. It’s great for a picnic lunch, a quick weeknight dinner, a plated salad course, or a centerpiece for a light summertime brunch buffet.
A croque-monsieur is the more luxurious and tres Francais knife-and-fork version of grilled cheese. Traditionally made only with ham and cheese, we’ve brought some domestic flair to this recipe by marrying it with Miami’s famous Cuban sandwich for a quick, easy dish that truly works at any time of day. Prep time: 10 minutes Cook... Read More