The French Apple Tart

The Apple Tart from our childhood Apple Tart always reminds us of our holiday in the countryside house with our families. Our Grandmas were always baking Apple Tart made with homemade crust and apples from the garden or the market. We were often asked to peel and...

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Quatre-quart, the perfect afternoon tea cake

Quatre-quart, the French pound cake Literally, Quatre-Quart means four quarters. The original recipe was made of 4 simple ingredients, each representing 1 quarter of the cake. It is THE family cake, made by our grandmothers when on holiday in our country houses, our...

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The French Tiramisu, with salted caramel

It is simply impossible to resist to this French Tiramisu with Salted Caramel... If you are a fan of Salted Caramel, this recipe is made for you. For sure, you will impress your guests and guess what? It is really easy to make! We can't say no to Salted Caramel! We...

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Perfectly Cooked Rack of Lamb

Never overcook a rack of lamb anymore! Racks of lamb can be challenging for one who never made it before... Aurelia's mum shared with us the perfect technique for a perfectly cooked rack of lamb. We can assure you that following this recipe, step by step, we've never...

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Oven Baked Apples

Oven Baked Apples, the easiest dessert ever There is no word to describe these Pommes au Four... The recipe below is our favourite combination but you are welcome to use your preferred ingredients. These Oven Baked Apples are making the best weekday dessert! For a...

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Goat Cheese, Zucchini and Asparagus Tart

The perfect weekday dinner or lunchbox idea! With this dish, it is really easy to add veggies in your diet! Use this recipe as a base and add your favourite ingredients! Check out the recipe for the perfect shortcrust pastry... After tasting it, you never buy the...

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Jam Cookies to die for

Jam Cookies to die for... In France, you can find those jam cookies in every bakery. They are called Lunettes as they usually are oval shape cookie with two holes! As a kid, we used to have some every week for our afternoon snack after school! You can make them with...

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The Grand Aioli

Grand Aioli is not a mayo! In France, Grand Aioli is a proper dish with fish, egg, veggies and the aioli mayo. It is a very balanced and healthy dish, that you can prepare for lunch, dinner or even a picnic. Do you need more reasons to try this recipe?   Aioli The...

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Perfect and easy shortcrust pastry

You can't go wrong with this Shortcrust Pastry recipe You will find below the must-have shortcrust pastry recipe... We love it because: 1- It cannot be easier 2- It cannot be faster 3- We use it as a base for many recipes such as the Quiche Lorraine, the Leek Quiche,...

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Chandeleur, the Crepes day

What is Chandeleur? Initially, the Chandeleur is a religious celebration. Happening 40 days after Christmas, it recalls the presentation of Jesus to the Temple. Chandeleur comes from the latin “candelarum” as does the English word ‘candle’. Candles were lit at...

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Savoury Summer Veggies Crumble

  Who said crumble has to be sweet? This vegetarian Summer Veggies Crumble is perfect for hot days like we are experiencing at the moment! This savoury Summer Veggies Crumble is delicious warm or cold, as it is or as a side, with a steamed white fish!   The perfect...

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