23 févr. 14

FRENCH SABLES

Sablés are delicate butter biscuits, crunchy and crumbly. The French word sable means "sand", which refers to the sandy texture. When I eat a sablé , I cannot resist to eat another one, and another one .....   I asked my kids, "do you want to eat one before I finish them all", Ah Ah Ah!  I loved French sablés. I remember eating the Galette de Pont-Aven when I lived in Brittany. It was incredibly good! Today my sabés are a Parisian style. It's the perfect biscuit to bake and eat... [Lire la suite]
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11 févr. 14

Slow-Cooked Boeuf Bourguignon

Have you ever seen "Julie and Julia" by Nora Ephron? This movie is based on two true stories, about real-life women who never met, Julia Child and Julie Powell. Julia Child, expatried in France in 1949 decides to learn the art of French cooking. As for Julie, she decides to create a blog in 2002 in New York  "Julie and Julia, 524 recipes in 365 days" following Child's cookbook "Mastering the art of French cooking". What a great challenge! I just watched it recently. When I saw... [Lire la suite]
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02 févr. 14

How to make a Tapenade?

This week I am so excited to present you Florence from Scream under water, in French Crier Sous l'eau . I don't know if you know Florence, she writes a buoy blog with her friend Kathleen for the wellness of their readers. They can illuminate the black spots you can't see :) Florence loves to write in French and in English. She is a brilliant writer. She is real and authentic. I am grateful, she is in my life.  She also loves to make her delicious Tapenade, a Tapenade Niçoise. // ... [Lire la suite]
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