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This recipe invented by Louis XV's mistress will not Enlighten your waist.
Beautiful French all-white classic fit to impress the most demanding mother-in-law.
Delicious 19th century French dish - asparagus served like green peas. This was a favorite of Napoleon's Foreign Minister Talleyrand. Simple, healthy and thoroughly decadent.
My doctor just sent me the cholesterol bill for this quarter. Apparently I have already had all I needed for the whole year. I followed his advice to eat more vegetables by preparing these amazing avocadoes in béarnaise sauce with a poached egg.
I attended a unique seminar in Paris with Hervé This, French chemist, author, founder of Molecular Gastronomy and spiritual father of Molecular Cuisine.
A memorable meal at one of the most spectacular restaurants in Paris, located in the Gare de Lyon train station.
Successful buckwheat pancakes in 7 secrets. I make them with home milled buckwheat flour for extra taste but you can use bought flour. Probably the simplest dish on FXcuisine!
French Garlic Soup Very Popular
Simple and healthy garlic soup from the Provence.
Beef Bourguignon Popular
See how this cult French beef stew reeking of Burgundy wine is made the traditional way.
One of the most elegant desserts in French cooking, the moelleux is a chocolate muffin rich like a brownie with a liquid raspberry heart. Incredible!
Beef simmered for 4 hours with carrots, a real French classic rarely prepared properly. Here is how to do it.
Gorgeous traditional French pie that would please any crowd in the Midwest too!
This legendary Italian and French traditional vegetable soup is turned into an elixir of long life by mixing in fresh pesto. A cult summer delicacy ready in under an hour.
Extraordinary pre-starter offered in top French chef Alain Ducasse's restaurant in Provence - delicious crispy toasted bread with eggplant caviar and anchovy sauce. A resounding success! See how Ducasse makes it and you can do it at home too.