French markets and gardens offer a wealth of seasonal delicacies.
The bounty of spring in France includes strawberries, mussels, lisettes, lettuces and tender young leeks.
In Le Neubourg, gaily colored awnings cluster around the 13th/15th-century church, still very much the way markets were in medieval times.
Steaming Hot Choucroute
Choucroute is not for the faint of heart; you don’t just dab a tiny portion on your plate.
Baking Sweet Treats
Most French cooks have their favorite baked desserts at their fingertips.
Sitting at a French café, sipping an express, watching people, overhearing conversations. It's always magic.
The Mysterious Quince
The tough little quince—coing in French— cooks to a gorgeous deep pink.
Red and Gold
Butternut is a newcomer to French markets, joining more traditional winter squash varieties.
In the Soup
Every French cook has a dozen potage recipes up her sleeve, depending on what's at hand.
A Briny and Bountiful Feast
Christmas in France is really all about food, especially seafood, and those traditions don't change.
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