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Posts Tagged ‘ France ’

And the winner is…13th Mediterranean Cooking Event – France

Nov 30th, 2010 | By | Category: Blogevents

Thanks again for voting folks. Once more we have winner that will receive a fabulous cook book this time. You have voted Sangi’s Foodworld with the dish Profiterole. Congratulation! Please check out the current event with the topic Syria. Its a fun event and you can also win! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend [...]

13th Mediterranean Cooking Event – France

Oct 10th, 2010 | By | Category: Blogevents, Recipes

Albania was a toug one, I have to admit. I am sure you will find it much easier finding recipes for our new topic: France. There are lots of books, websites and blogs about French food. The French cuisine also had its influences throughout history. It was Katharina di Medici, for example, that brought the [...]

Poached egg and crispy bacon – Salade Lyonnaise

Jul 1st, 2010 | By | Category: Recipes, Salads and Dressings

Today the recipe brings us to France. The Salade Lyonnaise is a classic dish from the town of Lyon. It is prepared with Frisee salad but can be also done with arugula. The important thing is that the salad is a bit bitter. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up [...]

Tarte Tatin with oranges

Jan 29th, 2010 | By | Category: Desserts and Sweets, Recipes

My next Secret Supper is coming up and I am experimenting with deserts. Yesterday I messed up a jelly from beetroot. After this unpleasant experience I turned to baking, which is something that seems to come easier to me. When I found great, sweet Cretan oranges in the bio store I decided to do a [...]

Vichyssoise à la Paul Bocuse

Dec 14th, 2009 | By | Category: Recipes, Soups

When I saw the Vichyssoise soup at Paules blogI got temted to try this potato and leek soup myself. Also this Spanish blog I am regularly reading, has a version of this soup, but this time with fried ham. I researched a bit and the version I finally decided to do is a la Paul [...]