Ratatouille

French cooking has always appeared to be a daunting task that one needs to be skilled and trained to really get it right. However there are some dishes which anyone can make at home. Ratatouille is one of those dishes. The first time I made ratatouille I tried my best […]

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Macarons-Farewell to 2015

2015 is coming to a close. It feels like only yesterday I was here saying farewell to 2014. I decided to go out with a bang and try making something I have always been hesitant about doing. I decided to make macarons. There are two types of cookies with the […]

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Happy Canada Day! (Mille Crepe Cake)

Todays recipe is brought to you by the colours red and white. To my fellow Canadians and all people around the world, enjoy our nation’s birthday! What better way to celebrate than with a beautiful delicious gluten free crepe cake!! I paired mine with some local strawberries, raspberries, cherries and a rosewater infused […]

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Blanquette de Veau

I was going to make a lamb and veal bourguignon, but never got around to it so decided to make another French dish, blanquette de veau which translates to English as white stew with veal. There is something ubiquitous about French food. You would be hard pressed to find French culinary influences […]

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Tofu en Papillote

I have a lot of tofu in the freezer. I am not sure if I just keep buying it and forgetting about it or it is multiplying on its own, but I have a lot of it in my freezer. I took some out this morning to defrost and sat […]

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Julia Child’s Cassoulet

Several years ago I was gifted a copy of Julia Child Mastering the Art of French Cooking. I was excited about this as I had wanted to learn to cook French cuisine, and Julia Child created her book with North American kitchens in mind. I have maybe looked through the […]

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