A cheesy quinoa crust makes a delicious, higher-protein swap for the traditional flour and butter quiche crust. Swap out the Tuscan kale in the filling for baby kale or spinach if you prefer a milder flavor.
Your blender makes prepping these herbed crepes easy, but you can whisk the batter in a bowl if you prefer – just be sure to mix it well. Look for hot-smoked salmon in the deli section of your supermarket; if you can’t find it, top your crepe with a slice of cold-smoked salmon instead.
This intensely flavorful dish is a cross between two classic French meals: beef bourguignon and coq au vin. For best results, use a good-quality red wine – ideally, Burgundy. If you have butcher’s twine on hand, use it to tie the thyme sprigs together for easy removal once the stew is done.
Don't be daunted by this French classic – it's an easy and delicious reason to invite company for dinner tonight. Many recipes suggest serving this chicken, mushroom and onion braise over buttered noodles, but whole-grain country bread would also be a good accompaniment.
Both the crepe batter and the luscious strawberry sauce can be made up to 24 hours in advance – simply cover and refrigerate until needed.
Oozing from the oven, Brie cheese is smothered in a delicately flavored strawberry sauce with a touch of honey and lavender.
Yogurt and cream combine to create this extra-velvety mousse. We suggest opting for organic and/or pasture-raised dairy whenever possible.
Soufflés can be individual-sized, made in small ramekins, or big enough to serve a crowd. Ours are the former. You can prepare them up to 4 hours in advance through Step 4, then hold them in the refrigerator (uncovered) until you’re ready to bake. In the case of early prep, add 5 to 7 minutes to cooking time.
A traditional French dish, chicken chasseur, or hunter-style chicken, is a one-pot meal where chicken is combined with mushrooms and white wine. Our chicken chasseur slow cooker recipe uses both cremini and wild mushrooms for an extra-intense flavor. Try pairing it with mashed potatoes or brown rice.