When the great American cook Julia Child first came to France – she wasn’t a cook. She was a curious visitor keen to sample all that France offered.
This delicious Provencal version of pizza is a firm favourite in Nice and the French Riviera. It’s easy to make at home, is great for a snack or
There’s a legend in France that the Coq au Vin recipe goes back to the Romans. The story goes that in 52 BC Julius Caesar arrived in France with
Tarte flambée literally translates as ‘toasted tart or fired tart’ – but it’s not a tart, and it’s not toasted, and neither is it flambeed!
Tarte flambée is it’s