This simple recipe for fennel and onion gratin is perfect for the holidays. The onions and fennel cook down to be super sweet with an ultra crispy top. T minus 12 days until Thanksgiving. That’s just under two weeks. Zoinks! Are you ready? Hopefully, if you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year you’ve already successfully divveyed out…
Flounder Meunière is a classic French preparation made with a delicate fillet of fish, lots of browned butter, fresh lemon and parsley. It’s very simple to prepare – don’t let the fancy name fool you! It’s no secret I’ve been on a bit of an Italian kick lately, but there’s always room in my life…
Now this is a story all about how My leftovers got flipped-turned upside down And I’d like to take a minute, just sit on your throne I’ll tell you how I made them into a soup called minestrone! Just call me the Fresh Princess of Soup. Or call me a nerd. Either way, we both […]
Clafoutis! Ohhh lala. It sounds so French! It sounds so fancy!! It sounds… so… Complicated. But that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Well, except the French part. It is most definitely French. It’s also stupid simple to make.
Man, things are busy around here. Are they busy over there too? I bet they are. So we’ll keep this short and sweet today. Actually, not sweet. This one is savory. Very savory.
It’s official: I no longer have a kitchen. I know, man. It’s a lot to wrap my head around. Last week, I woke up dreaming about this beautiful French tomato tart that I had made a few years ago. You guys dream about food, too, don’t you? It had a crispy, buttery crust, tangy Dijon mustard, perfectly ripe tomatoes, […]