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25 Classic French Recipes To Master - Once Upon a Chef

Coq au Vin Coq au vin is a hearty French stew of chicken braised in red wine with mushrooms and crisp pancetta. French Grated Carrot Salad with Lemon Dijon Vinaigrette This grated carrot salad with lemon dijon vinaigrette is standard fare in French bistros and markets. Steak Au Poivre A classic French dish, steak au […]

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33 Classic French Recipes to Transport You to France

Wish you were in France right now? Me too. I find myself longingly dreaming of French patisseries, perfectly cooked steaks with crispy fries, delicious crisp white wines and deep earthy red wines… However, for the time being, I am stuck in Bulgaria, far from any French food — unless, of course, that which I can...Read More

Kayla Switzer
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Strip Steak au Poivre — Bon Appétit

I recently had textbook-perfect steak au poivre at Gjusta in Venice, CA. If you haven’t had it before, it’s a classic French dish of steak drenched in creamy pepper sauce. It’s old school, but I think it deserves a comeback, which is why it got a spot in my first cookbook, out this April. A nice cut of steak is pan-fried (turn on all your vents and open the windows), and its juices, along with cognac, cream, and black pepper turn into a pan sauce of your 10 p.m. Parisian dinner dreams. Make…

Ashley LaSorsa