Magret de Canard
Magret is French for duck breast. The secret here is in the cook of the meat. You want the meat to be bloody for it to be good. Here is the recipe.What to drink: A red Bordeaux. For dessert: A yogurt cake, the simplest cake recipe ever. Find it here.
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Try These Flavorful Thai Finger and Party Foods
Your guests will be impressed by the fragrance, flavors, and textures that combine to create a taste explosion with every bite of these Thai recipes.
30 French Foods That Are Better Than A Burger
30 French Foods That Are Better Than A Burger: Photos with recipes like Steak au Poivre, Chocolate Brioche, Quiche Lorraine, French Onion Soup, Crepes, Cassoulet, Croque Monsieur and more.
This two-bite pistachio financier is as rich as the name suggests, boasting almond flour and sweet brown butter, lightened with whipped egg whites.
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French Onion Soup
There are few things more comforting than making a real French onion soup - slowly cooked, caramelised onions that turn mellow and sweet in a broth laced with white wine and Cognac. The whole thing is finished off with crunchy baked croutons of crusty bread topped with melted, toasted cheese. If ever there was a winter stomach warmer, this is surely it!