French cuisine

Sablés Flocon de Neige

Publié le 27 November 2018

Sablés are a traditional French biscuit made of flour sugar and butter. They often have a crumbly texture and are great as a sweet snack!… Read More

Gateau Breton

Publié le 25 October 2018

Since November marks the centenary of the Armistice of the First World War, we thought why not explore a French recipe from the war period?… Read More


Publié le 1 October 2018

Cassoulet is a hearty stew from Toulouse. It is a combination of beans, sausages, pork and other meats. It is a regional specialty of the… Read More

Confit de Canard

Publié le 18 July 2018

Have a go at making this traditional French dish from scratch with our simple recipe!… Read More

Crème Brûlée

Publié le 25 June 2018

Have a go at making your own crème brûlée from scratch with our quick and easy recipe!… Read More

Salmon Rillettes

Publié le 22 May 2018

Have a go at making your own salmon rillettes from scratch with our quick and easy recipe. Read More

Niçoise Salad

Publié le 23 April 2018

Have a go at making your own salade niçoise from scratch with our quick and healthy recipe. Read More


Publié le 22 March 2018

French macarons have a reputation for being difficult to make; follow our recipe to enjoy macarons at home and you'll see it's not so hard!… Read More

Sole Meunière

Publié le 23 February 2018

Follow this simple recipe for Sole Meunière - a delicious rustic French dish consisting of fish cooked in butter and lemon. … Read More

Tarte Flambée

Publié le 23 January 2018

Tarte flambée, or flàmmeküeche in the Alsatian dialect, is a speciality of the region of Alsace. The dish is quite like a strange version of… Read More

La Raclette

Publié le 18 December 2017

Raclette, a dish native to Switzerland but very popular in France, is the perfect dish to enjoy on cold nights, when you feel in need… Read More

Bûche de Noël

Publié le 22 November 2017

The ‘bûche de Noël’ is a traditional dessert that usually terminates the Christmas dinner in francophone countries and dates back to the Middle Ages. Read More

Coq au vin

Publié le 27 October 2017

Coq au vin is a signature dish of French cuisine as it combines numerous ingredients that are typically associated with France such as chicken, mushrooms,… Read More


Publié le 26 October 2017

Aligot is a traditional dish that has its origins in the region of l’Aubrac in southern France. The story goes that aligot used to be… Read More

Soupe à l’oignon

Publié le 6 October 2017

Now that the nights are drawing in and the days are getting colder, we thought that we would share a recipe for a classic French… Read More

Tarte aux fraises

Publié le 11 August 2017

This strawberry tart is a classic French dish that you will find in almost every boulangerie across the entirety of France. Although it may look… Read More

Quiche Lorraine

Publié le 28 July 2017

You will find this French classic on the menu of practically every single bistro or brasserie in France. The majority, if not all, French people… Read More

Moules Marinières

Publié le 29 June 2017

The scrumptious combination of fresh seafood, wine and a large hunk of crusty baguette is a match made in heaven, and whilst this recipe is… Read More

Asperges en chemise

Publié le 23 May 2017

As we near the end of Spring and start to get ready for Summer, fresh asparagus can still be found in abundance at your local… Read More

Tarte à la rhubarbe

Publié le 28 April 2017

Here is our quick and easy recipe for Tarte à la Rhubarbe, or Rhubarb Tart in English. Why not try and make this delicious Spring… Read More

Oeufs cocotte

Publié le 31 March 2017

When we think of Easter eggs we tend to think of chocolate eggs. This recipe is thus a slightly different take on an Easter egg. Read More

Easy Artichauts

Publié le 7 March 2017

Artichokes are such beautiful vegetables that always draw attention at the market. The thought of cooking them is, however, a little daunting. Where do you… Read More

Fondant au chocolat

Publié le 1 February 2017

Warm yourself with a little bit of chocolate comfort this winter with our super easy recipe for a Chocolate Fondant. Read More

Galette des Rois

Publié le 31 December 2016

Discover our Galette recipe - this can be severed in various forms; here is a simple but delicious recipe so you can still enjoy it… Read More

Pain d’épices

Publié le 30 November 2016

This spiced ginger loaf is a very old cake which has its origins in Antiquity. It is mostly consumed in France especially in winter. Read More

Jardinière de Légumes

Publié le 31 August 2016

The jardinière is a French dish composed of a medley of fresh vegetables. There are several variations of this recipe. Read More


Publié le 4 July 2016

A croque-monsieur is a grilled ham and cheese sandwich made with brioche-type bread. Read More

Tian de Courgettes

Publié le 30 May 2016

French Recipe: Tian de Courgettes A tian is the name given to a shallow baking dish and anything cooked in it. This is a very… Read More

Flan Parisien

Publié le 2 May 2016

With picnic season on the horizon, a flan parisien makes for the perfect dessert. A traditional flan parisien is prepared with shortcrust pastry and flavoured… Read More


Publié le 30 March 2016

A traditional bouillabaisse is a French fish stew consisting of a mixture of fish varieties (red mullet, scorpion fish, conger eel…). Read More


Publié le 29 February 2016

FRENCH RECIPE: GRATIN DAUPHINOIS - Gratin Dauphinois is a well-established recipe in France, most notably in the historic Dauphiné region in southeast France. Read More


Publié le 3 February 2016

Here is a delicious recipe that will get your taste buds going!… Read More

French toast

Publié le 5 January 2016

Everyone knows that the French eat a lot of bread. Pain perdu (French Toast) is traditionally the recipe used to recycle stale bread and make… Read More

Les Madeleines

Publié le 27 October 2015

FRENCH RECIPE: LES MADELEINES These small cakes, traditional of the Lorraine region, are the emblems of children’s snacks in France. These sweet and soft delights… Read More

Boeuf bourguignon

Publié le 2 October 2015

French Recipe: ‘BOEuf Bourguignon’ (easy version) An exquisite traditional recipe to tantalise your taste buds, made with Burgundy red wine! This is the perfect feel-good… Read More

‘Tarte Tatin’

Publié le 3 September 2015

French Cuisine: The famous Tarte Tatin (easy version) In France, we have a wide range of apples and autumn is the chance to taste a… Read More