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French Fridays: Palmiers

Looking for an easy snack the kids can prepare over the summer holidays? How about the classic French palmier cookies? There’s obviously a recipe for the classic version (puff pastry and sugar) included in In the French kitchen with kids but did you know they are one of the most versatile snacks out there, lending […]

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French Fridays: Stuffed vegetables from My Paris Kitchen

The recipe for Cook the Book Fridays from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen is a favourite of mine. I really love stuffed tomatoes, in particular (I have a vegetarian version here and a mini apéro version here and I love them so much that there’s a recipe for them in my book!) and this recipe […]

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French Fridays: Kids make chocolate mousse

Welcome to French Fridays where I’m excited to share another video in the series of kids making dishes from my cookbook (eeep – it’s out NEXT WEEK!). Last year, you might remember that a few of the recipes from the book got mass-tested because the Grade 4 class elected to research French food and culture […]

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French Fridays: Duck Fat Cookies from My Paris Kitchen

The recipe for Cook the Book Fridays from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen was an intriguing use of duck fat. We’ve used this ingredient before, notably in duck fat potatoes, but I’ve never baked a sweet item with duck fat before. These are simple slice and bake cookies that come together pretty easily – note […]

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French Fridays: Kids make crème brûlée

Welcome to French Fridays where I’m so happy to be sharing a video of a classic French dessert (my fave… well, one of them…) – crème brûlée! This version was made by a group of my Grade 4 students as past of a research project where they choose classic French dishes and research the history […]

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French Fridays: Baba Ganoush from My Paris Kitchen

The recipe for Cook the Book Fridays from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen was yet another reminder of how easy it is to make your own dips – and how much more flavourful they are than most of the store bought varieties. I took a little shortcut with this recipe, simply oven-roasting the aubergines instead […]

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