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France in a Box! Discover the Bon Appétit Box

My poor non-French people, Do you sometimes wish you could travel to France  and be in Paris just by snapping your fingers? I know exactly how you feel, and I've got a great remedy for it. Of course you can try and  make one of the many typical French recipes of this blog, but whenever you have a hair in the hand (un poil dans la main means feeling lazy) you always have the Bon appétit box!   I was very happy to meet Zoe ...

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Read it, bake it ! TEN Cookbooks I Love…

My dear, poor, non French people, Do you remember when it all started? That exact moment when you fell in the "cauldron of magic potion", as the French and perfect hero Obelix would say ? I fell in love with cooking with one book. "Desserts en bande dessinée" (Dessert recipes in comic books). My mom bought it one day and my boring wednesday afternoons (kids dind't go to school on Wedneday in France) and never-ending summer days were over. Whenever my brother and I didn't ...

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My must-eat mustard : MOUTARDE!

My dear, poor, non-French people Please stop thinking that the yellow sauce that dares to call itself "French's" is by any mean coming from my beloved country. Oh que non! My grand-father Robert, who loved mustard so much that he used it for cataplasm during the war, would have said that "the mustard comes to his nose" just thinking of it (la moutarde lui monte au nez, meaning getting very mad). La vraie moutarde de Dijon is... from Dijon. And it has no sugar involved. ...