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Low cal Dessert! Salade de Fraises

My poor non-French people, Do you want a bikini body? Are you beach ready? Dieting ? And you're looking for a quick easy low cal dessert? Here is the French and perfect recipe you've been waiting for! Salade de Fraises! Strawberry salad. 56 CALORIES FOR ONE CUP!!!!! French and perfect in less than one minute! Hope you love and share the video, where I also share my ideas about weight loss diets (in one word : NON) Bon appétit les amis!

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Perfect QUICHE, new VIDEO!

My poor non French people, Here is the best way to cook a French quiche lorraine! Hope you will like the new video! Quiche Lorraine is so easy to make you don't even need to be French to succeed! Just break some eggs, add a little crème de la crème, and pour yourself a glass of (French) wine... Here's how to make the most delicious quiche, in a record time. And some tips to be French and perfect like me!!!! The real recipe 3 eggs 1 pâte ...

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A soup for Spring! Asperges au fromage de chèvre

My poor non French people, How is your souping going so far? I've spent the last days preparing soup every night and can't seem to get tired of it. The whole great idea about it is you can wait for the seaons to surprise you : new ingredients mean new flavours, new colours and... new recipes. Spring is great for many things, and one of its first main great perk is this little jewel that is called asparagus. Comes perfectly when you need it! ...

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La Soupe aux Choux, or how to laugh (and eat) like a French

My poor non French people, Here is a soup recipe that should bring many a smile on  your dear French friends faces. Oui, we French people don't spend all our time complaining or frowning at other people's look (although some of you could have put on a more elegant attire to read this French and perfect post... yes, I'm talking to you, still in pyjamas at 4pm lady who is stuffing her face with pisttacchios while read proofing her post. .. wait... ...

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Pack a Paques Lunch for Easter! PATE DE PAQUES

My poor non-French people, Let me confess a little thing, just between you and me, entre nous. I'm not French and perfect. Ok, I'm French, and most of the time, as most of us do, I just wish I was perfect. But I'm trying! And you know, as I've learned here in the US, "Fake it until you make it", so let's pretend I actually have absolutely no defect, a rocking body and a wonderful, easy nature. Ho, and also, that my photos ...

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Be French and perfect: drink APERITIF!

 My poor non-French people, If you don’t speak French and are planning to travel to la Belle France, there are a few sentences you need to master in order to really get into the French spirit. Of course I’m sure you know all about « Je t’aime » or « Deux croissants s’il vous plait », and even some more olé olé sentences like the chorus of this famous disco song some American tourists never fail to sing when they meet a French native – excuse ...

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Pâte brisée vidéo!

My poor non-French people!  I am very happy to share with you this new video recipe for an easy pie dough  in (almost) one minute. Please don't buy pre made disgusting pie dough when you can make your own in a matter of seconds! This recipe is great for pies, quiche, and all you can think to put in a pie pan! You need 2 cups of flour 1 stick of butter (room temperature) 1 egg 1/8 cup of water a pinch of salt. Mix it and crumble it with ...

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Oh Mon Porc!!! Why Rillettes are the Best

My dear, poor, non-French people, If there's anything you have to learn from me and about French food, it's this beautiful French saying: "Tout est bon dans le cochon". Yes, everything is good in the pig (and I'm talking about the animal, right, not these filthy disgusting persons who are often sadly compared to this beautiful and generous animal)... Most recipes coming from parts of this animal are simply delicious, and as the saying says, every part of the pork is good to ...

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Spread the Holiday Fun with Crème de marrons!

My poor non-French people, The holidays are here, and you are already kind of depressed because you don't know what to buy to whom (plus, you don't have the money for it!) and you're not really sure you'll have a great time at your Grand Aunts's boring Xmas dinner (nor at your office alcohol free and desperate coworkers Holiday party). Don't! Rejoice! French and parfait is here to cheer you up with the French and perfect comfort food de Noël: crème ...

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Oui! Oui! Oui! My own French and perfect Cookbook!

My dear poor non-French people, You know, I think my derrière is surrounded by pasta. Bordé de nouilles! If you don't speak my very poetic and surrealist native tongue, here is what I mean by that: I'm the luckiest French and perfect girl I know... When I started this crazy adventure of French and parfait, two years ago, I did not even dare to dream about it, and pourtant, here it is... I just wrote a cookbook. My own cookbook! And it's not a small one... 300 recipes! Trois cent! ...