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22 June, 2017

Here's How France Does Frozen Food (Yes, Better Than Us)

Here's How France Does Frozen Food (Yes, Better Than Us)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhen I walked into a Picard, I was struck by how warm it was, considering it’s a grocery store that exclusively sells frozen food—and one that’s enormously popular in France. There is no chaos of color, fruits or vegetables or olive bars to tantalize the senses; just waist-high grey and white,
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22 June, 2017

10 Cliches About French Eating Habits That Are Actually True

10 Cliches About French Eating Habits That Are Actually True
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksIt’s France Week! We asked Zazie Tavitian, the Food & Drink Editor over at Time Out Paris, to walk us through what French people think Americans think of them—and admit which clichés are true. Photo by Flickr/v-Santos French people are used to hearing strange things about them and their eating habits. Everyone
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21 June, 2017

Gravity-Defying "Basic" Buttermilk Pancakes

Gravity-Defying "Basic" Buttermilk Pancakes
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksThis recipe has been in our family since I can remember, but it was my sister’s adept handling of the ingredients that brought these babies, quite literally, to new heights. Every time she made the batter, the pancakes came out so tall they would not have looked out of place at
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21 June, 2017

Five 5-Ingredient French Desserts: Homey, Simple, and Délicieux

Five 5-Ingredient French Desserts: Homey, Simple, and Délicieux
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksThere are French desserts in the vicinity of which you dare not breathe, lest they crumble, deflate, or melt with your disturbance. Quelle horreur! These are the soufflés (all that swell), the puff pastry (all those layers), the petits fours (all the microscopic artistry), the yule logs (all that fake dirt).
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21 June, 2017

19 Très Inspiring, Très Dreamy French Interiors (+ Design Tips)

19 Très Inspiring, Très Dreamy French Interiors (+ Design Tips)
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksIt’s France Week here at Food52 and there’s no shortage of French culinary delights to keep you sated in the coming days. But how about all of you Francophiles whose appetite for Gallic anything extends beyond the plate—more specifically, to the floors, the walls, and any objets d’art found within those
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21 June, 2017

The First Thing Eric Kayser Eats When He Returns to Paris

The First Thing Eric Kayser Eats When He Returns to Paris
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksA French baker and chef, Eric Kayser is renowned for his relentless pursuit of artisanal bread-making and cooking. In 1996, he opened the first Maison Kayser in Paris, an authentic boulangerie & café, driven by a desire to share his love for great bread and traditional French cuisine. Today, Maison Kayser
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21 June, 2017

The King of Easy-Yet-Impressive No-Bake Summer Desserts, Updated!

The King of Easy-Yet-Impressive No-Bake Summer Desserts, Updated!
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksWhen you make an icebox cake, you participate in an act of magic. You make something out of nothing. You perform alchemy! And, if you go cuckoo at the thought of all the possible combinations, you can fashion yourself an artiste (we certainly did!). From two (sometimes three) ingredients and a
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20 June, 2017

7 Cooking Schools in France That Go Beyond the Expected

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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksNo matter which region of France you visit, it’s none too difficult to eat well, from garlicky, rouille-topped bouillabaisse in Provence to nutty buckwheat galettes in Brittany to excellent wines all across the country. And while dining out in brasseries and bistros will give any visitor a good sense of France’s
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20 June, 2017

The Cake Named after the Patron Saint of Pastry Chefs

The Cake Named after the Patron Saint of Pastry Chefs
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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksIn honor of France Week—our exploration into dressed-down French cuisine—Ghaya Olivera, of the fancy New York restaurant Daniel—has provided us with a simplified, home-friendly recipe for this iconic French dessert. Working at a French restaurant in New York City, we are always balancing a respect for tradition with a constant desire
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20 June, 2017

A 3-Step Tapenade That Will Have You Saying *Très Bon*

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Soul & Southern Food CookbooksRoaming about marketplaces in the South of France is a blaze of joyful colors and astounding perfumes. The heady smell of goat cheeses mixes with lavender sachets and Marseille soaps; spice and delicatessen stalls are squeezed between linens and Provençal nappes (the traditional bright-colored tablecloths with miniature botanical motifs—olives, lavender, sunflowers—or
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