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Roasted Potato GaletteGalattes are hearty, rustic French pies that can be savory or sweet. After you season and roast sliced potatoes to a golden brown, add them to the simple pie crust. Sprinkle liberally with shredded cheddar and chives and crimp the edges of the crust around the filling. Bake for 15 minutes and serve piping hot with some Greek yogurt topping.
Bouillabaisse - Classic French Seafood SoupAre you a seafood aficionado? Then you will adore bouillabaisse, the classic French seafood soup. Don’t let its elegant presentation fool you, because it is a cinch to make! The tomato-based broth is seasoned with garlic, onions, and other savory spices. Cook generous chunks of white fish and prawns in the broth until done, and serve the soup with plenty of crusty bread.
French Peasant BeetsOriginally considered French “peasant food”, there is nothing paltry about the flavors of this dish! It is a mixture of sweet, tender beet slices, sautéed greens, and Swiss chard. Season it with salt, freshly-ground pepper, and a splash of white wine. It is marvelous when served with a mild cheese and warm baguettes.
Chocolate CroissantsLet them eat…chocolate croissants! Marie Antoinette may have insisted that the masses eat cake, but she would have adored these sweet delicacies. When you serve your astonished guests these elegant crescents of chocolaty goodness, only you will know the secret! You make them with store-bought puff pastry, chunks of dark chocolate, and a sprinkling of sea salt. Bon appetite!
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Check Out This Great Featured Menu: Saint Joseph's Day Feast
St. Joseph's Day is a feast day that falls on March 19 each year, and is observed by the Catholic and Lutheran churches. Saint Joseph is the husband to the Virgin Mary and the foster-father of Jesus Christ. In some Catholic countries including Italy, Saint Joseph's Day is also Father's Day. Why not celebrate this feast day, with a menu of Dad’s favorite Italian classics with a great bottle of wine.