Salade Niçoise

From: Summer Suppers

This is surely the most famous and argued-over salad in the world. My idea for deconstructing my Salade Niçoise is to present all the elements separately. The purists say there shouldn't be any vegetables at all, but I am used to having green beans and potatoes in my version. Just tell yourself you are not from Nice, and go wherever your taste takes you.

Moules Marinière

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

Moules marinière is a fast, classic dish which kids will love, especially when they get a nice plate of chips alongside it.

Fresh Fillet of Sea Bass with Fennel and Pastis

From: Trish's Mediterranean Kitchen

This dish enhances the lovely flavours of pastis.

White Chocolate Mille Feuille with Raspberries and Ganache

From: Trish's Mediterranean Kitchen

For people who take their chocolate very seriously...

Apricot and Vanilla Jam

From: Trish's French Country Kitchen

Sometimes eating a fresh apricot is a little disappointing, but when the flavour intensifies through the jam making process, then I think it is out there on its own. The season for fresh apricots comes and goes before you know where you are, but if you are lucky enough to land on a glut of this rather unusual fruit, it's well worth making a decent quantity of jam.

‘Tripe a la Marseillese’

From: Trish's Mediterranean Kitchen

A lovely tasty dish with very, very simple ingredients.

Goat's Cheese Tart with Red Onion Confit

From: Trish's Mediterranean Kitchen

You can take my word for it: everybody loves this recipe.

Leftover Croissants with a Béchamel Sauce

From: Summer Suppers

I have two or three sauce recipes I use to take care of any tired or slightly dried out croissants and this is one of my favourites. The sauce is easy, fast and very tasty.

Salade Niçoise

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

This is surely the most famous and argued over salad in the world. My idea for deconstructing my Salade Niçoise is to present all the elements separately. The purists say there shouldn't be any vegetables at all but I am used to having green beans and potatoes in my version. Just tell yourself you are not from Nice, and go wherever your taste takes you.

French Onion Soup

From: Summer Suppers

Originally from Lyons, onion soup was made popular during the 19th Century by Parisian market workers in Les Halles. Traditionally served after a nuit blanche (sleepless night) because of its supposed ability to quickly dissipate the effects of alcohol, it is an invigorating and revitalising soup.




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