Poulet aux Quarante Gousses d’Ail

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

A deliciously simple roast chicken, served with garlic cloves and crunchy bread.

Oysters with Champagne Sabayon

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

A luxourious combination of two incredibly decadent ingredients.

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.

Blanquette de Veau Debout

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

This is a very traditional dish, a veal casserole, where the veal is cooked with vegetables in a light stock and then at the end a very creamy sauce is made up and the whole thing gets mixed together.

Chestnut Soup with Smoked Butter and Bacon Garnish

From: Trish's French Country Kitchen

If you are really keen on preparing your soup from scratch, then the autumn is the time to buy fresh chestnuts.

Pain Bagnat Salad in a Sandwich

From: Trish's French Country Kitchen

This is a bit of a cheat, not really cooking at all, unless you count boiling the beans and the quail's eggs. Traditionally it is regarded as a lunchtime filler for hungry workers in the fields, probably washed down with a jug of robust local wine.

Mussel and Tomato Stew

From: Trish's French Country Kitchen

This sauce is really the dish. You could use it with pasta or with any white fish but here we use mussels

White Chocolate Mille Feuille with Raspberries and Ganache

From: Trish's Mediterranean Kitchen

For people who take their chocolate very seriously...

A Creamy Vegetable Soup

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

A really easy way to start off a chic meal with something colourful and full of flavour is to serve a vegetable soup. I serve it with a salsa on top, which gives it a bit more flavour and makes it a bit more interesting.

French Onion Soup

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

This soup, originally from Lyon, is as tasty as it is revitalising.




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