• An Imagined Menu for Julia Child on Bastille Day - Bastille Day

    2 monthes ago - By The Kitchn

    Julia Child was many things - an author, an educator, a television personality, an excellent cook, and a missionary for good food for all. She was more than just television's The French Chef - she was the most significant emissary for French cooking of the 20th century. Her extensive knowledge (she had studied at the finest professional culinary school under strict chefs in Paris after World War II) and her naturally expansive and encouraging personality made her the perfect person to demystify for Americans the power of French technique and the wonders of French cooking at a time when...
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  • Celebrate Bastille Day with Macarons at Savannah's Café M French Cafe

    Celebrate Bastille Day with Macarons at Savannah's Café M French Cafe

    2 monthes ago - By Honest Cooking

    Celebrate Bastille Day with macarons at a French café in Savannah.
    Aromas of warm butter and standing tall baguettes greeted me as I entered the river front French bistro Café M in Savannah. In this southern town known for its hospitality and low country cooking, the café combines the charming qualities of the South in a French manner.
    Located over a foot bridge and with an outdoor patio, I stepped inside and took my time to look around at the French décor. Small round tables with cane backed chairs and people leisurely eating quiche and sipping cappuccino was reminiscent of a European...
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