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two tartines

I served this week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe, Two Tartines from La Croix Rouge, for breakfast. Here’s why that’s not weird. So I’m sure everyone has encountered the occasional continental breakfast in their lifetime. Usually these are fairly lackluster … Continue reading

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in season now: late summer edition

Last week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe, Corn Soup, was a sharp reminder that corn is not a native european crop. While all the other FFwD crew talked of overflowing bins full of fresh local corn, I was happy to … Continue reading

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short ribs in red wine and port

I am catching up with previously completed French Fridays with Dorie recipes and up this week is Short Ribs in Red Wine & Port. I’ll keep this short. I think that this was probably a very good recipe for short … Continue reading

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expat cravings

Last week’s French Fridays with Dorie hamburger recipe got me discussing expat cravings with a few of my fellow american expats. Though tastes and even regional foods in the US are different, our general list of top foods we miss … Continue reading

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salmon and potatoes in a jar

We Americans have accepted canned tuna, sometimes even sardines and anchovies, but that seems to be about it for mainstream canned fish. German supermarkets, however, have entire shelves dedicated to canned, jarred, pickled, smoked, and cured fish of all colors. … Continue reading

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