20 French Recipes You Could Be Eating This Weekend

20 French Recipes You Could Be Eating This Weekend

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Sarah Rae Smith
Oct 1, 2010
Over the years we've collected quite a passel of French recipes in our archives. Some of them have been more classics in our households for years while others have long "French-ish" names that we can only hope to someday pronounce. Either way, they all look amazing and could be on your table for dinner tonight! Each of the recipes on this list have been tried, tested and suggested by all of us here at The Kitchn. The thought of making a single of them will make your mouth water. Don't be afraid of new techniques, ingredients or ideas. We promise they will all turn out amazing and your friends and family will be asking for seconds — and potentially thirds! All recipes listed below are pictured above in top to bottom, left to right fashion. Make sure you click on them all, you don't want to miss a must-have-dish before you head to the store for supper tonight! First Row, Left To RightPerfecting CanneléRecipe: Duck with Black Olives and Black Olive RisottoA Recipe from Provence: Nougat de MontélimarChocolate Bouchons from Thomas KellerSlow Cooker Recipe: Pot au Feu Second Row, Left To RightProvencale Mussels with Tomato, Garlic, Capers, and BasilQuick and Easy Recipe: Yogurt CakeQuebecois Feves au Lard, or Maple Baked BeansRecipe Recommendation: PipéradeCompotee d'Osso Buco Third Row, Left To RightCôte d'Azur: Piccata de Veau è la PoutargueHow To Make Sweet and Silky Crème Anglaise Sauce(Late) Springtime Soupe au PistouFennel, Lemon and Garlic ConfitWork-from-Home Lunch: Meatless Croque Madame Fourth Row, Left To RightDad's Authentic RatatouilleHow To Make Perfect Crêpes: 5 Tips from SuzetteZucchini and Olive Breakfast Cake, French-StyleHow To Make French Onion Soup at HomeRatatouille Related: Apples, Apricots, and Quince: 10 French-Inspired Tarts (Image: See links above for full image credits)
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