What's Cooking This Weekend?

Weekend of October 2-3, 2010

What's cooking this weekend? Are you inspired to make a soufflé, or some little cakes? We hope you've enjoyed French Week as much as we have — there's so much to talk about, we barely touched a fraction of it. So tell us what you're inspired to cook this weekend, and take a look at a few of our favorite posts from the past week.

Free fizzy water in Paris, and amazing butter in Normandy.

• A little Eiffel Tower for your kitchen, as well as French rolling pins.

Gorgeous French stoves (don't miss the beautiful red Lacanche in Paule Caillat's kitchen, too).

Weeknight pasta with a Southern French twist.

• Have you ever eaten a husk cherry?

• Is this the best hot chocolate on earth? Pair it up with a batch of perfect sweet crêpes.

• The French trio: Omelets, onion soup, and soufflés.

• A salty, saucy French brunch.

• A taste of Basque country and a taste of Alsace-Lorraine.

Le Creuset as kitchen art.

Have a happy weekend, and don't forget to drop by this weekend for Dana's weekend meditation, and for a roundup of our around-the-world cooking this past month.

(Image: Faith Durand from Paule Caillat's cooking class)