Monday, June 9, 2014

Food Of The World: France

Welcome to our tour of Food of The World, this month we are in France. We have wonderful memories of our time in France. Traveling through the country side stopping in the little villages and enjoying the local food of the people of France. The fresh vegetables and wines of the beautiful country and the rustic dishes created by the farm wives. France is the center of world famous cuisine and some of the food traditions we enjoy here in America come from France. I am happy to present two of our favorite rustic French dishes for the tour today.





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5 comments:

  1. You need to link both of these recipes up... I love your soup. I am always looking for lighter recipes this time of year and cassoulet Texas style is just an awesome fusion dish.

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  2. I can picture us enjoying the cassoulet while sitting in a farm house in France. Just perfect.

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  3. I can never get enough soup! These recipes look awesome Miz Helen. I think I'll start with the summer soup..

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  4. Thanks for challenging me with a French recipe! I learned how to make gluten-free profiteroles just for this post and they're magnifique! I can't wait to see which country you pick next.

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  5. Hi Miz Helen, it's been a while since I've visited or linked up with your blog. I see something new added...Food of the World; sounds and looks so chic, and fabulous, this time with French inspired dishes. Love your summer soup with the Pistou and your French Cassoulet, Texas style. So colorful, and absolutely delicious!I
    It would be nice to see your lovely inspirational dishes on Pinterest which I'm so addicted to. Will be back soon, to check out your latest at the Cottage!
    Have a wonderful weekend...and thank you for your sweet and kind words on my blog!

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Miz Helen