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The strawberries are back, it's time to sit down on the banks of the Seine and eat a strawberry pie or tartelette!

Originally, these little cakes were made in Lorraine by nuns in a convent.

After discovering the tradition of apéro in France, discover with us a recipe that can match your glass of wine! Indeed the tapenade is a Provencal recipe invented in 1880 in Marseille. It can be made with black or green olives.

Easter is coming soon! If you are tired of eating chocolate, you can choose the Brioche de Pâques :) 

These small round cakes with different tastes are very famous in France. The cake has existed since the Middle Ages but the idea of assembling the two parts with ganache in the middle appeared in Paris in 1830. 

Happy Valentine's Day to everyone! It is time to savor a cocktail especially for this day, mostly based on Champagne, this name comes from the region in the North-East of France...

This one is definitely a winter recipe! Aligot is a dish traditionally made in the south of Auvergne from melted Tomme cheese blended into mashed potatoes, often with garlic!

Every year in February, France observes La Chandeleur, (Candlemas in English). The day is dedicated to eating crêpes, so here is our favourite recipe!

Ratatouille is a bright, thick summer vegetable dish, rich in olive oil, a vegetable dish from the south of France, particularly from the Nice region. It’s perfect to bring some summer vibes to this cold weather.

An easy recipe for a delicious French style moelleux au chocolat (also called molten chocolate cake), with liquid chocolate inside that runs out when cut... Miam!

In France too we have Christmas cookies! These are very popular in the Christmas markets in Europe. With a good taste of cinnamon, simple and easy to make, they will delight the whole family for the festivities!

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