..Love your curves, ya’ll!
Today is La Fête Nationale – the National Day of France! We’ve put together a little pique-nique français to celebrate…We’ve got Gainsbourg blaring, brûlées baking, a fresh Strawberry and Mozzarella Salad and a classic Pissaladière from the Sunny south of France.
This punchy number is herbaceous, tart and garlicky with a little bonus chilli after burn.
Here’s a couple of recipes for your World Cup Semifinal Round 2 enjoyment – a culturally appropriate version of the global sports viewing snack of choice (pastry filled with meat), followed by a little sweet treat.
Here’s a little menu to celebrate the first round of the 2014 World Cup semifinals – German Bretzels and Moqueca de Piexe (Brazilian Fish Stew).
A pizza is worth a thousand words.Pizza in the Wild is a series by LA-based photographer Jonpaul Douglass. He’s been papping pepperoni in various joints around town.
You can’t really go wrong with these little freeform pastries – just about every fruit imaginable atop pastry and almond cream is generous and delicious. Illustration by Georgie Thompson
With Tour de France in full flight, we’re celebrating all things French this week with Bardot as #fridayfoodfox, a Bastille day picnic banquet and a Tasty Tune compilation of sultry 60′s French pop, reverb-drenched freakbeat – Sexy, sweet and strange.. Mangez-moi!
White fish and avocado are a match made in heaven. This soup is light and fresh and can be served an a entree or a main, hot or cold. It is the perfect soup to serve at a afternoon spring time lunch with a nice glass of Riesling.
This retro number is a vegetarian-friendly pâté, and is just as rich and umami as it’s offal-inclusive affiliates.
This is a beautiful photo shoot that appeared in German magazine Brigitte, and was found on a lovely blog, Dietlind Wolf.