Croquembouche How-To Guide

Where does the croquembouche comes from? The invention of the croquembouche ( also named croque-en-bouche in French which could be translated as “a crunchy bite”) is often attributed to Antonin Carême,who includes it in his 1815 cookbook Le Pâtissier royal parisien, but it is mentioned as early as 1806, in André Viard’s culinary encyclopedia Le…

The French Pantry: essentials ingredients

Following My live session on YouTube where I talked about what are the essential ingredient you should be stocking in your pantry if you are a French food enthusiast.  here is a list to get you started. This list of ingredients will allow prepare a wide array of  French fish  meat recipes. Dairy products: French…

French Madeleines

If you have you ever wanted to know how to make the real and authentic looking french madeleines then this recipe is for you. in order to get those perfect looking little madeleine cake you need know a few little secrets, use the right madeleine and have a recipe that works. and this is exactly…

French Style Lemon Tart

The French Style Lemon Tart is another delicious dessert whose popularity extends beyond French borders. It is made out of a creamy and buttery cream infused with a sharp lemon flavour. The  filling (similar to a lemon custard) is typically poured into a pre-baked homemade sweet and biscuity shortcrust pastry shell. However, we shouldn’t forget…