The Last Supper: Chicken Cordon Bleu
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The Last Supper: Chicken Cordon Bleu

Although this dish touts the name of the “most famous cooking school in the world” they don’t claim credit and think it probably came from Germany. Side note: it’s a true irony that when you tell anyone French about Le Cordon Bleu Cooking School, they cock their heads to the side and say “Le Quoi”? … Continue reading

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Filet de Boeuf Bourguignon
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Filet de Boeuf Bourguignon

As we prepare to leave the Chateau, I’m busy trying to savour every little bit. I’ve been noticing all the architectural details, the ancient stone walls (3 feet thick!) and we took some time to sit out on the lawn in les transats, enjoy the sun and drink chilled rose. Keeping with the theme, I … Continue reading

Salmon Pecan Crunch
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Salmon Pecan Crunch

A tasty way to give a gluten-free “breading” to salmon. I thought I had received this recipe from my Aunt Dawna, but when I emailed it to her she said “It’s far different from the one that I make” so it’s origin is a mystery… I didn’t have breadcrumbs and so ta-da! A gluten-free recipe! Continue reading