Tuesday’s Taste – July 10, 2012
As we approach Bastille Day (July 14) – the French national holiday commemorating the beginning of the French Revolution – we couldn’t think of a better reason to share some tasty updates to traditional French dishes.
Gorgonzola and Caramelized Onion Appetizer – Pillsbury.com
Begin your Bastille Day meal with some sweet caramelized onions and powerful blue cheese on crusty baguette. Remember, just a little bit of Gorgonzola cheese goes a long way and its robust flavor is balanced out by the mellow onions.
Julia Child’s Coq au Vin – Tablespoon.com
Tablespoon.com blogger Michelle W. serves up Julia’s most famous French dish. Chicken with wine isn’t difficult or complicated, just delicious.
French Crepes Suzette – BettyCrocker.com
Finish your meal with the classic, simple dessert. Paper-thin and tender pancakes, with a sweet orange sauce.
In the immortal words of Julia Child, “Bon appetit!”
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