Dunkin’ Donuts? Dunk these churros instead. These tasty pastries have fans worldwide: In Spain they are served simply with a cup of thick, rich, chocolate for your dunking pleasure, across Latin America they are a popular street food, and in the US you will frequently find them rolled in cinnamon sugar. However you take your… Read More »
Rebecca is a San Francisco native and recent Tufts grad. She grew up savoring San Francisco’s eclectic food scene, eating any and all world cuisine she could get her hands on, particularly the Chinese home cooking of her grandparents. Rebecca picked up the pots and pans herself at the age of 12, and hasn’t set them down since. She is currently trying her hand at ex-pat life Saumur, France, as a teaching assistant through TAPIF. Naturally, she is extensively sampling the local products of the Pays de la Loire, her temporary region of residence, and developing a high tolerance for cream and rich meats. Talk to her about terrine!
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Recipes & Blog Posts
A pocket of pizza is a pretty loveable item, especially when you throw in Jonathan’s step-by-step photos on how to make from-scratch calzones. From his homemade red-sauce for the sausage and pepper calzones to the folding process, he shot and explained it all. Making dough can seem like a big deal, but pizza dough can… Read More »
The crêpe has the well-deserved title of “classic” – the thin pancakes have been delighting eaters for centuries. Originally from Brittany, a peninsular region in Northwest France, crêpes are traditionally accompanied by a class of hard cider – another regional specialty. Nancy’s well-tested recipe is a testament to the elegant simplicity of crêpes: 6 basic… Read More »
The prospect of turning shells into dinner can be intimidating. But today we’re here to take the mystery out of mussels, and to share the joys of just how easy it can be to prepare this fruit of the sea at home. Mussels have many perks: they are less expensive than other sea foods such… Read More »
It’s easy to hit the winter produce doldrums. With snow and frigid temperatures abound, anything actually growing at this time of year can be hard to believe. Luckily for us and our vitamin levels, there are plenty of hearty fruits and veggies out there, from greens to oranges. We’ve compiled a guide to some of… Read More »
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