By: Kristina Vanni
of Better Recipes
Coq Au Vin (literally “rooster in red wine”) is one of the most famous French dishes and a beloved comfort food from the Burgundy region. It was originally considered peasant food, although it was taken to new heights in the United States when Julia Child featured Coq Au Vin in her 1961 Mastering the Art of French Cooking.
By: Susan Whetzel
The Napoleon is a daunting recipe, but once it’s been made, even once, you’ll know exactly why it was worth every turn of the buttery dough. Flaky pastry, stacked impressively tall, and filled with fresh berries and a delectable pastry cream are the trademarks of this particular Napoleon.
By: Maria & Josh Lichty
of Two Peas and Their Pod
Last month KitchenAid sponsored the first Big Traveling Potluck in Southern California. The Big Traveling Potluck is not your typical blog conference; it is an event that focuses on community, inspiration, fun, and of course good food.
By: Sharon, Pam & Maggy
of Three Many Cooks
For years I made French cassoulet, that sausage, duck, and lamb-studded white bean casserole the classic way. Before assembly and the final bake, I’d cook the pork-flavored beans, braise the lamb, simmer the broth, and confit the duck. This dish was a serious commitment. My challenge was to simplify it, so I could make this
By: The KitchenAid Team
This year for Mother’s Day, KitchenAid teamed up with several of our blogging partners to encourage readers and fans to “Cook for Mom.” As part of our long-standing relationship with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, we worked with the bloggers to spread awareness for our Cook for the Cure® program.
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