I use only alcohol-free wine in my cooking, and ALL my recipes are gluten-free. Sometimes that comes from substituting a GF flour mix or bread, but sometimes it’s with a combination of almond powder and corn starch or other flours. The really easy recipes have a star in front.


* Foie Gras Pops

Fried Zucchini Flowers

Hors d’Oeuvres

Gluten-Free (and low-carb) Onion Rings

Rillettes aux Deux Salmons



Cake aux Lardons (Bacon Bread)

Gougères (Cheese Puffs)

Yoghurt Cake



Apple Tart

Apricot Almond Tart

Baked Alaska – Gluten-free

Brownie Moelleux

Carrot-Beet Cupcakes

Cherry Clafoutis

Gluten-Free Chocolate Eclairs

Gluten-Free Chocolat Fondant

Gluten-Free Galette des Rois (King’s Cake) à la Frangipane

Ladurée Macarons

Lemon Tart


Sugar-Free Mocha Espresso Macarons

Mint Chocolate Pudding

Mocha Brownie Cake


Paris-Brest Pâtisserie (GF)

Peach Tart with Raspberry-Almond Cream


Peanut Butter (sugar free) Teff Cookies

Red Pepper Mousse

Strawberry Tart

Vanilla Snow Cupcakes

Vanilla Toffee Flan



Blanquette de Veau (Veal Stew)

Carmelized Filet Mignon of Porc

Chicken Tajine

Cottage Pie

Creamy Tarragon Chicken

Crockpot Boeuf Bourgignon

Duck à l’Orange

Easy Lasagna

Leg of Lamb

Rabbit Stew

Roast Chicken

Sole Meunière (breaded, lemon fish)

* Steak With Blue Cheese Sauce

Tartiflette - (this is a big favourite – think wine, brie, cream, bacon and potatoes)

Tomato Farcie over Rice

Marinated Turkey Leg



30-Minute Zucchini Soup

Brussel Sprouts in Orange-Cream Sauce

Carrot Ginger Soup

Creamy Chive Cucumbers

French Onion Soup

Glazed Carrots

Green Salad with Dijon Mustard Dressing

 Honey-Mustard Pumpkin Soup

Lentil Soup

Mushroom Soup

Potato-Leek Soup

La Purée (Vegetable Soup)

Quiche Lorraine

Salade Niçoise

Salade Paysanne

 * White Winter Salad



Buckwheat Galettes

Dijon Mustard Tart

Eggplant Gratin

Endives in Béchamel

French Scalloped Potatoes




Etiquette on Serving and Eating French Cheese

How to Cook and Eat Artichokes

How to Cook With Herbs

How to Make Chai Tea from scratch

How to Prepare and Eat Crab

How to Make Rice

La Raclette

Making Jam


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