website statistics
Home Free Recipes

French Recipes
 
 Displaying Videos 181-200 of 276
[First]   <Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  Next>   [Last]
Emeril Lagasse's Coq Au Vin Blanc Emeril Lagasse's Coq Au Vin Blanc
Rachael Ray gets treated to a lesson in making Coq Au Vin Blanc from Emeril Lagasse.
2:43
By: The Rachael Ray Show
David Burke's Potato Peel Au Gratin Casserole David Burke's Potato Peel Au Gratin Casserole
Don't throw out those potato peels! Chef David Burke shows you how to turn them into a potato peel au gratin casserole.
5:45
By: The Rachael Ray Show
Make a Dried Fig and Ricotta Tartine Make a Dried Fig and Ricotta Tartine
Forget cream cheese and chèvre in the morning '“ use ricotta for brunch tartines. Its sweet milkiness and smooth consistency makes the perfect bed for dried fruits and savory herbs. Oh, and we'll let you in on a secret: this recipe is also perfect for lunch and entertaining.
1:03
By: Obsev Food
How to Make Nutty French Toast How to Make Nutty French Toast
Chef Bruce Davis from the Black Bear Inn shows how to make an easy version of French toast with a nutty twist.
3:09
By: KTXL
Roquefort Quiche Recipe Roquefort Quiche Recipe
You'll never want to make another quiche after watching The Savory's Chef Drew make this roquefort recipe.
4:12
By: Obsev Food
How to Make French Madeleines How to Make French Madeleines
Chef Karen Stiegler demonstrates how to make french madeleines, a traditional French small cake.
3:17
By: MonkeySee.com - Food
How to Make a Classic Béchamel Sauce
Watch The Savory's Chef Drew prepare Béchamel, one of the five classic French mother sauces, and pair it with a tasty dish.
3:16
By: Obsev Food
How to Make a Homemade Broccoli and Salmon Quiche How to Make a Homemade Broccoli and Salmon Quiche
In this episode of 'The Tasty Tenner,' Tess Ward shows you how to make a cheap and tasty family classic: salmon and broccoli quiche. Once you know the basic recipe you can add anything to it!
6:13
By: Scoff
How to Cook Croque Monsieur How to Cook Croque Monsieur
Take your ham-and-cheese sandwich to the next level with this 20-minute recipe.
1:01
By: My Recipes
How to Make Egg Florentine How to Make Egg Florentine
Chef Rich Harris shows you how to rustle up the tastiest hollendaise source and make perfect poached eggs in this episode of our Bring On The Brunch series. Eggs florentine is the ultimate brunch dish, and once you know the basics you can adapt it to make tasty eggs benedict and eggs royale as well!
8:13
By: Scoff
Five Home-Made French Dishes Five Home-Made French Dishes
Save money on that plane ticket to Paris by indulging in these favorite French dishes at home.
2:30
By: My Recipes
French Dishes For Your Bastille Day Celebration French Dishes For Your Bastille Day Celebration
The Executive Chef of French restaurant Comme Ça, Brian Howard, shows off some traditional French cuisine.
3:27
By: KTLA
Classic Coq Au Vin Recipe Classic Coq Au Vin Recipe
The classic French dish is given the Jonny Marsh treatment in this episode of our retro food series. The favourite dinner party dish of the 70s is brought up to today by the young and talented chef, who shows you the easy steps to creating this popular recipe, with a side order of parsnip crisps!
7:29
By: Scoff
How to Make Aioli Sauce How to Make Aioli Sauce
Chef Amy Riolo demonstrates how to make aioli sauce.
1:00
By: MonkeySee.com - Food
Sauce Espagnole: Make Your Own Classic Sauces Sauce Espagnole: Make Your Own Classic Sauces
This week, learn how to make classic French sauces. Watch The Savory's Chef Drew make Sauce Espagnole, a deep and classic brown sauce.
5:14
By: Obsev Food
How to Make Chocolate-Filled Croissants How to Make Chocolate-Filled Croissants
Here is an award-winning recipe by Caitlin Jones, which utilizes high-quality chocolate stuffed inside croissants.
3:36
By: WGN
'Haute Cuisine' 'Haute Cuisine'
If there's anyone who knows how to cook, it's the French. The story of Danièle Delpeuch, chef to former President François Mitterrand, is brought to life in the new film "Haute Cuis 3a93 ine" and she joins to teach us how to eat like the crème de la crème.
11:26
By: HuffPost Live Segments
Danièle Delpeuch On Women In The Food Industry Danièle Delpeuch On Women In The Food Industry
Danièle Delpeuch, chef to former President François Mitterrand, joins Marc to talk about women in the food industry.
1:55
By: HuffPost Live Highlights
Danièle Delpeuch On Julia Child Danièle Delpeuch On Julia Child
Danièle Delpeuch, chef to former President François Mitterrand, joins Marc to talk about meeting Julia Child.
1:10
By: HuffPost Live Highlights
Cristina Ferrare's Boeuf A La Nicoise Recipe Cristina Ferrare's Boeuf A La Nicoise Recipe
"Home & Family" prep chef Hayley Christopher joins Cristina in the kitchen to help prepare Boeuf A La Nicoise. Inspired from Suzanne Goin's "Sunday Suppers at Lucques," this recipe is a beautiful marriage of marinated short ribs and buttered noodles.
5:47
By: Hallmark Channel
[First]   <Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  Next>   [Last]

Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


Cook Smart © 2015 | About This Site | Privacy policy | Try our toolbar