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Crêpes with Ricotta and Berry Filling
French cuisine features a collection of classic recipes ranging from rustic to haute cuisine. One of the most internationally recognized recipes from France is a popular dish from Brittany - wafer-thin crêpes. Made with only a few ingredients, the French Crêpe is easy to prepare, and just requires a bit of practice. Crêpes are often enjoyed filled and topped with a variety of sweet to savory ingredients. Our crêpes recipe showcases a traditionally sweet favorite filled with ricotta and berries.
Roasted Veal with Braised Onions
Roasted veal is a dish that has been enjoyed throughout the world for centuries. Its texture and mild flavor make it easy to prepare and enjoy in a variety of ways. This recipe features a mildly hot mustard sear, for a spiciness that is tempered when cooked in the oven in its own juices. The result is a depth of flavor that is complemented with braised red onions.
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Lemon Lentil Soup with Ras el Hanout and Sour Cream
It is impossible to imagine Indian and Arabic cuisine without the little, multi-talented lentil. This lentil soup recipe paired with Ras el Hanout, a delicious spice blend, makes for a light soup full of flavor.
Crispy Vegan Spring Rolls - Flavored with coriander, lime and hot peppers
In Vietnam, fried spring rolls are traditionally served at celebratory events and family reunions, usually accompanied by a spicy sauce and fresh salad. Today fried spring rolls are a worldwide culinary phenomenon.
This version has a special vegetarian filling featuring Wood Ear mushrooms. They have a fine texture, and the small, black mushrooms absorb and compliment the aromas of the ingredients with which they are prepared. Wood Ear mushrooms grow on trees and are slightly purple in their fresh state, so they are sometimes called elderberry mushrooms – or cloud mushrooms, because of their shape.