Herbed Fougasse: A French Flatbread with Natural Style

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Fougasse is a beautiful French flatbread that is similar to Italian focaccia. Typically shaped and designed to look like a rustic leaf, it’s perfect served warm from the oven, torn into pieces, and eaten with oil and vinegar. Try Foodal’s version, mixed with fresh rosemary and thyme. Learn how to make it now.

Heavenly Cream Puffs Are the Perfect Party Treat!

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Need something special to serve for dessert? We have the perfect recipe for you! This classic French pastry is made from a unique dough translated as “cabbage paste.” When baked, it becomes light, crispy, and airy. Filled with sweetened whipped cream, sprinkled with powdered sugar, and served with berries, it’s absolutely divine. Read more on Foodal to get this heavenly party treat.

Tackling a Classic French Dessert: The Creamiest Creme Brulee

A serving of perfect creme brulee. | Foodal.com

Learn to make the classic French dessert, a super creamy creme brulee with a perfectly caramelized sugar topping. Our vanilla bean recipe is simple, but there are plenty of ways to mix up the flavors. From dark chocolate to coffee and earl grey tea, the options are nearly limitless. Get the recipe now on Foodal and give it a try at home!

French Cooking with Flair: 11 Basic Techniques For Every Kitchen

Improve your skills in the kitchen with our glossary of French culinary terms, from A to Z. | Foodal.com

French cooking has a well-deserved reputation of producing exquisite flavors, with delightful sauces, puffy pastries, and rich ingredients. But it doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming. Join us for a look at some of the basic techniques that will help you to save time in the kitchen – they’re simple to learn and easy to apply for delicious meals any night of the week!

Bake Your Own Baguettes at Home

Bake Your Own Baguettes | Foodal.com

Anyone can shape their own baguettes at home. With just a few quick steps, you can have this iconic French loaf on your dinner table tonight! Serve with a steaming hot pot of soup or alongside a cheese board. Whether using sourdough or a dough made with fast rising yeast, it’s simple to form the long, thin loaf. Read more now on Foodal!