A Guide To Food And Eating In France

But this is one that I've been eying for quite some time. And when I saw it sitting on the store shelf by itself with its price tag slashed three times, I knew it was time to take action.



Use a crock pot or slow cooker hearty beef stew for cooking. It'll use less electricity and won't heat up your kitchen too much (overheating can make your air conditioner work harder).

This is one of life's great pleasures. To this day I still remember being at Tamaki Primary School in New Zealand and being transported by the smell of the pies arriving for school lunch, the aroma wafting down the hall and cutting through our attention spans like an oxy-acetylene torch applied to a block of butter.

Marinades for meats are a great way to learn how herbal blends can enhance the flavor and texture of meat. Just remember to use an acidic liquid such as apple cider vinegar, lemon juice or orange juice to marinade the meat with the herbs and spices.

Before I jump into the good stuff, I'd like to send a shout out to Jess Williamson from Butter with a Side of Bread. I used her awesome Best CrockPot beef stew Recipe as a framework for building mine. Thank you!

We each had a cocktail and entree. When we finished the meal, the waiter removed the plates, inquired if we would care for dessert or another cocktail. He did this several times and he slow cooker beef bourguignon finally asked if we would like our check. The checks, not including tip, were over $30. When adding the tip, the meal cost for the 2 couples was close to $75.

On Sunday they have the addition of a brunch menu that offers breakfast crepes with poached, scrambled or fried eggs. The bacon is thick cut, the home fries are excellent and the coffee is hot beef for stew fresh. What more could you want on a Sunday morning?

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