Around the World Series | Tasty, Authentic French Recipes!

Around the World Series | Tasty, Authentic French Recipes!

Hey there, sewing friends! We hope you have been enjoying this "tasty" part of the "Around the World" series so far! ūüĆ欆For April, join us as we travel to one of the largest, most notorious countries in all of Europe, that specializes in culinary wonders: welcome to France! We thought we'd bring your taste buds on an adventure as well, as we go over some popular or traditional French dishes! Grab your berets, because we're in France this month to sightsee and enjoy some delicious authentic cuisine!

1. Baguettes

Baguettes are a major part of French cuisine and this long, thin loaf of crusty bread in particular, is a staple of French meals.  It’s also perfect for making sandwiches. Pass the bread please! 

2. Pot-au-feu

Pot-au-feu is a traditional French family meal.  It includes a savory beef stew cooked with various delicious vegetables as well as flavorful oxtail and marrowbone meat! 

 3. Bouillabaisse

If you have a liking for fish, then give Bouillabaisse a try! This dish is a mouthwatering fish stew from Marseille, and it contains at least three different kinds of fish or shellfish! Yum!

4. Crepes

I hope you saved room for dessert! To top off our scrumptious 4 course meal, we are being served some delicious crepes! These thin pancakes are prevalent throughout Europe and the best thing about them is that they can be topped with a whole variety of different sauces or fillings! You can either go sweet or savory!

There are so many delicious recipes to choose from which is why it was hard to choose only a few dishes for this list! We hope you decide to stick around for next month's adventure "Around the World" as we look to expand your palate trying delicious, authentic foods! Au revior, mes amis!

-Kierra from Sallie Tomato

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