Tag: French Style

More Time, French Style:  Slow Cooker French Pork Stew with White Beans

More Time, French Style: Slow Cooker French Pork Stew with White Beans

 

Looking for Thanksgiving posts on More Time?  Basics/Organization.   Starters, Soups, Sides.  Gluten Free+Vegan Thanksgiving  (Baking post in process–coming up soon.)

If you’ve been following the blog, you’ll know I have a stack of much-loved French cookbooks that are surely the stuff of which dreams are made…well, at least my dreams.  I’m not as much of an armchair cookbook reader as some, though there is always a stack next to my reading chair–even at Christmas. Maybe especially at Christmas. (List of said books upcoming on a blog page. I promise.)

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More Time, French Style:  One-Pan Pork Tenderloin with Apples, Potatoes, and Dijon-Calvados Sauce

More Time, French Style: One-Pan Pork Tenderloin with Apples, Potatoes, and Dijon-Calvados Sauce

When one thinks of French food, probably things like wine, cheese, croissants, baguettes, fruit tarts, foie gras, French fries, Coq au Vin, or fill in the blank come to mind.  I’m here to tell you that those things are assuredly there and in spades; you’d be right.

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A Tale of Two Stews: Boeuf Bourguignon and Colorado Green Chile Beef Stew with Butternut Squash (More Time, French Style and Colorado Local)

A Tale of Two Stews: Boeuf Bourguignon and Colorado Green Chile Beef Stew with Butternut Squash (More Time, French Style and Colorado Local)

You may not share my approach to living.  I’m most happy and feel terribly rich when there’s a big pot of something luscious bubbling on the stove–especially on a snowy day.

Enough to feed 12 is about right.  And maybe there’s a bottle of wine airing on the table with glasses perched just within reach. A fresh baguette wafting its bouquet throughout the kitchen. Salted butter, of course. Paris Café music on the Bose, as we’re just back from France:

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