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Easy, versatile galettes bring Gallic flair to the table
Acorn squash provides the backbone for juicy, bitter radicchio with white balsamic vinegar and earthy, creamy camembert.
Meaty, rich maitake mushrooms work in concert with roasted tomatoes to make this galette reminiscent of your favorite mushroom pizza.
Loosely inspired by the flavors of zaalouk, a Moroccan eggplant salad, this galette features often-overlooked eggplant in all its charred glory.
With their generous, warm flavors, winter root vegetables are an excellent accent to sharp, tangy sheep’s milk cheeses like Pecorino Romano.
Sweet, mellow leeks present their flavor in a new way when mixed with coriander seed and fenugreek.
To cook with the king of French cheeses, make it the star.
Beets and blue cheese are a classic pair. This is a great side dish, or lovely lunch with some crusty bread.
These are the luxurious weekend treats you didn’t know you needed. Rich and tangy, they work with both sweet and savory accompaniments.
A savory crêpe is such a dreamy thing to treat yourself to, but stateside they are less common than their sweet cousins.
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