Pork Chops Gratinee Recipe
David Scott AllenMain CoursePorkRecipesTaste

Pork Chops Gratinée Recipe Inspired by Cabbage Soup

I posted one of my favorite recipes for a Baked Cabbage Soup; it is an addictive combination of pancetta, bread, cabbage, and cheese. More recently, Susan (from the Provence WineZine) shared a recipe for Pork Chops Gratinée, which really reminded me of the soup.

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Soupe d'epeautre #TastesofProvence @CocoaandLavender
David Scott AllenRecipesSoupTaste

Hearty Grain Soup with Petit Épeautre

A warm, hearty and filling soup that can be served on a summer day as easily as it can be on a cold winter’s eve.

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Remy's ratatouille #TastesofProvence @CocoaandLavender
David Scott AllenRecipesSide DishTaste

Provencal Ratatouille the French Laundry Way

A breathtaking display of deliciousness that could rival any of the old French Masters. This variation of Ratatouille speaks for itself. Artistically arranged tomatoes, peppers and eggplant bond together for a wonderful taste sensation topped with a refreshing vinaigrette followed by a drizzle of rich crema balsamica.

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Boeuf Bourgignon @CocoaandLavender
BeefDavid Scott AllenMain CourseRecipesTaste

A Provencal Variation of Boeuf Bourguignon

Beef (Boeuf) Bourguignon is a traditional dish from the Burgundy region in France, but really can be made with any decent red wine. David’s variation makes it a little more Provencal.

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Cambozola and fig flatbread @CocoaandLavender
David Scott AllenLunchtime MealsRecipesTaste

Fall Recipe Cambozola and Fig Flatbread

A warm and toasty lavash (sheet flatbread) covered in bold creamy Cambozola cheese and figs with fresh thyme and pine nuts baked to perfection.

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coq au vin #TastesofProvence @CocoaandLavender
David Scott AllenMain CoursePoultryRecipesTaste

French Bistro Coq au Vin

The epitome of classic French dishes, slow roasted braised chicken in a deep rich red wine sauce teeming with wild mushrooms and bacon (lardon).

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financier aux courgettes @GoutetVoyage
AppetizerMartine Bertin-PetersonRecipesTaste

A perfect late summer appetizer – Financiers aux Courgettes (Zucchini Financiers)

Financiers aux Courgettes – little zucchini cakes – fit the pot luck bill perfectly. Typically in French cuisine, a financier is a small, airy cake, often with an almond flour base, that is eaten for dessert. I prefer savoury financiers which lend themselves to a myriad of combinations – sausage and cheese, spinach and cheese, olive, walnuts and cheese

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pate au thon #TastesofProvence @CocoaandLavender
AppetizerDavid Scott AllenRecipesTaste

Easy Tuna Appetizer: Pâté au Thon

In David’s Cocoa and Lavender post for Pâté au Thon he turns ordinary canned tuna into a masterpiece. The full recipe is below for what might just become your go-to “impress the guests” appetizer.

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