Cauliflower Salad Cilantro Pesto
Cook'n with ClassProvencal RecipesSide DishTaste: Food & Drink

Super Sides: Cauliflower Salad with Cilantro Pesto

But, at Cook’n with Class we are not concerned about culinary superstars rather easy to follow recipes with delicious results.  Try this side dish of Cauliflower Salad with Cilantro Pesto with your Thanksgiving turkey or Christmas spread.

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Le Pistou Cookery School Uzès Baked Ratatouille Tian
Provencal RecipesSide DishTaste: Food & Drink

Baked Ratatouille Tian Recipe Le Pistou Uzès

This recipe for a baked ratatouille tian combines layers of summer (estival) vegetables in an earthenware dish. You can vary the ingredients depending on what is available. This version of a traditional, Provencal side-dish comes from the kitchen at le Pistou Cookery School in Uzès.

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Provencal Baked Potatoes
Martine Bertin-PetersonProvencal RecipesSide DishTaste: Food & Drink

Easy Side Dish Provencal Baked Potatoes

This easy dish of Provencal baked potatoes is a perfect companion to eat with roasted lamb shanks, rabbit in a mustard sauce, a lemon thyme trout, or a pork tenderloin.

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Provencal Artichokes Goat Cheese Tapenade Recipe
François de MélogueProvencal RecipesSide DishTaste: Food & Drink

Provencal Artichokes Stuffed with Goat Cheese and Tapenade

Artichokes Stuffed with Goat Cheese and Tapenade. The combination of fresh artichokes, goat cheese and tapenade translate into “Provence in a bite” to be enjoyed with some chilled rosé.

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Artichokes à la Barigoule Provencal Recipe
Provencal RecipesSide DishTaste: Food & DrinkViktorija Todorovska

Artichokes à la Barigoule a Classic Provencal Recipe

When perky artichokes announce the arrival of warmer weather, it is time to revisit Artichokes à la Barigoule a Provençal delight, rich, flavorful and complex. Fresh artichokes are usually available in local markets from spring through late summer. The garlic, carrots and fresh herbs give the dish its flavour. You can make this dish vegetarian by omitting the bacon.

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Fresh Market White Asparagus Gratin @Cocoa&Lavender
David Scott AllenProvencal RecipesSide DishTaste: Food & Drink

White Asparagus Gratin a Seasonal Recipe to Celebrate Spring

During spring months in Provence, it is common to find fresh white and green asparagus in local markets, and the perfect excuse to make a white asparagus gratin. In Germany, this particular season has a name: Spargelzeit. This phrase really just means “asparagus time”, but it sounds so poetic in German. …

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Classic Provencal Dish Artichokes Barigoule
Provencal RecipesSide DishTaste: Food & Drink

A Classic Provencal Dish Artichokes Barigoule

Gilles Conchy is the Provence Gourmet and he shares his version of Artichokes Barigoule. The artichokes hearts are braised in a white wine broth along with a few other vegetables for this simple dish.

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Tender Leeks Spring Markets
Barbara SchuerenbergProvencal RecipesSide DishTaste: Food & Drink

A Dish of Tender Leeks – Poireaux en Vinaigrette

This easy recipe for Provencal tender leeks in a simple vinaigrette. The markets of Provence are a bit like a food-filled treasure hunt. The produce changes with the seasons and even within the region local specialties might not be found outside a limited geography.

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Provencal Ratatouille Tastes Provence @CocoaandLavender
David Scott AllenProvencal RecipesSide DishTaste: Food & Drink

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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Lentil Spinach Stew @PerfProvence
Provencal RecipesSide DishTaste: Food & Drink

Lucky New Years Dish Lentil Spinach Stew

Originally posted on Ginger and Nutmeg this recipe is a combination of lentils, spinach and spices. An easy side dish to ring in the New Year with a touch of luck.

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