Top Rated Bastille Day Recipes

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Carrie Vasios
Rich dark chocolate custard baked in ramekins. Check out other recipes from Serious Entertaining: Bastille Day » Adapted from Balthazar by Keith McNally, Riad Nasr, and Lee Hanson.
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Carrie Vasios
This creamy quiche has a ton of red pepper and a crust of salty Gruyère cheese. Check out other recipes from Serious Entertaining: Bastille Day » Quiche crust adapted from Dorie Greenspan.
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Carrie Vasios
This creamy quiche has a ton of red pepper and a crust of salty Gruyère cheese. Check out other recipes from Serious Entertaining: Bastille Day » Quiche crust adapted from Dorie Greenspan.
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Sharon123
I bought a few fingerling potatoes, threw them in a dirt pile in the yard and now have a bix box of fresh fingerling potatoes! Here's a recipe to use them. Adapted from Cooking Live: Bastille Day Cook Along
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Carrie Vasios
Green beans in a mustard caper vinaigrette. Check out other recipes from Serious Entertaining: Bastille Day »
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eCuisine.org
Ingredients1.00 large Clove garlic, minced1.00 tablespoon Fresh rosemary, minced1.00 tablespoon Olive oil2.00 teaspoon White wine vinegar2.00 teaspoon Dijon mustard0.50 teaspoon Salt1.50 lb Leg of lamb* Freshly ground black pepperPreparing: *Brought ...
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eCuisine.org
Ingredients8.00 oz Orzo pasta1.00 cup Fresh basil leaves1.00 teaspoon Fresh thyme1.50 oz Aged dry goat cheese OR1.00 large Clove garlic0.33 cup Extra-virgin olive oil0.25 teaspoon Salt1.00 cup Small cherry tomatoes halved2.00 oz Fresh goat cheese, ...
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Kerry Saretsky
Today is Bastille Day, a veritable fête. On this day in 1789, brave French people stormed the Bastille prison, an uprising that contributed to the fall of the French monarchy and the establishment of the republic that France is today. It's a very proud day, hoisted up by the triumvirate of ideologies that is still so powerful in France: liberty, equality, and brotherhood, symbolized by the blue, white, and red of the French flag. In the States, I always toast La France with an early evening pétanque game on the beach and a twilit grill or picnic. If I'm lucky enough to be in France—something worth celebrating on its own—it's down to the fireworks show. This sweet, simple dessert is only appropriate in the heyday of summer and its sweet, plump berries, coinciding just perfectly with Le Quatorze. The white of the meringue (store bought, of course—this is French in a flash) and French vanilla whipped cream stand for egalité, the blueberries for liberté, and the raspberries and currants for fraternité. A fun, jaunty little tribute to Le Tricolore on this great summer holiday. About the author: Kerry Saretsky is the creator of French Revolution Food, where she reinvents her family's classic French recipes in a fresh, chic, modern way.
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Susan Herrmann Loomis
This recipe can be multiplied indefinitely.
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