Recipes and Posts Tagged chicken
Poule au Pot This recipe is the brainchild of Henry IV of France who, despite having 56 mistresses, was happily married to his second wife, Marie de Medici, who was addicted to eating globe artichokes for their supposed aphrodisiac qualities, and having ended religious wars and rebuilt French commerce and... moreRead more
This is a wonderful dish, based on Basque cooking, where the basic colours are red, green and white. A really tasty... moreRead More
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