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Totally Authentic French Onion Soup - No matter what French people say.

Totally authentic, as long as you ignore what many French people say about the base, that is. The majority of French (and other) chefs will gasp a collective “Mon Dieu” and insist on “de bouillon de bœuf”. 815 more words


French Onion Soup or La Soupe à L'oignon Gratinée

Onion soups have been popular since Roman times, although the modern version of this soup originated in 18th century France. Legend says that the first French onion soup was cooked by King Louis the XV of France, when all that could be found in his pantry was butter, onions and champagne. 392 more words


French Onion Soup

This French Onion Soup is so much more than just soggy bread and cheese.  The depth of the rich flavours set your taste buds on fire with each bite.   520 more words


French Onion Soup

Recently, I made a big pot of stock (or bone broth as it’s more fashionably known these days) using a chicken carcass, carrots, celery, onions and cider vinegar. 253 more words


Macleay Street bistro 

« On ne voit bien que avec le coeur »

This is a bit of a sentimental one…

How can you possibly feel unloved when to say hello is to be kissed not once but twice.

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Our family has been in a bit of a steak-feeding frenzy since it’s my guys’ favorite and our grocery stores have been rather generous. Shoot, it doesn’t seem that long ago $7.99 a pound made me cringe. 269 more words


Easy French Onion Soup Recipe - my way

Ze french oignon sup! Ok French Onion soup was on the menu today:

2 large onions finely sliced and then cooked on a medium heat with 3 Tablespoons of olive oil – sweat the onions out until they look transparent (can take a while and my first attempt took 3 hours!!! 121 more words