Parmesan Crusted Carrot Fries Recipe
A Taste of Paris
by Lorie Fangio
4d ago
Parmesan Crusted Carrot Fries Don’t you love side dishes so taste tempting they can double as an appetizer? Look at these Parmesan Crusted Carrot Fries, so crispy and full of flavor, they are wonderful alongside chicken or served as a snack with a glass of wine. Parmesan Crusted Carrot Fries To make these delectable bites, cut carrots into matchsticks and toss with olive oil. Once coated, dust them with a combination of seasoning and parmesan cheese. Place the carrots in a single layer on a baking sheet and roast to perfection. The seasoning and parmesan mixture balances the natural sweetness ..read more
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Lemon Pound Cake Recipe
A Taste of Paris
by Lorie Fangio
2w ago
Lemon Pound Cake Recipe I love a good old-fashioned cake recipe, don’t you? I was visiting with travelers on my recent trip to Paris and confessed that I did not have a great lemon cake recipe. I have tried many times to create a recipe, but each time they sink in the center. Sinking cakes can be caused by a variety of reasons and the acid in the lemon juice does not help matters. That’s when Denise piped up and said that her Lemon Pound Cake always got rave reviews! She was kind enough to share a copy of her recipe with me. As much as I adore recipes from our mother’s generation, I did not ..read more
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Fig and Goat Cheese Palmier Recipe
A Taste of Paris
by Lorie Fangio
1M ago
Fig and Goat Cheese Palmier Recipe I’m super excited to share this mouthwatering appetizer with you today. I served Fig and Goat Cheese Palmier at my launch party in March and they were such an incredible hit, that I wanted to share the recipe with you today. To make these crisp sweet and savory treats, begin with puff pastry. Roll the puff pastry out using a rolling pin to eliminate any creases in the dough and to form a rectangle. Next, spread fig jam or butter all over the puff pastry rectangle in a thin layer. I got mine at Trader Joe’s. Sprinkle on the goat cheese. Blue cheese is als ..read more
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A New Chapter for A Taste of Paris
A Taste of Paris
by Lorie Fangio
1M ago
On March 14th, I hosted a Launch party to celebrate a New Chapter at A Taste of Paris. Of course, as subscribers, you were all invited to join the fun. And what fun we had!! It’s hard to believe that 3 weeks have passed. It’s been an absolute whirlwind at my desk! I can’t wait to tell you all about the festivities and what has been happening since. What were we celebrating? The launch of my brand-new website that was many months in the making. It’s like a grown-up version of what I had before, click over to see the new digs. I’m especially proud of the Trip Gallery Photos, all those smiling ..read more
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Tomato Basil Soup Recipe
A Taste of Paris
by Lorie Fangio
2M ago
Tomato Basil Soup Recipe It seems that spring came a bit earlier than I expected, what about you? I love making soups and for me, something light and easy like Tomato Basil Soup is the ideal choice for dinner anytime, as long as the outside temperatures don’t reach the 100-degree mark! The best way to eat this satisfying soup with a chunk of fresh bread and butter, with a side salad or of course the quintessential favorite, grilled cheese. Humm that gives me an idea for a future post-3 Cheese Grilled Cheese, now, that’s a family favorite for sure! I categorize Tomato Basil Soup as a Go-To re ..read more
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Chocolate Coffee Cake Recipe
A Taste of Paris
by Lorie Fangio
3M ago
Friends, there is just something about chocolate cake for me. I can say no to ice cream, fruit, and creamy desserts all day long but a good, dense, moist chocolate cake, well it’s my kryptonite. Last week was Valentine’s Day, so I took the opportunity to create a Chocolate Coffee Cake to take and share with my bible study friends. The reviews were pretty great so I wanted to share this bad boy with you, even though Valentine’s Day and the official chocolate season are behind us. Another point I should be super real about, there is no chocolate season for me, I believe in eating chocolate ev ..read more
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Dinner Parties Are Back!
A Taste of Paris
by Lorie Fangio
3M ago
Have you heard? The dinner party is back! I happen to adore this time-honored tradition, this nod to Western civilization passed down through the generations. A chance to bring a mix of old and new friends together for an evening of breaking bread and conversation. Dare I say it? In my opinion, dinner parties are less about what you serve and more about the atmosphere. Creating an environment that will put people at ease and lets them know they’re in for a special evening is my top priority. Dinner parties are so classic and cool. I always harness an early 1960s vibe when I think about hostin ..read more
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Shortbread Black and White Heart Cookies
A Taste of Paris
by Lorie Fangio
3M ago
Shortbread Black and White Heart Cookies have been a favorite of mine for many years. When I looked back, I could not believe I’d never shared this classic recipe from my kitchen. I absolutely adore these cookies. They are buttery and soft with a cracked sugar glaze that balances the salty cookie, add a layer of dark chocolate, and well I am in heaven! The dough is simple to make and yields about 12-16 cookies depending on the size of your cookie cutter. If you don’t already have an assortment of heart cookie cutters, click here. Once the dough is mixed, place it into a zip-top bag. Use a ro ..read more
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Sautéed Mediterranean Whitefish Recipe
A Taste of Paris
by Lorie Fangio
3M ago
What are some of your favorite January dishes? I’d love to know in the comments below! As promised for the next few posts I’ll be sharing how we “clean up our act” in January. In theory, this is an easy task because, if you’re like me, you’ve been indulging non-stop for weeks on end and it feels like time for the madness to end. And then the hunger and cravings begin… I’ve learned that the best way to combat this phenomenon is to cook dishes that are filled with color, and natural flavor and have at least one element that is a bit more indulgent like my Walnut Crusted Chicken. I was standing ..read more
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Holiday Appetizers Crab Dip
A Taste of Paris
by Lorie Fangio
3M ago
It’s been a fun few weeks of posting some of the best appetizers from this year’s cooking season. I’ve posted Cranberry Pecan Gouda Truffles, Beef Stuffed Cocktail Peppers, Mediterranean Hummus, and now for my final fourth mouthwatering appetizer, Crab dip! This sensational appetizer will delight your friends and family with creamy goodness. But before we dive into this one, I have one last party planning tip. When you create your party menu, always consider variety. For example, if all of your appetizers are made of cheese, something I could easily do because no one loves cheese more than me ..read more
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