July 6 2015 Latest news:
The French word ‘un citron’ means ‘a lemon’ but did you know it can also be used as an informal word for ‘head’? Here are 5 ways to use the French word for ‘lemon’
3D Wines explore the famous wine country of Burgundy. ADVERTISING FEATURE
Make full use of the first cherries of the season and try our recipe for cherry clafoutis
Do you know how to say ‘a taxpayer’ or ‘marital status’ in French? Here are 19 French words and phrases you need to know to navigate the tax system in France
Enjoy a classic spring dish with this recipe for a French lamb stew – navarin printanier and find our how the dish got its name
Do you know how to say ‘meter reading’ or ‘peak hours’ in French? Here are 20 French words to help you set up your gas, electricity, water and telephone supplies in France
Try the rich and creamy oeufs en cocotte à la crème at home and discover some variations on the dish you can expect in different areas of France
Test your knowledge by pairing the English and French words for each fruit in this fun game of Pairs.
Love the thought of touring French vineyards and spending days sampling delicious French food and wines? Then check out our favourite 10 food and drink holidays across France that include among others champagne trails, river cruises and cognac tasting breaks
Do you know how to say ‘cash’ or ‘overdraft’ in French? Here are 18 words and phrases you need to know in order to be able to use the French banking system
In her monthly column, Food blogger and Paris resident Clotilde Dusoulier shows how to use the produce that we buy from French markets. This year it’s goat’s cheese in the limelight
Indulge your sweet tooth and impress your guests with our recipe for fondant au chocolat and find out how the dessert was invented
This 19 March, a celebration of Gallic gastronomy will take the form of a multi-course meal served worldwide
Test your knowledge by pairing the English and French words for each animal in this fun game of Pairs.
Pretentious, moi? If you want to sound like a wordsmith par excellence, sprinkling your casual conversation with these Gallic words is certainly de rigueur
French cuisine is famous the world over, particularly for its sweets and pastries.
We share our favourite 6 treats from food writer Mary Cadogan, accompanied by easy-to-follow recipes
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