Martha Stewart

French Culinary Classics You Can Easily Make at Home

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MEET THE MACARON

Pastry crazes may come and go, but the macaron's appeal is timeless. This Parisian import seduces through playful elegance; and based on its reception, nothing is lost in translation.

Macarons? Just Say "Oui"

MACARON 101

Making the French almond meringue cookies called macarons at home requires precision, but once you master the technique -- which our step-by-step guide will help with -- it's not difficult, and there are endless flavors to enjoy.

Starting From Scratch

BON APPETIT

You won't have to spend a lot of euros to enjoy the best that French cuisine has to offer -- in fact, you can make them from the comfort of your own kitchen. With eight luxurious dinners, including Coq au Vin chicken and delicious fall-of-the-bone Cassoulet D'Artagnan duck, your family will thank you with a "merci beaucoup!"

8 of Our Finest French Meals

AUTHENTIC FRENCH FLAVORS

Just a spoonful of one of these robust, savory sauces is enough to elevate your grilled seafood or simple salad into a mouthwatering meal. These six classics are mainstays of French country cooking for a reason: They're uncomplicated, versatile, and packed with flavor.

A Spoonful of French Flavor

FRUIT OF THE VINE

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