Bring French food magic to your home kitchen without slaving over the stove for hours!
You love the idea of creating fun & delicious meals in your kitchen… but the time and planning required are exhausting. So after work, you reach for take-out and convenience foods again.
You feel that sure, going to restaurants is fun, but it’d be great if you could produce that level of YUM at home too!
And when you DO manage to whip up something at home, it’s from the same tired recipes on repeat.
So let’s mix it up with incredible new ingredients — but where to find them and know how to choose the right ones?
From Twinkies to Gourmet Food Judge
Hi, I’m Nancy, and I’d like to bring French food magic to your home kitchen.
I grew up on the typical American diet of a kid with working parents who had no time to cook: Pop-tarts, frozen T.V. dinners, and Twinkies.
When I came to France years ago, I developed an interest in fine food by taking weekend and evening classes at cooking schools. I discovered that if you use great ingredients, you don’t have to do much with them to have a delicious and healthy meal, full of good flavors.
So I hunt down the best artisanal food products in France and show you how to use them to up-level your meals and enjoy cooking at home.
I’ve been doing this for years to improve the taste, quality, and variety of the meals I prepare for my own family. It’s spared me from just settling for the average, processed foods sold in supermarkets.
If you begin cooking and preparing your meals this way it will really change your life for the better. It did mine.
You’ll no longer settle for eating food from a box or bag. And you won’t feel you have to go out to eat for a great meal.
You’ll be able to put together a simple, delicious meal at home that is restaurant quality. Added benefit: you’ll know that the food you’re preparing for you and your family has healthy, quality ingredients, made with care.
Today, I am an amateur judge of gourmet artisanal products for the “Concours General Agricole.” This competition started in 1862 and takes place each year in Paris during France’s National Agricultural Fair.
I’ve come a long way from the little girl who thought a “mayonnaise sandwich” was a treat!
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