There are few things more comforting than a bowl of Chicken Soup with Vegetables when you are sick or just feeling under the weather. This classic recipe includes a generous portion of chicken, as well as an assortment of vegetables and your choice of white wine or dry white French vermouth. Rich and filling, this easy make-ahead recipe can be reheated, so consider bringing leftovers to work the next day. If it is possible, consider making a second batch to keep stashed in the freezer the next time you're feeling sick. You'll be glad you did!
On a cold winter's night, is there anything more comforting than a bowl of homemade soup? When the temperature dips, you'll want to warm up inside and out with Julia Child's recipe for Cream of Mushroom Soup. This easy soup recipe is hearty and delicious, and uses only 11 ingredients. You'll love the earthy flavor of each spoonful of this soup! The next time you want to prepare a dish that will remind you of home, keep this easy soup recipe at your fingertips. You'll love making this classic comfort food this fall and winter! Don't forget to impress your coworkers by reheating leftovers in the office kitchen the next day.
Admit it your beloved recipes for lasagna, savory pies, and potato dishes could use a boost in the flavor department. While you could simply add more herbs or seasoning, consider giving the dishes a smoother, richer, and creamier taste and texture by making your own Bechamel Sauce. If you've always thought it would be complicated to make Bechamel Sauce, then you need to see this recipe by the famed Julia Child. The five-ingredient sauce recipe is easy to make and won't take long to prepare.
Hot summer days call for cool and refreshing salads for lunch and dinner, including this recipe for Chicken Salad. This salad is filling without leaving you feeling stuffed and also includes an assortment of herbs to achieve a taste that you're sure to love. Serve this chicken salad with some of your favorite side dishes, including sliced fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as fresh croissants. For dessert, why not make Julia Child's own recipe for Genoise Cake? You'll find that this recipe is ideal for a light lunch with friends or as a way to shake up your lunchtime routine at work.
Rather than broiling a chicken in pieces, which is easy to do but not wildly exciting, and rather than roasting it whole, which takes an ...
Ready to make a cake from scratch? Then you'll love this recipe for Genoise Cake! Light and delicious, this recipe uses only six ingredients really! and has instructions that are easy to follow. Put your favorite icing on this cake after it is cooled completely and serve each slice with fresh and in-season fruit. This cake can be served for just about any occasion, too, so consider baking it for a birthday, milestone, or other special event. You'll find Julia Child's directions regarding how to prepare the cake pan, as well as information regarding clarified butter, in the Notes section following the recipe's instructions.