With as many as 89 million visitors a year, France remains the world’s most-visited country. And if you know anything about French cuisine, it’s easy to see why. Of course, the country has much more to offer than just food. People also head to France for the beautiful architecture, the peaceful countryside, and the history and culture. But no matter the reason for your visit, you won’t be able to ignore the fact that you’re surrounded by delicious food everywhere you go. What makes French cuisine so special? In this guide, we’ll take a deep dive into the things that set French
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Making D.I.Y. flavored ice cubes is something my mom taught us to make when we were just little rascals and it’s something we taught our own kids to create as well. I remember measuring everything accurately and trying not to spill anything. I believe my childhood cooking memories is the main reason I love to cook today. Creating a recipe that is perfect causes pride that I can feel deep down in my bones if that makes sense. I’ve made flavored ice cubes, flowery ice cubes, rainbow ice cubes and just about every kind of ice cube you can imagine.
Pull up a chair friends because I’ve got an interesting pizza casserole recipe that I created that I thought would be a good fit for busy summer fun. You can make this ahead and pop it in the oven when you’re ready to use it. I generally make it on a Friday evening and Saturday when my home is as busy as the grand central station, I just pop it in the oven and voila, lunch is ready. Have you tasted Domino’s parmesan bites recently? They’re to die for. For my moc recipe, they can be made with a dash