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Chamonix-MontBlanc, the highest Mountain in Western Europe

Written by Author Claudia Clark. We celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary and because I am an avid animal lover–especially koalas and kangaroos, we had planned for 5 years to go to Australia. Unfortunately, because of the Coronavirus outbreak our trip had been cancelled, so we decided to travel to France, the town of Chamonix and the Mont-Blanc mountain, which is the Haute-Savoie region. Continue reading Chamonix-MontBlanc, the highest Mountain in Western Europe

French Liver Pate, fine Liverwurst, Feine Leberwurst mir Cognac Sticky post

French Liver Pâté, an exotic spread for your Guests

A great Spread for parties is this decadent French Liver Pâté! Sometimes I have a craving for Liverwurst. I have made the Pfälzer before, this one is different. French Liver Pâté is made with Chicken Liver and a shot of Cognac. Brandy or Sherry cooking wine are alternatives Instead of Creme Fraìche, cream cheese mixed with sour cream can be used for easy spreading (some … Continue reading French Liver Pâté, an exotic spread for your Guests

Crepes. French pancakes Sticky post

French Crêpes, a thin, melt in your mouth kinda pancake

On my last visit to Colmar, France, I watched a Crepe maker making these very thin delicate pancakes. I learned, they are not sweet, but instead savory. Unlike pancakes, Crêpes have a very smooth batter, mostly achieved with a hand mixer, but whisking in a bowl can do the job. Batter: Mix the flour, salt in a medium size bowl. Make a well in the … Continue reading French Crêpes, a thin, melt in your mouth kinda pancake