Gâteau Basque - Bake from Scratch
Gâteau Basque is “cake of the house” is a flaky crust surrounding a pastry cream in this traditional dessert from the Basque region of France.
Gâteau Basque (Basque Cherry Pie Recipe) | Saveur
A signature Basque dessert, this cherry pie recipe is made by sandwiching jam or sweet pastry cream between two shortbread-like rounds.
Coq au Vin Blanc
<p>Quintessentially French, coq au vin is typically cooked with red wine, traditionally a bottle of Burgundy. Here, however, we’ve used a dry white wine instead, which results in a brighter flavor. A splash of dry sherry adds a depth of flavor. If you can’t find small button mushrooms, simply use larger ones and cut them into halves or quarters.</p>
Coq au Vin Blanc - Taste Love and Nourish
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Coq au Riesling Recipe
In this creamy take on coq au vin, the chicken is braised in dry Riesling and silky-rich crème fraîche is stirred in at the end, making it extra-decadent. Plus: More Chicken Recipes
Gateau Basque Recipe
Basque settlers first arrived in Nevada during the Gold Rush of the mid-1800s. Originally from the Pyrenees region of France, they brought with them a treasured recipe called gateau Basque, a tart that is traditionally filled with either pastry cream or black cherry jam. Martha's recipe combines the best of both worlds and calls for pastry cream and brandy-soaked cherries. She made this recipe on "Martha Bakes" episode 710.