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Gâteau de riz Grand-mère

This “grandmother” style baked rice pudding is perhaps the most popular dessert we serve at Le Pichet and Cafe Presse.  It is an extremely versatile recipe, in that is can be served with fresh fruit in season and with dried … Continue reading

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Jambon Persillé

  Special appetizer this week at Le Pichet: Jambon persillé, sa sauce gribiche et sa compote aux coings “Burgundy-style parslied ham terrine served with quince compote and egg-herb-cornichon sauce” Remember that we serve specials until they are sold out, so … Continue reading

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Oeufs Mollets

Cooking a perfect soft boiled egg, known as an “Oeufs Mollet” is a tricky affair.  You want the white to be set, but the yolk to be deliciously runny.  Runny whites or hard yolks just don’t satisfy.    In the … Continue reading

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A la Cloche des Halles

After reading my recipe post for Le Pichet and Cafe Presse favorite  “Ouefs Plat Jambon Fromage”, Seattle based photographer Bob Peterson forwarded me these photos.  Seems I am not the only one to have tried this  dish at Paris Bistro … Continue reading

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Omelettes – the Ultimate Fast Food

We always knew it but I wont’ say “I told you so”.  According to an article in the New York Times by Martha Rose Shulman, eggs are much healthier than we have previously been lead to believe.  And an omelet … Continue reading

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