Pimm's Cup cocktail in a class with ice, slice of cucumber, on a flowered tray.

Pimm’s Cup

The iconic summer cocktail. Gin. Lemonade. Ginger ale. Citrus. Cucumber. Mint. Yes, please.

A blue and white bowl filled with melon and avocado salad with a bowl of pita beside it.

Melon and Avocado Salad

A combination of taste and textures that seems unconventional yet tastes so intuitive you’ll wonder why you haven’t tried it before.

A white plate filled with tomato and feta salad with small bowls of freshly ground pepper, and olive oil and balsamic vinegar on the side.

Tomato and Feta Salad

A cleverly engineered salad made with everyday ingredients in a slightly unconventional fashion. No PhD required.

Two glasses of bachelor's jam liqueur with a large jar of bachelor's jam in the background.

Bachelor’s Jam

This boozy mix of in-season fruits steeped in sugar and liquor extends the season for ephemeral stone fruits. Amen to that.

Two glasses of lime soda and one glass of angostura orange.

Lime Soda

Bored by plain old water? Allow us to introduce you to your solution.

Two best gougeres on a cocktail napkin with a lipstick print on it and a glass of Champagne

Classic Gruyère Gougères

Essentially fancy-sounding blobs of pastry with grated cheese, these chichi French lovelies impress everyone yet barely take any effort.

Two fillets of lemon sole oreganata topped with a Parmigiano-Reggiano breadcrumb mixture on a baking sheet

Lemon Sole Oreganata

Dinner dilemma? Enter this delicate baked fish with crisp seasoned bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese with a white wine pan sauce that’s proven to be surprisingly popular with kids and adults alike.

Two oval gratin dishes filled with braised endive gratin topped with bubbly browned cheese and breadcrumbs

Belgian Endive Gratin

If you’ve been limiting your endive game to crudité platters and cute appetizers, prepare to be astonished.

Far Breton French Custard Cake on cake stand with a cup of tea.

Far Breton ~ French Custard Cake

Far Breton is a custardy cake similar to a clafouti gilded with rum-soaked prunes and a specialty of Brittany, France. And you know any dessert lovely enough for the French is gonna be something really quite special.

Ramekin with a parmesan souffle on a white plate, spoon, white tablecloth

Parmesan Soufflés

These elegant Parmesan soufflés are really easy to make. Honest. Seventeen minutes of effort until you have a towering creation.