French Food At Home

FOOD TELEVISION – Saturdays from 13 February, 6pm

French Food At Home returns to Food TV with an all new series, celebrating everyday French food as one of the greatest cuisines of all time! Host Laura Calder invites you to share in a lifestyle that brings the magic of French into your home. The French cooking of everyday life is light-hearted, accessible, and suited to modern tastes. It’s about creating a meal using easy-to-find local ingredients and above all, it’s about slowing down and savouring the pleasures of good food, wherever you live. Join Laura as she shows you how to make cooking French food easy, from bistro desserts to savoury tarts to scrumptious sautés. Laura’s enthusiasm will inspire you to make simple and irresistible dishes like herb-crusted leg of lamb and how to get the perfect puff pastry. This series brings the pleasure of French cooking to your table and will make you fall in love with French food all over again.

Food TV – Wednesdays from 2 July, 10.00pm

Witty and charming host Laura Calder is back and ready to inspire with a new series of French Food At Home. With mouth watering recipes from decadent double-decker chocolate tarts to the Bourgeois restaurant favourite Duck a l’Orange, this series will reignite your passion for French cuisine and give you the expertise to prepare the perfect Choux Pastry Éclairs, Profiteroles and Croquembouche. From bistro desserts to savoury tarts to scrumptious sautés, Laura’s enthusiasm will see you preparing simple and irresistible dishes with the panache of a French master chef from your very own kitchen.
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French Delights: French Food At Home
Food TV – Thursday 17 May, 8.00pm

When most people think of French food, they anticipate “complicated to make,” “hard-to-find ingredients” or “too fancy.” In French Food at Home, Laura Calder shows that great French food doesn’t have to be any of that. The French cooking of everyday life is lighthearted, accessible, and suited to modern tastes. It’s about creating a meal using easy-to-find local ingredients, and above all, it’s about slowing down and savoring the pleasures of good food, wherever you live.